Can you think of some classic television catchphrases that you would recognize anywhere? The dictionary's definition of a catchphrase is "a well-known sentence or phrase, typically one that is associated with a particular famous person." There are many TV shows and movies that feature a catchphrase. See if you can remember where some of these classic TV catchphrases are from: 1. "Ahh, what's up, doc?" via GIPHY Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes famously says this phrase all the time. He is generally eating a carrot while saying it too. 2. "You rang?" Lurch from The Addams Family always asked this. 3. "I'm smarter than the average bear." via GIPHY Yogi Bear from The Yogi Bear Show. Did you read this in his iconic voice? 4. “Dyn-o-mite!” via GIPHY J.J. Evans from Good Times used to exclaim this on this show. 5. "Aaay!" Do you remember Fonzie saying this on Happy Days? Do you remember the hand gesture he would make when he said it too? 6. "Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk." via GIPHY Curly from The Three Stooges. Which Stooge was your favorite? 7. "Ruh-roh!" This actually has two answers! Do you remember Astro from The Jetsons or Scooby Doo from Scooby Doo saying this when trouble came up? Read on to the NEXT page to test your knowledge on more catchphrases! 8. "Homey don't play that!" via GIPHY Homey the Clown (Damon Wayans) from In Living Color. Did you think he was funny? 9. "Danger, Will Robinson!" via GIPHY If you guessed the Robot from Lost in Space, you're right! 10. “Nanu-nanu.” via GIPHY Mork (Robin Williams) from Mork & Mindy. We really miss Robin Williams! 11. "Wocka, wocka." Fozzie Bear from The Muppet Show. Did you grow up watching The Muppets? Who is your favorite? 12. “Yabba, Dabba, doo!” via GIPHY Fred Flintstone from The Flintstones famously said this. 13. "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" via GIPHY You know this was Jan from The Brady Bunch. 14. "___, you got some explaining to do!” via GIPHY This is what Ricky always said to Lucy on I Love Lucy when she got into one of her classic hijinks! 15. “Hi Yo Silver, Away!" You might remember that Silver was The Lone Ranger's horse! 16. "What'choo talkin' 'bout, Willis?" via GIPHY Arnold (Gary Coleman) said this on Diff'rent Strokes. 17. “No soup for you!” via GIPHY The Soup Nazi was a hilarious character on Seinfeld. Do you remember him? 18. "Live long and prosper." via GIPHY If you love science fiction shows, you know that Spock from Star Trek said this. If this makes you feel nostalgic, please SHARE with all of your friends who love old television catchphrases!