History Memes / LiveActionTV

29th May '16 9:13:45 PM Josef5678
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** I LOVE EVERYONE IN THIS BAR! [[labelnote:explanation]]Ted shouts this to an appreciative crowd in McLaren's Bar while drunkenly performing for them. A common reaction gif, the proper response is "We love you too, Drunk!Ted!"[[/labelnote]]

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** I LOVE EVERYONE IN THIS BAR! [[labelnote:explanation]]Ted shouts this to an appreciative crowd in McLaren's [=McLaren=]'s Bar while drunkenly performing for them. A common reaction gif, the proper response is "We love you too, Drunk!Ted!"[[/labelnote]]
23rd May '16 9:20:16 PM MagnusForce
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* ''Franchise/TheLoneRanger'': "What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?" [[labelnote:Explanation]] A popular joke, suggesting that Tonto would inevitably [[TheDogBitesBack get sick of taking orders from the Ranger]] and [[EtTuBrute turn against him]] if they were ever surrounded by hostile Indians--leading to the exchange "Looks like we're done for!"/"What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?". It's used to poke fun at the popular perception of Tonto as the Ranger's put-upon servant, but it's well-known enough that certain jokesters often tack "kemosabe" onto the phrase "What do you mean ''we''?" for humor's sake. Note that the writers of the actual show ''never'' had Tonto and the Ranger fighting Indian baddies, likely to avoid accusations of racism; the implication is that [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Tonto would have joined them in a heartbeat]] if he had ever met them.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''Franchise/TheLoneRanger'': "What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?" [[labelnote:Explanation]] A popular joke, suggesting that Tonto would inevitably [[TheDogBitesBack get sick of taking orders from the Ranger]] and [[EtTuBrute turn against him]] if they were ever surrounded by hostile Indians--leading to the exchange "Looks like we're done for!"/"What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?". It's used to poke fun at the popular perception of Tonto as the Ranger's put-upon servant, but it's well-known enough that certain jokesters often tack "kemosabe" onto the phrase "What do you mean ''we''?" for humor's sake. Note that the writers of the actual show ''never'' had Tonto and the Ranger fighting Indian baddies, likely to avoid accusations of racism; the implication is that [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Tonto would have joined them in a heartbeat]] if he had ever met them.[[/labelnote]]
* ''Franchise/UltraSeries''
** Shuwatch! [[labelnote:Explanation]] Series/{{Ultraman}}'s iconic cry when taking off to the sky after defeating the MonsterOfTheWeek in written form.[[/labelnote]]
** VO VO VO VO VO [[labelnote:Explanation]] The written form of Alien Baltan's iconic EvilLaugh.
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19th May '16 4:04:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMightyBoosh'':

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* ''TheMightyBoosh'':''Series/TheMightyBoosh'':
21st Apr '16 6:09:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''FatherTed'':

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* ''FatherTed'': ''Series/FatherTed'':
13th Apr '16 8:01:09 PM F1Krazy
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* ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'':
** "You're my favourite." [[labelnote:Explanation]]Said by Bruce Forsyth at least once a series, often to an EnsembleDarkHorse or JokeCharacter, and sometimes to multiple different contestants in the same series.[[/labelnote]]
** "Se''veeeeeen!'' [[labelnote:Explanation]]Head judge Len Goodman's highly distinctive manner of announcing a score of 7/10. Quickly became an AscendedMeme with Len now saying the number in that manner no matter what the context.[[/labelnote]]
** "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis Fab! U! LOUS!"]] [[labelnote:Explanation]][[MeanBrit Craig Revel-Horwood]]'s stock exclamation whenever a contestant's performance really impresses him.[[/labelnote]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urb0dpHJX2w John Sergeant's paso doble]]. [[labelnote:Explanation]]It could have been just another terrible dance, but what elevated it to memetic status was a sequence in which he dragged partner Kristina Rihanoff across the dance floor while marching, with a ridiculously stern look on his face. It became one of the show's most memorable dances, and the resulting NarmCharm propelled Sergeant to fan-favourite status. [[LethalJokeCharacter He made it all the way to Week]] ''[[LethalJokeCharacter 10]]'' before withdrawing, out of a genuine fear that he might actually ''win'' the thing, and every series since then has, for better or worse, included at least one (usually elderly) JokeCharacter who manages to get much further than they should because their dancing is just SoBadItsGood.[[/labelnote]]
21st Mar '16 9:00:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TwinPeaks'':

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* ''TwinPeaks'':''Series/TwinPeaks'':
9th Mar '16 1:14:01 PM Hossmeister
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* ''NeverMindTheBuzzcocks'' :

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* ''NeverMindTheBuzzcocks'' ''Series/NevermindTheBuzzcocks'' :
9th Mar '16 1:10:17 PM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 12:52:36 PM Hossmeister
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* ''MorkAndMindy'':

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* ''MorkAndMindy'':''Series/MorkAndMindy'':
2nd Mar '16 2:07:30 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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* ''Franchise/TheLoneRanger'': "What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?" [[labelnote:Explanation]] A popular joke, suggesting that Tonto would inevitably [[TheDogBitesBack get sick of taking orders from the Ranger]] and [[EtTuBrute turn against him]] if they were ever surrounded by hostile Indians--leading to the exchange "Looks like we're done for!"/"What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?". It's used to poke fun at the popular perception of Tonto as the Ranger's put-upon servant, but it's well-known enough that certain jokesters often tack "kemosabe" onto the phrase "What do you mean ''we''?" for humor's sake. Not that the writers of the actually show ''never'' had Tonto and the Ranger fighting Indian baddies, likely to avoid accusations of racism; the implication is that [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Tonto would have joined them in a heartbeat]] if he had ever met them.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''Franchise/TheLoneRanger'': "What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?" [[labelnote:Explanation]] A popular joke, suggesting that Tonto would inevitably [[TheDogBitesBack get sick of taking orders from the Ranger]] and [[EtTuBrute turn against him]] if they were ever surrounded by hostile Indians--leading to the exchange "Looks like we're done for!"/"What do you mean ''we'', kemosabe?". It's used to poke fun at the popular perception of Tonto as the Ranger's put-upon servant, but it's well-known enough that certain jokesters often tack "kemosabe" onto the phrase "What do you mean ''we''?" for humor's sake. Not Note that the writers of the actually actual show ''never'' had Tonto and the Ranger fighting Indian baddies, likely to avoid accusations of racism; the implication is that [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Tonto would have joined them in a heartbeat]] if he had ever met them.[[/labelnote]]
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