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24th Nov '16 8:18:31 PM DustSnitch
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A major character has some sort of {{catchphrase}} or other profound statement which defines his/her character. A Flashback to Catchphrase is a {{flashback}} which takes place before the series chronology (or at least before this major character was introduced) which shows the moment in which the phrase came into ''their'' vernacular.

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A major character has some sort of {{catchphrase}} or other profound statement which defines his/her character. A Flashback "Flashback to Catchphrase Catchphrase" is a {{flashback}} which takes place before the series chronology (or at least before this major character was introduced) which shows the moment in which the phrase came into ''their'' vernacular.
24th Nov '16 8:18:19 PM DustSnitch
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A major character has some sort of {{catchphrase}} or other profound statement which defines his/her character. A FlashbackToCatchphrase is a {{flashback}} which takes place before the series chronology (or at least before this major character was introduced) which shows the moment in which the phrase came into ''their'' vernacular.

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A major character has some sort of {{catchphrase}} or other profound statement which defines his/her character. A FlashbackToCatchphrase Flashback to Catchphrase is a {{flashback}} which takes place before the series chronology (or at least before this major character was introduced) which shows the moment in which the phrase came into ''their'' vernacular.
27th Oct '16 9:54:35 AM Plactus
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* The ''Series/BurnNotice'' prequel ''Film/TheFallOfSamAxe'' features the first time Sam used his GoToAlias of Chuck Finley, this time as a LineOfSightName from seeing the pitcher on the cover of a sports magazine.
6th Aug '16 6:05:10 PM damus2300
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* Subverted in ''Manga/BlackJack'' where Pinoko's origin episode still doesn't explain her CharacterTic of putting her hands to her cheeks and saying "Oh no!", which shocked Jack the first time. Apparently she just did it one day for no reason.
6th Aug '16 5:34:55 PM damus2300
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* One Halloween episode of ''Series/That70sShow'' has a flashback to the day Red first uttered his catchphrase:

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* One Halloween episode of ''Series/That70sShow'' has a flashback to the day Red first uttered his catchphrase:catchphrase because he doesn't want to hang out with their then new neighbor Bob:


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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' has a tragic example (obviously) with [[spoiler: Hodor whom Bran accidentally mind raped when he traveled to the past]].
7th Jul '16 7:44:10 PM anza_sb
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7th Jul '16 7:43:17 PM anza_sb
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* Tyler the Cute Biker from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has the catchphrase "Get 'im, get 'im!", commonly used to cheer on people during a fight. Then in "A Tale of Two Stans", we see Tyler as an infant in a stroller being pushed past the building which would become the Mystery Shack. As bright lights and loud noises flash from the building, his mother pushed him away while shouting "Get out, get out!"
16th Jun '16 8:35:16 PM nombretomado
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* One Halloween episode of ''That70sShow'' has a flashback to the day Red first uttered his catchphrase:

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* One Halloween episode of ''That70sShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' has a flashback to the day Red first uttered his catchphrase:
3rd Nov '15 10:16:52 PM CountDorku
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* The Literature/HorusHeresy novels introduce, at various points, the phrases "Let the galaxy burn," "The Emperor protects," and "Death to the False Emperor!" - all of which are still in use ten thousand years later.
24th Oct '15 6:20:22 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheClevelandShow'' episode "Mama Drama" showed a flashback of Donna and [[{{Crossdresser}} Auntie Mama]] showing that Donna was amused when the latter accidentally farted, saying she can be as "outrageous" as she/he wants, which led to Auntie Mama's constant farting and the phrase "I'm outrageous!".

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* ''TheClevelandShow'' ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'' episode "Mama Drama" showed a flashback of Donna and [[{{Crossdresser}} Auntie Mama]] showing that Donna was amused when the latter accidentally farted, saying she can be as "outrageous" as she/he wants, which led to Auntie Mama's constant farting and the phrase "I'm outrageous!".
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