O&A Catch Phrases and References

Josh_R

Registered User
#1
We all know that the boys love their catch phrases and obscure references, but we don't all know where they came from. I though I would start a thread where people could post questions about a certain one and others can fill us in as to the genesis of the phrase.(feel free to destroy me if I missed a similar thread from 2006 or whatever)
I always wondered where "Hello Billlll" when they answer the phones came from.
Also "So-sy-o-tee" (society). I assume that is from Rev Al or something.
 

Yesterdays Hero

She's better than you, Smirkalicious.
#2
Soh-Si-Oh-Tee is from an episode of Quincy (Jimcy). Some Shwoogie with a 70's accent.
 

Josh_R

Registered User
#7
#10
Thanks. It only turned out to be a 2 page thread specifically about the "Hello Bill" phrase. I wanted to make an ongoing thread for people to post in as they hear new ones.
Hey dummy, you asked for an explanation of "hello Bill" so I provided it. It wasn't supposed to be anything more than that.
 

Off-White-Power

High maintenance, low tolerance
#17
The one I could never figure out was what movie "cray-zayyyyy" is from. Fiddle-isk? Help?
 

DrewDown

All are welcome
#21
I for one wonder what it would be like if the show ever came to life...
 

Gonzoid

The Tenacious T-Bagger
#22

transit grinder

Baglin' with the Sex
#25
My favorite catchphrase is when they all stop and shout halibut cock in unison.
 
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