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TV Catch Phrases from A to Z

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TV Catch Phrases from A to Z game quiz
"So many characters can be identified just by their catch phrases. In this quiz you will try to connect the catch phrases with either the character or the show. "

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1. "Aaay" is the catch phrase of what 'Happy Days' character?

2. "Book 'em, Danno!" was what we heard near the end of every episode of what TV drama?
    Hawaiian Eye
    neither of these
    both of these
    Hawaii Five-O

3. "Come on down!" is the cry heard on what game show?
    Answer: (Four words)

4. "Dyn-o-mite!" was the catch phrase of J.J. Evans on 'Good Times'.

5. "Elizabeth, I'm coming!" was the catch phrase often heard on 'Sanford and Son'. What character is famous for having uttered this phrase?
    Lamont Sanford
    Grady Wilson
    Aunt Esther
    Fred Sanford

6. This one is a bit of a stretch, but finding a catch phrase that started with an F was quite difficult. Actually this catch phrase comes from several Warner Brothers 'Merrie Melodies' cartoons. Who said "Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum"?
    the giant
    Bugs Bunny

7. Who is famous for the catch phrase, "God'll get you for that, Walter"?
    Answer: (One name for both the character and the series)

8. "Hey HEY hey!" was the catch phrase of Dwayne Nelson on what TV show?
    Diff'rent Strokes
    Good Times
    What's Happening!!

9. "I know nothing!" was the catch phrase of a military person from what show set during WWII?
    Hogan's Heroes
    The Rat Patrol

10. Criminals really became irritated when they heard this detective say, "Just one more thing..." Who was this police officer?
    Sgt. Friday
    Lt. Kojack
    Det. Baretta
    Lt. Columbo

11. "Kowabunga", also spelled "Cowabunga," was the catch phrase of which of these?
    Michelangelo on 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'
    Chief Thunderthud on 'Howdy Doody'
    All of these
    Cookie Monster on 'Sesame Street'

12. "Live long and prosper" was the catch phrase of what character on a well known sci-fi series?
    Answer: (One word)

13. "Missed it by that much," was the catch phrase of whom?
    Maxwell Smart
    The Six Million Dollar Man
    The Man From Uncle
    none of these

14. "No soup for you!" was the catch phrase of The Soup Nazi on what show?
    Thirty Something
    Two Guys and a Girl

15. "Oh, my God! They killed Kenny!" can be heard from Eric on most episodes of 'South Park'.

16. "Pardon me."
"No, pardon ME," was, or more precisely were, the catch phrases of what two cartoon characters?
    Chip and Dale
    Mac and Tosh
    Tom and Jerry
    Sylvester and Tweety

17. "Qeeks Draw, I theen---." were the frequent words of Baba Looey on 'Quick Draw McDog'.

18. "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated" is the catch phrase heard from The Borg on what science fiction show?
    Battlestar Galactica
    Stargate: SG-1
    Star Trek: The Next Generation
    Lost in Space

19. This single word catch phrase, "Stifle!", was from what show?
    Answer: (Four words)

20. Who said, "The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat," on a weekly basis?
    none of these
    Hugh Downs
    Jim McKay
    Marlin Perkins

21. What character on 'Welcome Back, Kotter' was fond of saying, "Up your nose with a rubber hose"?
    Juan Epstein
    Vinnie Barbarino
    Freddie "Boom Boom" Washington
    Arnold Horshack

22. "Verrrry interesting -- but schtupit!" was the catch phrase that could be heard weekly on 'Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In'. Who was the ACTOR that delivered this line?
    Gary Owens
    Alan Sues
    Henry Gibson
    Arte Johnson

23. This catch phrase is an oldie. It comes from a situation comedy in the 1950s. What sit-com gave us "What a revoltin' development this is!"?
    Make Room for Daddy
    The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
    The Life of Riley
    The Jimmy Durante Show

24. There is no catch phrase for the letter "X" so we move on to "Y" where the catch phrase is "Yada, yada, yada". On what TV show did this often heard catch phrase originate?
    none of these
    Thirty Something

25. "Zowie, Batman" was one of the favorite phrases of what character?
    Bruce Wayne
    Commissioner Gordon
    Chief O'Hara

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