A good game show catch phrase reminds you instantly of the game it comes from.
These phrases have become part of popular culture, and are used casually with friends and even in big Hollywood blockbusters.
But then, we're also not all cute English boys with fabulously styled hair, so take that with a grain of salt.
For those of you unfamiliar with the show's premise (like us), it's basically like this: A bunch of poor chumps go on a series of speed dates with four women who judge their performances at the end of the show, naming one of them the best dater. At any rate, the relevant clip can be seen after the cut.
Here is our list of the best catch phrases to come from game shows old and new.
Whether it was Johnny Olson, Rod Roddy, Rich Fields, or, more recently, George Gray shouting these words, anyone hearing them knows that "The Price is Right" is under way.
When you think about all of the game show hosts out there, past and present, not a lot of women come to mind.
For some reason, networks seem to prefer male hosts for their game shows.
But who didn’t love the courage of those contestants who could “name that tune in two notes” – for reals?
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Hosts: Chuck Woolery (1983-1995), Pat Bullard (1998-1999) Years on TV: 1983-1995; 1998-1999 Super-suave Chuck Woolery hosted Love Connection, a different take on The Dating Game, where contestants would select their match from three potential dates.
There are potentially two catch phrases from "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" that could have landed on this list: The one we chose and "Is that your final answer?
" We went with "I'd like to phone a friend" because it's appeared often in popular culture, from movies to viral jokes and more.