Catchphrase Quizzes – Our bank of ready-made pub quizzes on the topic of catchphrases.

Comedy Catchphrase Quiz

Quiz 147 – Round 6 – Comedy Catchphrases

Comedy catchphrase quiz – Which UK TV comedy shows made the following catchphrases famous?

1. “I don’t believe it!”

One Foot in the Grave

2. “I have a cunning plan…”


3. “Yeah but no but yeah but…”

Little Britain

4. “Good moaning”

‘Allo ‘Allo!

5. “Oooh! Betty!”

Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em

6. “Thank you very much, Jerry!”

The Good Life

7. “Smeghead”

Red Dwarf

8. “No… no… no… no… yes!”

The Vicar of Dibley

9. “Go on, go on, go on…”

Father Ted

10. “Lovely Jubbly”

Only Fools and Horses


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Catchphrase Quiz

Quiz 82 – Round 5 – Catchphrases

The following are all catchphrases from well-known TV shows. Can you name the show?

1. “What’choo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”

Diff’rent Strokes

2. “Oh my God! They killed Kenny!”

South Park

3. “Just the one, Mrs Wembley.”

On The Up

4. “That’s Nice!”

Mrs Brown’s Boys

5. “Bazinga!”

The Big Bang Theory

6. “No likey, no lighty!”

Take Me Out

7.  “I have a cunning plan…”


8. “Silly old moo.”

Till Death Do Us Part

9. “Danger, Will Robinson!”

Lost in Space

10. “The truth is out there.”







Catchphrase Quiz

Quiz 68 – Round 4 – Catchphrases

Catchphrase quiz – To whom do/did the following catchphrases belong?

1. “A real bobby-dazzler.”

David Dickinson

2. “I mean that most sincerely, folks.”

Hughie Green

3. “Shut that door!”

Larry Grayson

4. “Just like that.”

Tommy Cooper

5. “I’ve started so I’ll finish.”

Magnus Magnusson

6. “What’s your name and where do you come from?”

Cilla Black

7. “…and on that bombshell…”

Jeremy Clarkson

8. “Let’s hear your buzzers.”

Stephen Fry (QI)

9. “Which is better…  There’s only one way to find out… fight!”

Harry Hill

10. “Bear with, bear with…”

Miranda Hart


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TV Catchphrases Quiz

Quiz 55 – Round 3 – Entertainment

TV catchphrases quiz – From which TV programme do these catchphrases come?

1. “Ooh, you are awful, but I like you!”

The Dick Emery Show

2. “Smoke me a kipper, I’ll be back for breakfast.”

Red Dwarf

3. “Cowabunga!”

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

4. “I’m the only gay in the village.”

Little Britain

5. “Ooh, I could crush a grape!”


6. “Permission to speak, Sir!”

Dad’s Army

7. “Suits you, Sir!”

The Fast Show

8. “Bernie, the bolt, please!”

The Golden Shot

9. “Shut that door!”

The Generation Game

10. “Yada, yada, yada.”


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Quiz 33 – Round 3 – Entertainment

This round is a catch phrases quiz – To whom can these famous catchphrases be attributed? In all cases we want the real name of the person whose voice you hear, not character name.

1. “Am I bovvered?”

Catherine Tate

2. “Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into.”

Oliver Hardy

3. “Computer says no.”

David Walliams (Little Britain)

4. “What you talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”

Gary Coleman (Different Strokes)

5. “Eat my shorts.”

Nancy Cartwright (As Bart Simpson)

6. “Book ’em, Danno.”

Jack Lord (As Steve McGarrett in ‘Hawaii Five-O’)

7. “It’s all done in the best possible taste!”

Kenny Everett

8. “Drink! Feck! Arse!”

Frank Kelly (As Father Jack Hackett in ‘Father Ted’)

9. “Back of the net!”

Steve Coogan (As Alan Partridge)

10. “You dirty old man!”

Harry H. Corbett (As Harold Steptoe in ‘Steptoe and Son’)


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Famous Catchphrases

Quiz 5 – Round 3 – Entertainment

This week’s entertainment round is all about famous catchphrases. In each case we want the real name of the person who said it – so in the case of a TV show catchphrase, we want the name of the actor and not the character.

1. ‘You stupid boy!’

Arthur Lowe (Captain Mainwaring in ‘Dad’s Army’)

2. ‘How tickled I am.’

Ken Dodd

3. ‘Ying tong iddle i po.’

Harry Secombe (As Neddie Seagoon in ‘The Goons’)

4. ‘And now for something completely different.’

John Cleese (Monty Python)

5. ‘During the war…’

Buster Merryfield (As Uncle Albert in ‘Only Fools and Horses’)

6. ‘No…no…no…yes!’

Trevor Peacock (As Jim Trott in ‘The Vicar of Dibley’)

7. ‘Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on.’

Pauline McLynn (As Mrs Doyle in ‘Father Ted’)

8. ‘Say what you see.’

Roy Walker (Catchphrase)

9. ‘Start the fans please.’

Richard O’Brien (The Crystal Maze)

10. ‘If the answer’s there, I’ll give you the money myself.’

Les Dennis (Family Fortunes)


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