Do You Really Know These Famous Cartoon Character Catchphrases?

By: John Miller
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Do You Really Know These Famous Cartoon Character Catchphrases?
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"You're despicable!" Everyone knows that a little black bird named Daffy Duck is famous for that line. But do you know these other famous cartoon catchphrases?
"D'oh!"
Homer Simpson
Mickey Mouse
Popeye
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It's one of the silliest and most enduring cartoon character catchphrases ever: "D'oh!" It's what Homer SImpson says when things have (once again) gone wrong.

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Who said, "I tawt I taw a puddy tat"?
Roger Rabbit
Big Bird
Tweety Bird
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Poor Tweety Bird, every time he flaps his cute yellow wings, a cat is trying to eat him for lunch. When he knows he's being stalked, he says, "I tawt I taw a puddy tat," but his little beak can't quite pronounce the words.

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"Of course you realize this means war."
Speedy Gonzalez
Wiley Coyote
Bugs Bunny
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Bugs is never one to back down from a confrontation, and he'll go to extremes for his ideals. "Of course you realize this means war!"

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"That's all, folks!"
Jerry
Porky Pig
Chubby Pork
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At the end of many "Looney Tunes" cartoons, Porky Pig pops up and exclaims (with a distinct stutter), "That's all, folks!"

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"Respect my authori-tah!"
Peter Griffin
Boo-Boo Bear
Eric Cartman
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Eric Cartman, the demanding little monster from "South Park," insists that you listen to him. "Respect my authori-tah!"

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What is one of Bart Simpson's favorite lines?
"Eat my shorts!"
"Devour my brain!"
"Consume my soul!"
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Bart doesn't get fancy. When he's telling off teachers and other authority figures, he simply says, "eat my shorts!"

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"I am the vengeance, I am the night, I am _____."
Hank Hill
Scooby
Batman
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Batman has a flair for the dramatic. "I am the vengeance, I am the night, I am Batman."

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Which befuddled character often says, "zoinks"?
Scooby
Shaggy
Thelma
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Shaggy and his buddies frequently encounter strange phenomena in "Scooby-Doo." And when Shaggy is freaked out, he shouts, "Zoinks!"

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"I sell propane and propane accessories."
Space Ghost
Donald Duck
Hank Hill
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Hank Hill is the simple man with a simple job. He sells propane and propane accessories.

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"What's up, Doc?"
Daffy Duck
Bugs Bunny
Roger Rabbit
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Bugs Bunny wasn't really asking the doctor what he wanted. "What's up, Doc" was his way of antagonizing his enemies to no end.

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"Cowabunga!"
Mickey Mouse
Bugs Bunny
Michaelangelo
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Michaelangelo, of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" fame, is notable for his famous expression: "Cowabunga!" He often utters this word when beating back evil enemies.

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"I hate Mondays."
Garfield
Homer Simpson
Mickey Mouse
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Garfield is the tubby sack of cat who often struggles with negativity. He really hates Mondays.

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What does Sylvester the Cat say when he's exasperated?
"Painfully portentous!"
"Sufferin' succotash!"
"Tinkering ticklers!"
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Sylvester is continually flustered, particularly by Tweety Bird. That's when he drops his famous line, "sufferin' succotash!"

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"You blockhead!"
Lucy Van Pelt
Scooby
Papa Smurf
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In the "Peanuts" cartoons, Lucy is the high-strung girl in the neighborhood. When she's aggravated with someone, she yells, "You blockhead!"

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"Arriba, arriba!"
Nibbles
Granny
Speedy Gonzalez
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Speedy Gonzalez is the ultra-fast Mexican mouse from "Looney Tunes." He zips away from predators and yells, "arriba, arriba!" It's Spanish for "up."

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"Hey hey hey!"
Fat Albert
Skinny Albert
Tiny Al
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No one would name a cartoon character "Fat Albert" these days, but Albert made good on his oversized promise in the 1970s by repeating the words, "Hey, hey, hey" over and over again.

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"Yabba dabba doo!"
Fred Flintstone
Daisy Duck
Elmer Fudd
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Do you like excitement? So does Fred Flintstone! And when he's excited, he exclaims, "Yabba dabba doo!"

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"To infinity and beyond!"
Buzz Lightyear
Sylvester the Cat
Peter Griffin
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As one of the stars of the "Toy Story" movies, Buzz Lightyear is an iconic cartoon character. He's never lacking in bravado: "To infinity and beyond!"

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"Beep beep!"
Felix the Cat
Minnie Mouse
Road Runner
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With his skinny little legs and tremendous speed, the Road Runner taunts his potential captors, leaving them in the dust with a triumphant, "beep beep!"

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"Excellent."
Green Lantern
Marge Simpson
Mr. Burns
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With his constant scheming and manipulation, Mr. Burns is the evilest character in "The Simpsons." When his nefarious plans are working in his favor, he says, "Excellent."

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"By the power of Grayskull!"
Batman
Spider-man
He-Man
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When He-Man needs extra power to combat his many enemies, he proclaims, "By the power of Grayskull!" And then he kicks cartoon butt.

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"That's all I can stands, 'cause I can't stands no more!"
Popeye
Daffy Duck
Lisa Simpson
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For a burly sailor, Popeye is a pretty patient guy. But when he chugs spinach, watch out, he "can't stands it no more!"

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What is Mighty Mouse's mighty catchphrase?
"Here I come to save the day!"
"A plague on you!"
"I'm taking that cheese and you can't stop me!"
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Mighty Mouse is in the house! The musclebound rodent always proclaims, "Here I come to save the day" before doing just that.

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"Oh bother."
Minnie Mouse
Aladdin
Winnie the Pooh
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Poor Pooh, always trying to find happiness in the woods with his animated buddies. Sometimes they run into trouble and Pooh says, "oh bother."

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What's a famous line uttered by Woody from "Toy Story"?
"Touch your guns!"
"Reach for the sky!"
"Drop and give me 50!"
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Woody is the animated cowboy from "Toy Story." He tells his foes to "reach for the sky" when he wants them to submit to his cowboy will.

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"I'm smarter than the average bear."
Road Runner
Snagglepuss
Yogi Bear
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He is smarter than the average bear, for sure. Yogi Bear is definitely the smartest bear in Jellystone Park -- after all, he can speak.

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"You eediot."
Spongebob Squarepants
Bart Simpson
Ren
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Ren, of "The Ren and Stimpy Show," is the cynical and sardonic little chihuahua who often says, "You eediot." Typically, the phrase is directed at poor Stimpy.

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"Good grief."
Superman
Snoopy
Charlie Brown
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Charlie Brown, of the "Peanuts" franchise, often doesn't know what to make of troublesome situations. He'll sigh, furrow his brow and say, "good grief."

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"Ay, caramba!"
Lisa Simpson
Maggie Simpson
Bart Simpson
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"Ay, caramba!" It's an expression of dismay, and it's one that Bart drops often in "The Simpsons."

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"This sucks."
Beavis
Butt-head
Both
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Beavis and Butt-head took the MTV crowd by storm in the 90s, thanks in large part to golden nuggets of wisdom such as, "This sucks."

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