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Hey...I was thinking (I know that shocks some of you lol ) last night about some phrases that I know from old TV shows. I was hoping to get a game going for it. The idea is to quote the phrase, and then see if anybody knows where it originated. Let's not get too complicated....use the kiss method.... I'll go first....who knows where this one was used?

 

"You bet your sweet bippie"!

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that ones easy, Shazam TV show from the 70's most ppl think Shazam was the name of the super hero, but it was actuall captain marvel ;)

 

"Dynoooooomite!"

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The Lone ranger

 

"riddle me this _______"

 

couldnt put the name in, it would give it away :P

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Batman!

 

I knoooooow nothink.........

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I know (but I had to cheet, (google) passing to the next person....)

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Oliver Hardy

 

It ain't a fit night out for man nor beast.

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Sanford & Son

 

Did I do that?

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family matters

 

"Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!"

 

(this ones kind of obscure, but I STILL love this show!

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"Smoke me a . . ." - Red Dwarf that Flash heart bloke. CoOoL

 

"Make it so. . ." - Captain Jean luc Picard Star trek NG

 

Mine - " I have a cunning plan"

 

:)

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All In The Family

 

(BTW, the "Dyn-o-mite" is from Good Times, not What's Happening. And there was a cartoon, Shazan, with an N, that played in the late 60's early 70's I think. It currently replays on Sunday mornings on Boomerang channel by Cartoon Network. Ah, the useless trivia. :D)

 

"Here I come to save the day!"

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