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Rick Dees is an American radio host. His ''Weekly Top 40'' competed with Creator/CaseyKasem's ''Radio/AmericanTop40''. Dees also contributed to the ''USA Today'' syndicated radio program, as an entertainment reporter. He is also well known for his #1 hit single "Disco Duck," a {{Satire}} of the {{Disco}} trend, credited to Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. He has been married to voice actress Creator/JulieMcWhirter since 1977.

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Rick Dees (born Rigdon Osmond Dees III, March 14, 1950) is an American radio host. His ''Weekly Top 40'' competed with Creator/CaseyKasem's ''Radio/AmericanTop40''. Dees also contributed to the ''USA Today'' syndicated radio program, as an entertainment reporter. He is also well known for his #1 hit single "Disco Duck," a {{Satire}} of the {{Disco}} trend, credited to Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. He has been married to voice actress Creator/JulieMcWhirter since 1977.


* SexySecretary: Candy, TheDitz, wore a bikini [[NoodelImplements bikini]] for her first day on the job.

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* SexySecretary: Candy, TheDitz, wore a bikini [[NoodelImplements [[NoodleImplements bikini]] for her first day on the job.


* SexySecretary: Candy, TheDitz, wore a bikini for her first day on the job.

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* SexySecretary: Candy, TheDitz, wore a bikini [[NoodelImplements bikini]] for her first day on the job.

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* SexySecretary: Candy, TheDitz, wore a bikini for her first day on the job.


* CatchPhrase: "NoBudget" was this for the Top 40 show.

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* CatchPhrase: "NoBudget" was this for the Top 40 show.CatchPhrase:
** "NoBudget"
** [[DeadpanSnarker "Come back when you can't stay longer"]]


* VerbalTic: In "Rick Dees Top 40," senior-sounding male character only says one word: "Yes." This was convenient when Music/{{Yes}} had a hot on the chart.

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* VerbalTic: In "Rick Dees Top 40," senior-sounding male character only says one word: "Yes." This was convenient when Music/{{Yes}} had a hot hit on the chart.


Rick Dees is an American radio host. His ''Weekly Top 40'' competed with Creator/CaseyKasem's ''Radio/AmericanTop40''. Dees also contributed to the ''USA Today'' syndicated radio program, as an entertainment reporter. He is also well known for his #1 hit single "Disco Duck," a {{Satire}} of the {{Disco}} trend, credited to Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. He is currently married to voice actress {{Julie McWhirter}}.

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Rick Dees is an American radio host. His ''Weekly Top 40'' competed with Creator/CaseyKasem's ''Radio/AmericanTop40''. Dees also contributed to the ''USA Today'' syndicated radio program, as an entertainment reporter. He is also well known for his #1 hit single "Disco Duck," a {{Satire}} of the {{Disco}} trend, credited to Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. He is currently has been married to voice actress {{Julie McWhirter}}.Creator/JulieMcWhirter since 1977.



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* OpeningNarration: A {{Parody}}/{{Pastiche}} in which John Williams' score from SupermanTheMovie underscored this riff on the old serials:

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* OpeningNarration: A {{Parody}}/{{Pastiche}} in which John Williams' Music/JohnWilliams' score from SupermanTheMovie ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' underscored this riff on the old serials:



--> Able to tell tall tales in a single breath

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--> Able to tell tall tales in a single breathbreath.



* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes "radio aerobics" instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) and regular caller John [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Revolting]] (JohnTravolta)

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* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes "radio aerobics" instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) (Creator/JaneFonda) and regular caller John [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Revolting]] (JohnTravolta)(Creator/JohnTravolta).



* VerbalTic: In "Rick Dees Top 40," senior-sounding male character only says one word: "Yes." This was convenient when {{Yes}} had a hot on the chart.

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* VerbalTic: In "Rick Dees Top 40," senior-sounding male character only says one word: "Yes." This was convenient when {{Yes}} Music/{{Yes}} had a hot on the chart.chart.
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* GutturalGrowler: He switched to this voice to say the title of his gossip segment "Dees Sleaze."


* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes "radio aerobics" instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) and regular caller John Revolting (JohnTravolta)

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* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes "radio aerobics" instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) and regular caller John Revolting [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Revolting]] (JohnTravolta)


* ParodyCommercial: An "ad" announced the release of a new {{Comedy}} album, ''Hurt Me Baby. Make Me Right Bad Checks'' On what [[FictionalMedia record label?]] Why, NoBudget of course!

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* ParodyCommercial: An "ad" announced the release of a new {{Comedy}} album, ''Hurt Me Baby. Make Me Right Write Bad Checks'' Checks.'' On what [[FictionalMedia record label?]] Why, NoBudget of course!


* ParodyCommercial: An "ad" announced the release of a new {{Comedy}} album, ''Hurt Me Baby. Make Me Right Bad Checks." On what record label? Why, NoBudget of course!
* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes aerobics instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) and regular caller John Revolting (JohnTravolta)

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* ParodyCommercial: An "ad" announced the release of a new {{Comedy}} album, ''Hurt Me Baby. Make Me Right Bad Checks." Checks'' On what [[FictionalMedia record label? label?]] Why, NoBudget of course!
* PunnyName: Recurring characters in TheEighties includes aerobics "radio aerobics" instructor Jane Fondle (JaneFonda) and regular caller John Revolting (JohnTravolta)

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* ParodyCommercial: An "ad" announced the release of a new {{Comedy}} album, ''Hurt Me Baby. Make Me Right Bad Checks." On what record label? Why, NoBudget of course!


* OpeningNarration: A {{Parody}} /{{Pastiche}} which John Williams' score from SupermanTheMovie underscored this riff on the old serials:

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* OpeningNarration: A {{Parody}} /{{Pastiche}} {{Parody}}/{{Pastiche}} in which John Williams' score from SupermanTheMovie underscored this riff on the old serials:


--> .Capable of bending records with his bare hands.
-->Able to tell tall tales in a single breath
-->It's Super Dees! Yes, Super Dees, Strange Visitor from another neighborhood, and who, disguised as Rick Dees, mild-mannered disc jockey, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the pursuit of loose women.

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--> .--> Capable of bending records with his bare hands.
-->Able --> Able to tell tall tales in a single breath
-->It's --> It's Super Dees! Yes, Super Dees, Strange Visitor from another neighborhood, and who, disguised as Rick Dees, mild-mannered disc jockey, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the pursuit of loose women.


-->It's SuperDees! Yes, SuperDees, Strange Visitor from another neighborhood, and who, disguised as Rick Dees, mild-mannered disc jockey, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the pursuit of loose women.

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-->It's SuperDees! Super Dees! Yes, SuperDees, Super Dees, Strange Visitor from another neighborhood, and who, disguised as Rick Dees, mild-mannered disc jockey, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the pursuit of loose women.

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