Cartoon Catch Phrases. Wacky, fun, and often inescapable if there are any impressionable children around.
Due to the sizable nature of the page, and the fact that it will keep growing, please try to keep them in alphabetical order by series on this page so it doesn't delve into chaos.
If the phrase has become popular due to the audience repeating it, and not the characters in the show, it belongs in Memetic Mutation.
Adventure Time: "Algebraic!" "Mathematical!" "What time is it?" "ADVENTURE TIME!" (And sometimes some other "___ TIME".)
"Are you pondering what I'm pondering, Pinky?" He usually wasn't.
The Mindy and Buttons shorts have "Silly puppy" and "Okay, I love you, buh-bye!"
One episode revolving around Wakko's unsuccessful attempt to create a new "gookie" (a funny face) ends with Yakko trying to think of a new catch phrase. "Yessir Bobboreenie-o" is among the unworthy attempts.
Celebrity Deathmatch has "Good fight, good night" for Johnny Gomez at the end of every show. Meanwhile, Mills Lane's catchphrase in regards to just about any moral or ethical quandry in the midst of a match, is "I'll allow it!"
Gadget Hackwrench, in addition to "Golly!" has two: "Should" and "No problems", to which the others almost always respond with by immediately seeking shelter.
Fans combined the two into "Should work with no problems", which actually works at least as well as the original phrases, especially in text.
Pingu has a catchphrase when he's excited, angry, or just wants attention: "Noot Noot!"
There was an episode of Chowder that was actually called "The Catchphrase", where a celebrity chef takes Marzipan City by storm with his catchphrase "Wazzam!", and wins the admiration of Chowder from Mung Daal. After Mung realizes that everybody has a catch phrase, he comes up with one of his own, and challenges Chef Halond Daze to a cooking match. However, Mung is no match for Halond Daze's catch phrase, and he makes Mung spill his dish.
However, according to Chowder, everybody has a catchphrase, excluding Mung Daal which is false because his catchphrase is "Ladies..." It has been used in several episodes of Chowder.
Also, in one of the first trailers for Chowder and in the pilot, his catchphrase seemed to be "Sweet beans in a basket!"
The episode also highlights everyone else's catchphrases used in the series:
Truffles- "What's all the yelling going on here?!" and from off-episode: "Honey, we got an order!"
Danger Mouse had "Good grief!" and "Penfold...shush!" Penfold had "Oh, 'eck!" and "Crumbs!" Some season five episodes presented Baron Greenback with "You're not laughing, Stiletto. Why aren't you laughing?"
DuckTales: Fenton Crackshell had "Blabbering Blatherskite". By sheer coincidence, "Blatherskite" is the word Gyro chose to activate the Gizmoduck armor, which is how Fenton ended up becoming Gizmoduck.
"Whose leg do I have to hump to get a dry martini around here?"
"Giggity Giggity Goo! Oh, alright!"
"Chris, that's a terrible word."
"Oh no!" "I know!"
Parodied in the episode where Peter loses his memory.
Lois: Peter that's not your catchphrase.
Fillmore!: Fillmore has "Disco" when something goes right and "Dog." when something goes wrong. Ingrid has "Crackers" and "Photographic memory." Commissioner Vallejo has "FILLMORE!" Sometimes episode-specific villains will get their own, such as inexplicably British black kid Carter's "I say!" in "A Cold Day At X".
Fireman Sam has quite a few including Sam's catchphrase "Great fires of London!" Elvis's "Great balls of fire!" , Bella's "Mama mia!", Dilys's line "NOR-MAN!" which is followed by Norman's moan of "Oh mam!" (when Norman would normally say mum, he would say mam.) , Basil Steele has two..."Who needs the fire service?" and "Action stations men!".
Fish Hooks: (Usually spoken by Bea) "Details, details, doodley-doooo!"
This trope was parodied in "Challenge of the Super Friends," when Mac becomes sidekick to a Super Hero imaginary-friend. He draws up a long list of potential Catch Phrases: After "Holy Haberdashery" gets shot down, he tries every single lame one on the list at various crime-fighting incidents in a quick-cut montage.
Frisky Dingo: Boosh! Ka Kow! Snip Snap. We were supposed to get pickles. Bluetube. Cat Party. Harrumph. Jengo. CODY! I don't actually have one. I love Chinatown. (Jaguar Roar).
The Professor: "Good news, everyone!" (which is frequently subverted or altered), "Oh, my!" and "Sweet zombie Jesus!"
Bender: "Bite my shiny metal ass!", "we're boned", "meatbag/meatsack", "Me, Bender", "I'm back, baby!", "fun on the bun!" "Hot diggity daffodil!"; The first being lampshaded in the episodes "War is the H-Word" and "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV" and is often altered, while the latter was created in the "War is the H-Word" episode to subvert the vulgar nature of most of his catchphrases.
Also lampshaded in "Overclockwise", where Cubert cleans out terabytes of outdated catchphrases so he can overclock Bender. Bender responds to this with "It's gonna be fun on the bun!", a phrase he only said once before this episode, which is promptly deleted.
Amy: "Spluh!" (or any one of many variations on the word 'Duh'). Her identical scream every time she slips and falls could be considered a catchphrase too.
Hermes: "Sweet [something] of [someplace]!" Also references to green snakes and sugarcane.
By the sixth season, he has added "My Manwich!" to his repertoire via Ascended Meme.
And, of course, Kiff's trademark sigh.
Lampshaded in one of the movies by Zapp Brannigan "And for once, spare me your exasperated sigh!"
"I am Lrr! RULER OF THE PLANET OMICRON PERSEI 8!"
"I'm Scruffy... the janitor." It's a Crowning Moment of Funny when Leela doesn't know who he is when she sees him during the fourth movie and she has to wait for him to introduce himself with his catch phrase.
Various characters in Gargoyles have been known to say, "Jalapeña!" when astonished or overwhelmed.
Other catch phrases included "What sorcery is this?" and "You'll have to do better than that!"
The original George of the Jungle featured Tom Slick's "There's no such word as [negative word] in [vehicle of the day] racing, Marigold!". Super Chicken would tell his anxious sidekick Fred "You knew the job was dangerous when you took it!" and "No time to explain, Fred" when he needed to change the subject. George himself, apart from his Tarzan yell, was maybe too dense to retain a catch phrase.
"Watch out for that tree!"
Goof Troop, in addition to keeping most of Goofy's above, has these:
Pete ends many of his sentences with "See?" He also manages to make bellowing his son's name—PJ!—into a Catch Phrase, which hints at his methods of parenting.note PJ is generally well-behaved and Pete uses the same angry tone regardless of whether or not PJ is actually in trouble (yet). If PJ is onscreen when the line is delivered, it is usually accompanied by him flinching.
Uncle: His magic incantation, "Yu mo gui gwai fai di zao" which means "Evil demons and malevolent spirits, be gone!" in Cantonese. His other catchphrases include "Magic must defeat magic!", "Do not question Uncle!", "Hot-cha!", "Aiiee-yaaaahh!", "We must do reeea-search!", "Come Closer To Uncle", "Do not rush the Chi!", "You want a piece of Uncle?", and his most commonly used saying, "One more thing!"
Jackie: "Bad day! Bad day! Bad day!", "Talk later!", "I'm sorry, I'll bring it back later, thank you!" (this line has also been used by Uncle and Jade) and "That's crazy, Jade! You're crazy!" When he is in shock or dumbfounded, he makes a strange but quiet whooping sound ("Bwaaah!") similar to Hank Hill of King of the Hill.
Jem: Kimber Benton became well-known because of her yell of "totally outrageous". She's not alone — Jerrica uses two Catch Phrases to activate Synergy's holograms ("Showtime, Synergy" and "Show's over, Synergy")
The Jetsons: Mr. Spacely was often heard saying "JETSON, YOU'RE FIRED!"
Hank: Dang It!, What in the Hell?, Bwahhh!, I'll Tell You What, I'm Going to Kick Your Ass!, That Boy Ain't Right!, I Sell Propane and Propane Accessories, Dangit Bobby!, and Damnit/Shut up (usually Bill or Dale).
Peggy: Hooyah!, (imitating Fat Albert) Hey!, Hey!, Hey!, and (after thinking of something she thinks is clever) Oh Peggy
Dale: Shi-shi-sha!, S'go, s'go (combining let's go), Have You Ever Tried (fill in the blank) Geh! (when frightened), Ah Ha! (when thinking of an idea), and Wingo! (after accomplishing something)
Boomhauer: This is more of a verbal tic he tends to say stuff like "Dang ol'", "Yo", and "Man" a lot in his sentences
(after seeing through Bugs' disguises) "Hey you're that scwewy wabbit!"
"That's, I say, thats a joke, son!" (This Catch Phrase was one of many character traits borrowed from "Senator Claghorn," a character on Fred Allen's radio show played by Kenny Delmar.), " (when addressing someone) I say, I say boy", and "Now Pay Attention Son"
"I'm a chicken hawk. I'm after chicken."
"Are you gonna come quietly or do I hafta muss ya up?
Phoebe: "At my old school, we never _____..." In one episode, when they visited her old school, one of the kids pointed out this fact after she delivered this line. When the parents visit, her father says "At Phoebe's old school, we never had field trips."
"What'rewegonnadoWhat'rewegonnadoWhat'rewegonnadooo?" or "WhatamIgonnadoWhatamIgonnadoWhatamIgonnadooo?" Used in times of distress.
The above is often followed by one of the other kids (usually Phoebe) asking "Wanda, what are we going to do?" and was borrowed by a town council member in "Gets Swamped" when the council, the class and Janet fled to the roof because of a flash flood which prompted Wanda (who was standing next to him) to say "Funny; I was just thinking the same thing."
"Come on, you weaselly wimps!" Charging boldly into the situation at hand...
Keesha: "Oh, bad! Oh, bad! Oh, bad, bad, bad!"
Also, "Let's get the facts. [Sums up the situation.]"
Ralphie: "Is it just me, or ______?"
Arnold: "I knew I should have stayed home today..."
Janet: "Prove it!"
Dorothy Ann: "According to my research, _____." In one episode, she was stopped because there wasn't time for research, only time to...
Ms. Frizzle: "Take chances, make mistakes, and get messy!" Occasionally, another adjective is substituted for "messy".
Also, "As I always say, '____'." She would sometimes say it was a quote of some other person, usually a relative.
Carlos didn't have a catchphrase, so he was a Phrase Catcher instead: "CARLOS!" was exclaimed by everyone else in unison after he delivers one of his horrible puns. (In the parents episode, "MR. RAMON!" is used instead, due to sharing his son's habit)
Tim would often tell someone "We've been Frizzled." He also used variations like "He/she/[insert character's name here] has been Frizzled."
Maryoku Yummy's catch phrase is "Wishy Wish,Wishy Woo, Another wish is coming true!"
Mighty Mouse: "Here I come to save the day!" The 1966 follow up series, Ralph Bakshi's The Mighty Heroes had "Yahoo!" (Strongman), "Whee!" (Tornadoman), "Gung Ho!" (Ropeman), "Cuckoo! Cuckoo!" (Cuckooman), and "Up and away!" (Diaperman).
In the ludicrous Mister T, each character had one. "Take it from me, Mr. T." and of course "I pity the fool!" for Mr T, Ms. Bisby has "Oh my stars and garters!", Robin has "What the hairy heck?" and Jeff has "My eagle eyes even amaze me!"
The Mr. Men Show: Every character has their own Catch Phrase. For example, Mr. Grumpy's is "Crooked Cucumbers!"
My Little Pony: The G3 Rainbow Dash used "Darling" all the time, to refer to everyone. It works since she gives off the aura of being older and more mature than other ponies. Later her catchphrase was changed to "How dashing".
G3 ponies almost all had them. An incomplete list:
Razzaroo: Yes, yes, yes! (or No, no, no!)
Pinkie Pie: How positively [ink! (Sometimes, with a suffix that doesn't really work; something can be pink-eriffic, for example. Naturally, "Positively Pink" was once an episode title. And a song.)
Skywishes: Oh, you know what I mean!
Rarity: Let's do it again!
Lily Lightly: Shine on.
Star Catcher: Consider it done.
Also, though not quite a phrase, Mayor Flitter Flutter would often use three synonyms to end a sentences, declaration, statement, and Thistle Whistle couldn't talk without inserting birdlike whistling sounds.
The Brain is also fond of exclaiming "YES!" at any given opportunity.
After the Brain has finished explaining his latest scheme, Pinky will often respond, "Egad, Brain, brilliant! Oh... wait... no..." Followed by some objection (e.g. "Won't that cost a whole lot of money?")
"I yam what I yam", "Ug-ug-ug-ug-ug", "Well blow me down!" "I'm strong to the finnich cause I eat me spinach, I'm Popeye the Sailor Man! Toot, too!" and "Blow me down!"
(Opening shot: the city skyline in the afternoon.)
Narrator: The city of Townsville! (Shot of the exterior of Townsville Hall.) The setting of Townsville! (Shot of a couch in the Mayor's office.) The settee of Townsville! (The Mayor walks into view, hops onto the couch, and pulls out a compact disc.) The CD of Townsville! (Close-up of a record player turntable. The disc is set on this, and the needle is lowered. Pull back to show the player as an old victrola, the needle screeching and squeaking against the plastic. Pull back across the office; the Mayor snaps his fingers to the "beat.") The pity of Townsville! (Ms. Bellum steps into view, her back to the camera; cut to in front of her, at the office door, and tilt up from her feet. She has one hand on her hip.) The pretty of Townsville!
(The city skyline.)
Narrator: The city of Townsville! (Pull back to bring the subdivision into view.) Pokey Oaks County! A sleepy suburb of the city of Townsville. (Pull back again to bring Pokey Oaks Kindergarten into view.) Pokey Oaks Kindergarten! A school in Pokey Oaks County, a sleepy suburb of the city of Townsville. (Zoom in and dissolve quickly to Ms. Keane in the classroom.) Ms. Keane! The teacher of Pokey Oaks Kindergarten, a school in the sleepy suburbs of? (She glares at the camera.) I'm...oh, I'm sorry.
Quick Draw McGraw had "I'll do the thinnin' around here, and dooooooon't you forget it!", usually after Baba Looey says something that starts with "I theen" (his broken version of "I think").
ReBoot: Bob is infamous for making catchphrases out of several things he says, and the series even has a Running Gag of other characters using some of his more common ones.
Enzo's a repeat offender as well (Alphanumeric!)
"Stay Frosty" starts off as one of Bob's catchphrases. AndrAIa starts using it after Bob is shot into the Web and the following Plot-Relevant Age-Up for her and Matrix happens five episodes later.
Enzo's "Alphanumeric!" got lampshaded in season 4. When Little Enzo says it in front of Matrix, Matrix is embarrassed that he used to say it all the time. As an adult he only used it sarcastically, and rarely.
Another one that starts off as Bob's and then spreads to most of the cast is "This is bad. This is very bad.". At one point, it gets Lampshaded:
Rugrats: Chuckie's frequent "I dont think (insert action here) is such a good idea."
"Scooby-Dooby-Doo!" (Scooby), "Zoinks!" (Shaggy), "Jinkies!" (Velma) and "Jeepers!" (Daphne) in Scooby-Doo.
In the Scooby Doo and the Samurai Sword movie, while facing a serious danger, the four of them utter their respective catchphrases - and Fred sulks because he doesn't have one of his own... Okay, technically, he DOES have TWO - "Let's split up, gang!" and "We have a mystery to solve!" - but they weren't exactly appropriate in that very moment.
"And I would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for you meddling kids!" was never actually said in the show, though similar things were.
Nearly every character who has appeared more than ten times has at least one, with the notable exception of Lisa. The writers and producers of The Simpsons deliberately changed Bart's catchphrase on a regular basis, even going so far as to do a Lampshade Hanging about it in one episode (where Bart becomes famous for his catchphrase "I didn't do it", and that ends with a long sequence of characters spouting their catchphrase, ending with all of them staring expectantly at Lisa, who has no catchphrase and goes to her room in a huff.
Also, parodied in The Simpsons' "Homer to the Max" episode, in which a TV cop, also named Homer Simpson, has the catch phrase "And that's the end of that chapter." When he was reworked to be a clumsy oaf, his catchphrase became "Uh-oh, Spaghetti-o!"
The changing of Bart's catchphrases was lampshaded a couple of times - in "The Summer of 4' 2" Bart complains to Marge that Lisa became popular by copying him, just as she says "Don't have a cow, man". Marge replies "You haven't said that in four years. Let Lisa have it." And in "Skinner's Sense of Snow", Bart reads "Underachiever and proud of it" in his permenant record and asks "How old is this thing?"
Bart Simpson: "Eat my shorts", "Don't have a cow, man", "Ay Caramba", (when introducing himself) I'm Bart Simpson, who the hell are you?
Homer Simpson: "D'oh!", "Woo-hoo", "Mmmm... donuts", "Why you little!", (spotting something that interests him) "Ooh!", (disappointed) "Oh! or Aw!"
Marge Simpson: "Hrmmm"
Maggie Simpson: her "sucking pacifier" sound
Mr. Burns: "Excellent", "You're fired", "Release the hounds"
And a number of others, including "Gotta speed, keed!" (occasionally with some other verb followed by a noun that rhymed with the verb, e.g. "Gotta roll, troll!") and let's not forget Robotnik's infamous cry of "I HATE THAT HEDGEHOG!". Ironically, the first time he said it (in the first episode of the series, Super Special Sonic Search And Smash Squad) it was spoken normally, rather than as the drawn-out yell it's more famous as. "You took the words right out of my mouth! I hate that hedgehog!" It was also parodied in the episode Over The Hill Hero, with Captain Rescue ending the episode with "I LIKE that hedgehog!"
In Sonic Sat AM and Adventures, when impatient, Sonic would tap his foot and say "I'm waiiiiiiting!"
Whenever Kenny is killed, Stan and Kyle share the exchange: "Oh my god, they killed Kenny!" "You bastards!" In one episode, the two characters used this exchange to locate each other. Many episodes subvert the exchange in other ways.
"You know what? I learned something today!" Usually said by one of them to begin summarizing the episode's AnviliciousAesop. Subverted in "Chinpokomon" when Stan makes up a new moral to stop Kyle from bombing Pearl Harbor. "You know what? I learned something... just now."
Stan often says "Dude, this is pretty fucked up right here!"
Eric Cartman has a number of catchphrases, including,
"I want cheesy poofs!" was popular in early seasons.
"I'm not fat, I'm big-boned!" was also popular in the early seasons.
"Screw you guys, I'm going home!" Parodied in the Phonics Monkey episode, when he says, "Screw you guys, I'm gonna go be home-schooled."
"I'll kick you in the nuts!"
"I hate you guys."
"I hate you Kenny."
"You black asshole!"
"You guys! Seriously!" In fact, whenever Cartman would normally say "serious", he says "seriously" instead, such as "Stop it! I'm seriously!"
"Respect my authoritah!"
"No, kitty! That's a bad kitty!"
His most recent catch phrase is "'the fuck is this?" when disappointed by something.
"Goddamn it!" with cocking head and squinted eyes.
Chef: "Hello, children!" Like the Cartman quote above, Chef always says "children" even if he is talking to or about a single child.
Mr. Macky: "Mmmkay?" Made the subject of a song in the movie.
Butters: "Awww, hamburgers!"
In "Butters' Bottom Bitch", he learns a new one off the pimps, with it becoming increasingly natural for him to say...
Butters: "Do you know what I am saying?"
Butters also has "Fellas! FELLAS!"
Sheila Broflovski: "What what WHAT?!"
Jimmy: "Wow, what a terrific audience!" as well as ending many sentences with "very much."
Timmy: "Timmah!" As well as meaningless grunts that often sound like, "Livin' a lie!"
Mr. Hanky the Christmas Poo: "Howdy ho!"
Mrs. Crabtree: "WHAT DID YOU SAY?!?"
Towlie: "Always remember to bring your towel!" and "You wanna get high?"
Saddam Houssein: "Relax, guy! Take a rest!"
"They took our jobs!" by any redneck, which degrades as they repeat it.
Mister Slave: "Jethuth Chritht."
Al Gore: "I'm cereal," and "Excelsior!"
A number of one-shot characters make heavy use of a catchphrase during their episode:
The Hardly Boys: "I'm getting a clue..." in the episode "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce."
Mr. Big Record Producer: "I am above the law!" in the episode "Chef Aide."
Travis Mayfield: "I've got to save mah baybeh!" in the episode "Lice Capades."
Yennifer Lopez: "I like tacos y burritos!" in the episode "Fat Butt and Pancake Head."
Sexual Harassment Panda: "That makes me a sad panda," in the episode "Sexual Harassment Panda."
Randy Marsh: "Well, that sucks."
Everyone from New Jersey: "It's a Jersey thing!"
The 1960's animated Spider-Man would say, "Whallopin' websnappers!"
Wendy would often say "Let's go tell the Super Friends" when the kids found out something. Example: In the episodes "The Mysterious Moles", "The Planet Splitter" and "The Shamon U" Wendy says "We'd better report this to the Super Friends."
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have had several. The first cartoon's most notable ones were "Cowabunga" and "Turtle power!", while the second toon had "It's ninja time" for its sixth season, and several for its supporting characters, such as Casey Jones' "Goongala!", The Shredder's "None of you will leave here alive," and Hun's "Oh, Crud".
It's not something you would be able to identify him by, but 2003 Don has a habit of muttering "Come on, come on!" when he's concentrating... which is at least once a story arc, being The Smart Guy and all.
Multiple Teen Titans characters have them. Robin's is "Teen Titans Go!" (other characters have said this as well) and also seems to enjoy saying Slade's name with a snarl, Cyborg's is "Boo ya!" (parodied several times; in the origin episode "Go!" he says "Okay, I'm only gonna say this once" before saying it, and when disguised as a cow in "Employee of the Month" he says "MOO YA!" and in "Deception" they had a robot copy of Cyborg that primarily said his catchphrase) Raven says "whatever" occasionally. Starfire often says "Glorious!" And Beast Boy tends to say "Dude" a lot, it was revealed in "Go!" he learned the word from Cyborg, his catchphrase before then appears to have been "Wowser". Más y Menos had the catchphrase "Más y Menos, sí podemos!" Literally meaning "More or less, we can"
Teletubbies has loads of catchphrases. There are so many catchphrases that all of their dialogue consists of these. Take a sip of any time a teletubby says "Ehoh" "Uhoh" "Again, again" "Byebye" or their signature hum, and you'll be on the floor in a few minutes.
Anybody who ever watched more than a few episodes will have Big Bad Mumm-Ra's transformation incantation burned into their mind for life. "ANCIENT SPIRITS OF EVIL!!!! TRANSFORM THIS DECAYED FORM!!! INTO MUMM-RA THE EVER-LIVING!!!"
Beast Wars gave fans several much-loved Catch Phrases, including "We're all gonna die" (generally followed by "Shut up, Rattrap"), "That's just prime", "For the Royalty!", and Megatron's immortal "'Yeeeeesssss...". While they don't use "roll out" because, well, they don't have anything to roll, Primal once used it while holding the spark of Prime.
There was also Cheetor's "Ultra gear" and Scorponok's "I'm second in command!"
Rattrap also let would let out an exasperated "For bootin' up cold!" from time to time.
It should be noted, that along with stats, every character has a catch phrase or motto printed on the box the toy comes in. However, only one (Optimus Prime's "Freedom is the right of all Sentient Beings") has ever been used in any other media (specifically, the 2007 movie), and in some cases, the quote is something the character would never say in a million years (for example, "You ain't heard nothin' yet!" for Animated Soundwave, who is basically the Transformers version of HAL.)
As a Mythology Gag, Optimus Primal in Beast Wars actually says it to Megatron while he's holding Prime's spark (aka Soul).
Optimus: Freedom is the right of all Sentient Beings, Megatron!!
Captain Fanzone: "This is why I hate [x]!" X is often "machines," but it's been other things on rare occasion.
In Animated, many characters have been known to say some version of "Give me some warning next time!" The exact phrase varies, but many, many characters have told others to warn them before doing something again.
In Animated, Bulkhead tends to break things. Hence, at least in the first season, "[Oops/Sorry,] my bad!" would often ring out. This is also partially a Mythology Gag, as in the live-action 2007 film, Optimus Prime says this after he ruins the Witwickys' lawn.
Wild Kratts has "To the creature rescue!" and "Free and in the wild."
The Wind in the Willows: Toad, upon announcing to the others the new fad he's got himself caught up in, would exclaim, "It's the only thing!" Mole stole it once. See Phrase Catcher for the others' response.
Winx Club: The 4Kids dub gave each girl a catch phrase on the bonus DVDs that came with the dolls. The phrases were never actually said in any version of the show.
Bloom: Earth girls rule!
Stella: Style is, like, so always in style!
Flora: Peace out! (Yeah...)
Musa: Royalty rocks! (Referring to the dub error that Musa is a princess)
Tecna: I'll catch you on the download!
In Quest for the Codex, Layla's 4Kids catch phrase is "I'll do it my way!"
In Wonderpets All three characters have their own catchphrases, Linny has "This calls for some celery" , Tuck's one is "Can I have a hug?" and Ming Ming's is "This is sewrious!".
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! is full of them. Widget says "That wasn't supposed to happen" and "no problemo!", Walden says "very interesting" and "yes, yes, yes!", Wubbzy says "wow, wow, wow!", and Daizy says "lavender lollipops" at least once an episode.
And don't forget all those random people who always say "That's kooky!"
Yogi Bear: "I'm smarter than the average bear" (occasionally with something else substituted for 'bear').
Young Justice: "Hello, Megan!" for Megan and "Souvenir" for Kid Flash in Season 1 and Beast Boy in Season 2, which leads to a hilarious debate between Impulse and Blue Beetle about whose catchphrase "Souvenir" actually is.
2 Stupid Dogs: Mr. Hollywood: "Ain't that cute? BUT IT'S WROOOOOONNNNNG!!!"
Subverted once in the episode "Love," when he says the first half of it then continues talking about what was being discussed earlier before finally turning to the screen and telling the viewer, "I'll bet you were expecting me to say 'but it's wrong.' weren't you?"