Televison catchphrases


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You Are the Weakest Link, Goodbye: Anne Robinson's parting shot to contestants on The Weakest Link.

2. Bernie, the Bolt Please: Bob Monkhouse's instruction to load the crossbow on The Golden Shot.

3. Ooh, You are Awful, But I Like You: from busty blonde Dick Emery.

4. Nice to See You, To See You Nice: Bruce Forsyth's welcome to The Generation Game.

5. You Dirty Old Man: Harry H Corbett to his father Wilfred Brambell in Steptoe and Son.

6. Am I Bovvered?: Lauren Cooper, the chav, in the Catherine Tate Show wasn't bothered.

7. Listen Very Carefully, I Shall Say 'Zis Only Once: Michelle "of the Resistance" Dubois in 'Allo 'Allo.

8. Silly Old Moo: Alf Garnett's description of his wife in Till Death Us Do Part.

9. Does My Bum Look Big in This?: Catchphrase of Arabella Weir in The Fast Show.

10. I'm Free: John Inman was always available as Mr Humphreys in Are You Being Served?

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