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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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A catch phrase (a memetic phrase) is a word, phrase or expression recognized by its repeated utterance. Some catch phrases become the de facto "trademark" of the character with whom they originated.

This is a page which lists the frequent appearance of certain thematically important phrases spoken by different characters at different times. This page is arranged alphabetically, and then within each phrase, by episode chronology.


  • A through F
    • "Absolutely"
    • "Alone"
    • "Am I interrupting?"
    • "Are you him?"
    • "Are you sure you want to do this?"
    • "Believe in me"
    • "Clean up the mess"
    • "Coward"
    • "Cowboy up"
    • "Dad?"
    • "Do not mistake coincidence for fate"
    • "Do not mistake fate for coincidence"
    • "Don't say his name"
    • "Don't tell me what I can't do"
    • "Dude"
    • "Every man for himself"
    • "Fate"/"Free Will"
    • "Fair enough"
    • "Find your way"
    • "Fixing people/things"
    • "From the dawn of our species, Man has been blessed with curiosity"
  • G through N
    • "Go back!"
    • "God help us all"
    • "Good people", "Bad person", etc.
    • "Hey yourself"
    • "I didn't sign up for this."
    • "I have a few ideas".
    • "I'm not going anywhere with you."
    • "It doesn't work like that."
    • "It needed to be done yesterday."
    • "It's a leap of faith."
    • "It's not real, none of it is real."
    • "I've seen enough."
    • "Killer/Murderer"
    • "The last time you had a gun..."
    • "Let go"
    • "Let's do this"
    • "Letting you off the hook"
    • "Lift it up"
    • "Live together, die alone"
    • "Making an excellent point"
    • "Never say never"
    • "Not the enemy"
  • O through U
    • "One, two, three, four, five."
    • "One of us"/"One of them"
    • "On my own"
    • "Open this damn door!"
    • "Running like the devil's chasing you"
    • "See you in another life"
    • "See you on the other side"
    • "Son Of A Bitch"
    • "Special"
    • "Steve's dead"
    • "Starting over"
    • "Stay away"
    • "Terrific!"
    • "That was a long time ago"
    • "That's the spirit"
    • "The new sheriff"
    • "There's a line"
    • "Use the five iron"
  • V through Z
    • "Wait, what?"
    • "We're here."
    • "We're the good guys."
    • "What did one snowman say to the other snowman?"
    • "What are you doing here?"
    • "What did you do?"
    • "What lies in the shadow of the statue?"
    • "Whatever happened, happened."
    • "Whatever you think I am, I'm not."
    • "What's done is done"
    • "Where are we?"
    • "Where he wants to be"
    • "Who are you people?"
    • "Why are you asking me these questions?"
    • "Why are you telling me this?"
    • "Work to do"
    • "Wrong people for mission"
    • "You can go now."
    • "You can't help me!"
    • "You don't call, you don't write"
    • "You got it"
    • "You make your own luck"
    • "You'll speak when you have something worth saying"
    • "You don't seem to know much about him"
    • "You're mine"

Character-specific "trademark" catchphrases

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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From Marvel Database

Catch phrase

A catch phrase is a phrase or expression that is spontaneously popularized after a critical amount of widespread repeated usage in everyday conversation (i.e., it "catches" on).

The trademark catch phrase Some catch phrases become the "trademark" or defining characteristic of the person or character with whom they originated. A notable example is the catch phrase "It's clobberin' time!", the trademark exclamation of the Thing

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