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List of Scott's Frequently Repeated Phrases

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They're not catchphrases, because he says them during the content of the episode, as opposed to at the beginning. Help me think of them all!

 

1. My wife.

2. Buhbuhbuhbonusuhsuhsuhsuh.

3. It's been.

4. 5, 4, 3, nose, 1.

5. Maybe it's just me, but for me.

6. That's a classic Would You Rather blunder.

7. In the biz. Business.

8. Marc MaRON.

9. Thank you so much.

10. Hollywood nights.

11. Downtown Abbey.

12. This country is in trouble.

13. President Barack Hussein Obamacare.

14. Burying the lede.

15. Gilding the lily.

16. Open-door policy.

 

Please help!

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6. What's going on with The Murphy Group?

7. Classic Would-You-Rather Blunder

8. That's Part and Parcel of What We Do...

 

so many more, just blanking right now...

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I'm not including phrases from the ads, since he kind of has to say them during every ad. Thing like that include "I'll see you at the movies!" and "B-O-N-O-B-O-S DOT COOOOOM for better fitting men's clothes!"

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11. Hollywood nights! I mean...yeah.

12. Just bro-ing out with my bro (This one is pretty rare so I don't know if it qualifies, generally with Mantzoukas or Harris)

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Downtown abbey

 

I'm gunna have to dock you points for that

 

Friend of the show

 

Both Scott and Jason Mantzoukas say "Oh Boy" or "Woah Boy" a lot when things escalate with a character

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iPad, iPod -- "I" just don't know anymore

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"I'll see you at the movies!"

I haven't heard it in a while, but I hope "I'll see you at the movies!" has been retired in honor its being Roger Ebert's last (public) words.

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I've noticed Scott enjoys the expressions "burying the lede" and "gilding the lily" both quite a little bit. Does he always use them correctly? I couldn't say; I'm not sure what they mean.

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As you know we have an open-door policy...

 

Shut the fuck up.

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As you know we have an open-door policy...

 

Shut the fuck up.

 

Scott doesn't get absurdly angry that much, but when he does, it's fucking golden

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I've noticed Scott enjoys the expressions "burying the lede" and "gilding the lily" both quite a little bit. Does he always use them correctly? I couldn't say; I'm not sure what they mean.

 

I'm not sure what gilding the lily means, but burying the lead refers to telling a story without starting with the most important/interesting fact.

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He pronounces 'been' in "Have you ever been" or "I've never been" like 'bean'. I don't really know if that would be considered a catchphrase

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