"Eat Now?" - The ravenous catchphrase of Lawrence "Larry" Francis
Kubiac (Abraham Benrubi), a 20-year-old student at Santo Domingo High
School on the sitcom PARKER LEWIS CAN'T LOOSE/FOX/1990-92. Larry carries a
large brown paper bag with the misspelled message: LARY'S LUNCH. When
Larry is good, he is rewarded with fish.
"Eh, what's up doc?" - The inquisitive comment of the world's most
famous rabbit, Bugs Bunny (voice of Mel Blanc) featured on numerous Warner
"E-U-U-U-U" - The pathetic cry of fear or defeat unique to Lucy
Ricardo (Lucille Ball) when ever she found herself in trouble (which was
often) on the sitcom I LOVE LUCY/CBS/1951-57. "Lucy I'm Home!" was Ricky
Ricardo's (Desi Arnaz) popular catchphrase heard throughout the series.
When Ricky became exasperated with Lucy he cried: "Mira que tiene cosa la
"Excellent!" - Catchphrase of two teenage boys on the sci-fi
cartoon BILL AND TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURES/CBS/1990-91. Residing in San
Dimas, California, musicians Bill and Ted of the rock and roll group "Wyld
Stallyns" traveled about the universe in a time machine that looked like a
phone booth. Bill and Ted spoke in Valley/Surfer Dude lingo and were fond
of saying "Party on dude!" TRIVIA NOTE: On the animated cartoon THE
SIMPSONS Mr. C. Montgomery Burns, the evil industrialist was fond of
saying "Ex...cellent!" when he heard one of his plans had come together.
"Exc-u-u-u-se me!" - Strained exclamation made popular by comedian
Steve Martin during his many guest appearances on NBC'S SATURDAY NIGHT
LIVE in the 1970s and 1980s.