#1 dooropenwiththeACon wrote on January 10, 2005:
what about the blue dot? that is a running joke thru the show after GOB told michael that george michael’s face would be covered with a blue dot in the girls with low selfesteem video...
#2 Jeff wrote on February 14, 2005:
There’s no reference to "Hot ding dong"
#3 Jayson wrote on February 22, 2005:
One thing that should be here, but isn’t is JEB (John Ellis Bush) Bush. It’s obvious that he was the model for GOB’s naming.
#4 Jayson wrote on March 15, 2005:
the DrHouse license plate from motherboy xxx is a reference to the new FOX show "House"
#5 Ted wrote on March 21, 2005:
your miss "Douche Chill" Tobias says it all the time as an ice-breaker
#6 Damian wrote on March 25, 2005:
Exactly what I was thinking... I actually came to this page to see how "douche-chill" would be written up.
#7 Mander wrote on April 04, 2005:
"One thing that should be here, but isn¡¯t is JEB (John Ellis Bush) Bush. It¡¯s obvious that he was the model for GOB¡¯s naming. "
AND, in The Immaculate election, when Michael grudgingly recollects to Ann and GM, "Didn’t say I won...said I can’t remember. But now that we’re thinking about it I seem to remember that the other guy won the actual title, although there were plenty in the school who wanted to overturn the decision. I said ’let’s..do not...let’s not put the school through that’ you know.....haven’t thought about that for years. Good memory..." that was a perfect and obvious allusion to John Kerry.
#8 Mander wrote on April 04, 2005:
I think the John Kerry thing can be coupled with GOB’s Howard Dean "Heeeaay!"
I guess they rightfully figured to poke at some democrats this season
#9 Rusty Shackleford wrote on April 05, 2005:
What about Gangee? And Hoppop? Any origin on that?
#10 Mander wrote on April 06, 2005:
I believe for George Sr. it’s "Pop-Pop" and I’ve seen plenty call their dads and grandads that so not sure there’s anything to read into there... but as far as "Gangee" I just blindly considered it a Jewish thing or whatever... altough it is a surname in Lord of the Rings...
#11 Dave Bell wrote on April 09, 2005:
And the reason i came here: Where’s Anyong?!!
Did I miss him leaving? Or is there a joke coming?
#12 breakfast wrote on April 27, 2005:
What about "Sacramende"? Is that something they made up or is that how they say it in California?
#13 3000$SuitCMON wrote on May 05, 2005:
What about Klaudmir Vodka, it shows up in Mexico, on Kitty’s shirt, and it is the company that Lindsey works for ordering it at a bar.
Also anything on Rita Wilson, GOB says he doesnt wnat to stand next to Marta like her, on obvious reference to Tom Hanks and his wife. The fact is that she is also an actress, but is only known becuase he is so famous.
#14 mellomeh wrote on August 25, 2005:
Gamgee may have some language origin to latin, I’m not sure. ’Grandmother’ in welsh is ’mamgu’ (pronounced ’mam-gee’) so it might be related.
#15 stagemanager86 wrote on December 25, 2005:
The term "Gangee" or however its spelled, should be added!
#16 neely12 wrote on February 12, 2006:
1.Shemale, as in the shirt that Maebe give Lindsay when she’s pretending Lindsay is a guy in drag
2. I cannot BELIEVE Operation: Hot Mother was left out! It was first in Motherboy XXX, then again in Meet the Veals as a script that Maebe is reading at the movie studio.
#17 TheGorillaIsForSandracing wrote on February 17, 2006:
How about the ’plant’ references in "Amigos"? When they come back to Mexico to pick up Ann, who claims to have been sitting on the bench "the whole time", George Michael says, "Way to plant, Ann!" Michael then says, "George Michael, why don’t you and Plant go wait in the stair-car?" Also, in the same episode, the ’Ann-hog’ references:
Michael: Quit bein’ such an Ann-hog.
George Michael: You told me to stop being such an Ann-hog.
Lindsay: Check out the guy riding that hog back there.
Michael: George Michael! (Awkward pause) Only 20 miles to Legoland, buddy.
#18 herald101 wrote on February 23, 2006:
How about Zip-up or "Zip me up"?
#19 herald101 wrote on February 23, 2006:
Oh and how about Dr. Sandor Plumb, the vertigo doctor? when something is plumb it is straight/level. . .
#20 snazzyjer wrote on September 06, 2006:
Perhaps there should be a section about Candy Beans, too, which most of the characters indulge in whenever they’re upset or stressed at one time or another...
#21 demanton wrote on January 15, 2007:
Croc Spotter: Oscar served as a croc spotter on board a swift boat in Vietnam.
#22 theaanne wrote on February 22, 2007:
What about placing a crown on someone as a euphanism for sex
#23 Crindy wrote on March 18, 2007:
question: when tobias goes to prison to research his role as frightened inmate #2, white power bill asks george, "who’s this little BLEEP?", and the bleep sounds like the, um, c-word. tobias responds "it’s been a long time since anyone called me a tyke." does anyone get what that means? i don’t get the relationship between "c*nt" and "tyke"...
#24 fletcher901 wrote on May 01, 2007:
White Power Bill says "Who’s this KYKE?", kyke is a not-that-often-used epithet for Jews.
#25 como-estoi wrote on June 13, 2007:
Firstly, how about GARY!!! We find out that he’s gay early on in "Good Grief" and then he is seen in "The Immaculate Election" Filming GOB’s Office Magic, Which also should be up there
#26 como-estoi wrote on June 13, 2007:
you also need to add the whole "ether" thing
#27 como-estoi wrote on June 17, 2007:
As you like it by shakespeare is referenced by Michael in one of the Rita epidsodes (don;t remember each one) and the lines are from Bringing up Buster
#28 como-estoi wrote on June 17, 2007:
there should also be a thing on Ramone Villalobos, from Key Desicions (He died and was recognized at the dezi’s)
#29 samhardwick wrote on July 11, 2007:
Gasp. There’s no article for analrapist.
#30 mrpeabody208 wrote on March 27, 2008:
Well that was a freebie...
#31 ILLUSIONS4MONEY wrote on May 16, 2008:
where is the link for the ever-recurring "excuse me" line from Dr.Tobias Fünke??
#32 Brothero wrote on February 14, 2010:
how about "speech, speech, speech"? and "Ive made a huge, tiny mistake"