Catchphrases have been a big part of TV since it was invented. It seems like every show had at least one character who had a signature phrase that they need to say in every single episode, otherwise it just didn't feel right.
The 90s was jam-packed full of catchphrases that are absolutely iconic. It seemed like networks would only air a show if it had as many catchphrases per episode as humanly possible.
Let's see if you can remember these 90s star's famous catchphrases.
1. Bart Simpson had a few, can you name any of them?
2. Steve Urkel was a unique guy, but what was that phrase he was always saying?
3. That little dinosaur had a lot of energy, but what did he constantly yell?
4. Blossom's brother was quite the dreamboat, but he never really had much of a way with words
5. The whole cast of Seinfeld would say this all the time
6. Basically everyone from Full House had a catchphrase, let's start with Joey, what was that guy always saying? Bonus points if you remember the hand gesture
7. Now, D.J. also had her own special phrase, can you remember it?
8. Uncle Jesse had an Elvis inspired catchphrase
9. Don't forget little Stephanie!
10. And of course Michelle
There are still more catchphrases to try and remember, and don't forget to check your answers!
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