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What’s Up Doc?

He is one of the most memorable and iconic characters of the Looney Tunes franchise. Everybody remembers this gray and white rabbit chomping on a carrot asking, “Eh, what’s up doc?” to everyone.


The Simpsons is one of the many long-running animated cartoon series currently in its 30th season. Homer is the main character and the story revolves around his family and neighbors in Springfield. Homer shouts out “D'oh!” every time he messes something up.

Scooby Dooby Doo!

Who doesn't remember the talking Great Dane who is one of Cartoon Network's best shows.

Beep Beep

Two words that would send shivers down Wile E. Coyote’s spine every time this high-speed ground cuckoo made a pass left, right, and center! The Road Runner Show hilariously showcased Wile E. Coyotes attempts to capture this running cuckoo and fail miserably.

Yabba Dabba Doo!

They are your modern stone age family! This cartoon redefined imagination and took us back to the stone age with dinosaur excavators and leg powered rolling pan cars. Fred shouting "Yabba Dabba Doo" echoed throughout Bedrock city!

Th-Th-Th-That’s All Folks

Surprisingly, Porky was one of the supporting role Looney Tunes characters as he had many appearances. But every 90s kid will remember the iconic Warner Bros animation concluding cartoon shows with “ Th-Th-Th-That’s All Folks” by Porky.


Remember the high pitched “Zoinks!” made by Shaggy when something or someone scared the bejesus out of him!

To Infinity and Beyond!

The toy space ranger superhero has appeared in one of the most iconic cartoon movie franchises of all time, the Toy Story.

I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat

What is more cute, a talking bird or the fact that the bird is remembered for one of the popular lines in the Looney Tunes franchise. Every time Sylvester cat tries to snatch this beautiful yellow canary, Tweety would shout out “I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat”

Sufferin’ Succotash

This cunning cat in the Looney Tunes franchise has only one goal in his mind, catch the beautiful yellow canary sitting in the cage.

Hey There, Pretty Momma!

90s kids will remember this hunky cartoon character very well for unsuccessful and multiple attempts to woo the ladies in the neighborhood.

Lemme at Em! Lemme at Em!

Of all the cartoon characters in the Scooby-Doo franchise, the little puppy is perhaps one of the toughest ones in the gang. While Scooby Doo and Shaggy scream bloody murder, little Scrappy Doo wants to have a one on one bout with the goons.

Rikes Raggy!

Did you know that TV Guide gave this cartoon franchise the title of the fifth greatest cartoon of all time?

I’m Smarter Than the Av-Er-Age Bear!

90s kids will remember this bumbling clumsy grizzle bear living in the forests of Jellystone Park. Although his catchphrase is not one of the most popular ones that every kid will remember, the friendly grizzly bear remains to be a popular Cartoon Network characters.


Who could not remember a bunch of turtles running around the sewers under the city with samurai swords and full ninja gear? Cowabunga remains one of the most popular lines of the nineties with several references in TV and movie franchises.

Oh my God! They killed Kenny!

South Park is a popular cartoon franchise where Stan yells out “Oh my God! they killed Kenny!” The creators of the show mentioned that another character Kyle’s response to Stan was directed to them for killing Kenny in the cartoon show.

Hey Hey Hey!

This show was an animated prime time special that aired in the late 60s. The show was titled Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Fat Albert and it was also his opening line in the short but popular primetime series.

Ay, caramba!

Bart is the most mischievous character of the iconic Simpsons family and is always getting into trouble. He would often yell out “Ay Caramba” . As the Simpsons have been on prime time for 30 seasons, fans of the show remember his line very well.

Here I come to save the day!

In an era where superheroes were gaining popularity making their debut on popular TV prime time, Mighty Mouse was already there to save the day. The cartoons first appearance was in Mouse of Tomorrow in 1942.

Ooh! What does this button do?

Not only was Dexter’s sister annoying, but she would also poke around and weave her way into situations that didn’t need her insightful meddling, if you may. She would always ask “Ooh, what does this button do?” before pushing it eventually to find out what it did, which turned out to be unsafe.


Velma was the brains behind all the mysteries that Scooby Doo and the gang solved. She would always notice when something was out of place and exclaim “Jinkies” to express her concerns and confirm her doubts.

Reach for the sky!

Woody, the main protagonist of the popular Toy Story series says this motivating line.

I am vengeance, I am the night, I am….”

Interesting fact, Kevin Conroy was the first voice of the animated series characters before other prominent actors gave their voice to the character.

Andale! Andale! Arriba! Arriba!

One of the most popular Spanish characters in the Looney Tunes shows, Speedy Gonzales was known for one particular thing, his speed. He would run around circles and nobody could catch him. Speedy would shout out this famous line when he would get ready to run.

Be vewy vewy quiet, I’m hunting wabbits!

Another popular character of the Looney Tunes franchise, Elmer Fudd would always be on the lookout to hunt down Bugs Bunny.

Pika! Pika!

Pokemon was perhaps one of the greatest cartoon and merchandise franchise with the show’s famous line, “You gotta catch ‘em all!” No doubt in the late 90s and 2000s, Pokemon had a global following and dear Pikachu with his “Pika Pika” was the most favorite character of the cartoon show.

Oh my stars and garters!

The X-Men animated series is a popular superhero show in which Professor Xavier leads a team of specially-abled mutants to fight against the mutants who have gone rogue.

Hey, Boo Boo

Yogi Bear would use this line whenever he would want anyone to accompany him to Jellystone National Park with a picnic basket.

Okay gang, lets split up and search for clues

The leader of the fantastic five, Fred would always be the curious one in the sleuth gang to go on a mission.

What’s the sitch?

Kim Possible would ask “What’s the sitch?” as in short for "What's the situation?".

This Sucks

About 50 countries in the world have English as their native language. But did you know that some of the commonly-used English words or phrases are from a foreign language? Well, you can take this test and find out how well you know your daily-used English words' origin.

Let’s Get Dangerous

Darkwing Duck was a Disney cartoon that aired between 1991 and 1992 for only three seasons. In the Disney franchise or lineup, it was among the lesser-known cartoons. However, the catchphrase "Let's Get Dangerous" said by the main character Darkwing Duck ensured the recurrence of this crime-fighting vigilante in several other animation series.

You Eediot

You Eediot was the catchphrase of Ren, one of the characters of the Ren and Stimpy animated series. It is also a compilation of music released by Sony Wonder in the year 1993. The Ren and Stimpy Show aired from 1991 to 1996 and featured a good-natured dim-witted cat and an emotionally unstable chihuahua as the main leads.

You Blockhead

Peanuts is a famous American cartoon strip that was later on adapted into multiple TV and movie format. Charlie Brown, Lucy Van Pelt, and Snoopy the dog are among the few memorable characters of the series. Lucy Van Pelt often yells out "You Blockhead!" when Charlie Brown tries to do something that cannot be done.

Victory Is Mine

Stewie Griffin, the baby prodigy and youngest child of the show's characters Peter and Lois Griffin has a number of quotes in the show. Stewie's character more or less seems to be obsessed with world domination. "Victory is Mine", "What the Deuce?", "What the Devil Do You Mean?", and "What The Hell, Man?" are his favorite quotes.


He is one of the more memorable characters of the popular show Family Guy. Glenn Quagmire is known for his comedic "Giggity" spasm laughter. The iconic laugh would often precede Quagmire's intent of getting involved in any act that may be considered immoral. Family Guy has been on air since 1999.

Respect My Authoritah!

Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman from South Park have been entertaining the audience for 23 seasons since the show was first aired in 1997. And they keep killing Kenny as we have seen in many episodes. However, in one particular episode released in 1998, Eric Cartman came up with the "Respect My Authoritah" catchphrase.

I sell Propane and Propane Accessories

The phrase gained popularity online after it was first said by the animated character Hank Hill in the show King of the Hill. He plays a propane tank salesman and the phrase was deliberately coined to imitate the overbearing attitude of tradesmen and salesmen in general. Hank Hill would use the phrase many times.

I hate Mondays

Who does not remember this extremely lazy fluffy orange cat with big eyes? This popular comic strip turned cartoon show featured the lasagna-loving cat, his master Jon Arbuckle and his pet dog Odie. This show features a funny furry feline that loves lasagna but hates Mondays like no other.

Oh Bother!

This is one of the most famous lines of the huggable honey-loving bear we all grew up watching. Winnie the Pooh would often get his head stuck in a honey pot or fall face-first into a puddle of mud and exclaim "Oh bother" in an innocent little tone. You'll never see the bear exclaim in anguish except exclaim the catchphrase.

Up and At ‘Em

He may be a pint-sized ant, but nevertheless a powerful superhero. You could always rely on Atom Ant to come and save the day, but not before he would yell "Up and At 'Em" and blast upwards into the sky. He had himself a super sleuth squirrel friend who would assist Atom in all his adventures.

Wubba Lubba Dub Dub

Initially, the script required Rick Sanchez to pay homage to the classic "Woob-woob-woob" expression from The Three Stooges. However, the creator of the show decided to experiment with variations and the catchphrase was written for Rick's character. The expressions were often regarded as a desperate cry for help by Rick in the show.

I say, I say…Son!

Mel Blanc was the legendary voice behind the animated character of Foghorn Leghorn. Most of the character's catchphrases and voice was patterned on Senator Claghorn, a fictional radio character. The name Foghorn was also taken from the fictional character cast in the "Allen's Alley" segment of The Fred Allen Show.


Inspector Gadget was a popular show in the 80s that featured the brave bumbling inspector who thinks he is working on the case. However, it's his niece and dog that solve the crimes and do all of Inspector Gadget's legwork. The catchphrase "Go-Go-Gadget" is used by the inspector before he uses the gadget.

By the power of Grayskull

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was a beloved cartoon that a lot of us remember, including his famous catchphrase, "By the Power of Grayskull". The mighty muscular hunk was not only powerful but also one of the few people in the Castle Grayskull who was morally wise and would impart his wisdom from time to time.

The ultimate cartoon-catchphrase quiz

11th April, 2019

Cartoons have always defined and influenced our childhood in many ways. Some can relate to the gentle comedy of the Looney Tunes while others watched shows like Ninja Turtles and X-Men. These cartoon serials became an integral part of our lives which is why we can still recall some of the most obvious and iconic instances of our favorite shows. Take this quiz to find out exactly how well can you associate the cartoon to their iconic catchphrase.

The ultimate cartoon-catchphrase quiz
The ultimate cartoon-catchphrase quiz
The ultimate cartoon-catchphrase quiz
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