Television-related fads

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Television-related Fads category

  • "Giggity Giggity"; Glenn Quagmire's (nonsensical) catchphrase from the cartoon "Family Guy", often used in similar situations as the ualaelaleale fad.
  • "Data just ran"; features an animated gif of Lieutenant Commander Data from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Data's Day running in place while the song "I Ran" plays in the background.
  • "They spinnin', nigga, they spinnin'!". Chris Rock's comedy skits, usually accompanied by an image of something spinning.
  • George Costanza! A gif of a shirtless George Costanza from Seinfeld shooting various items out of his nipples (usually milk), mainly accompanied by "Go Go Naruto" from the anime Naruto.
  • The More You Know, where little vox pop-style clips from celebrities are presented as public service announcements in the style of NBC's "The More You Know" PSAs.
  • Kirby explains..., a counterpart to "Sonic Sez", in which Kirby points at a blackboard with a pointer and explains what he has drawn. This is a scene taken from "Kirby: Right Back at Ya!", and originally had Kirby pointing a board filled with his random scribbles, and babbling on about a plan. His speech and/or his drawings are edited.
  • Nelson is an artist; a scene from The Simpsons where the character Nelson is drawing a random picture.
  • Riker watches...; Riker from Star Trek series is watching various things from his monitor. Usually he is smiling first, but frowns after watching something.
  • Worf watches or Worf is entertained by...; A scene where Worf from Star Trek series watches something weird to which Worf replies 'Hahahahaha...impossible!.
  • 'Bubb Rubb; from a TV station's report on whistle-tips in cars. Bubb Rubb (as he gave his name) was interviewed by the reporter and subsequently imitated how "the whistles go." Most sites consist of a Photoshopped picture of Rubb with part of his dialogue from the report in other musical contexts.
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