“And that’s the way I see it” (Walter Kronkite)
“It’s a curse and a blessing” (Mr.Monk)
“And so it goes” (Rita Mae Brown)
“Sit on it” (Richie Cunningham, Happy Days)
“I like a fresh bowl” (John O’Neil, Ally McBeal) when using the co-ed washroom and a remote control flusher
“If nobody hates you, you’re doing something wrong” (Dr. House)
“In the end, life and business are about human connections” (Michael Scott, The Office)
“It’s all any of us wants, to find a nice person to hang out with til we’re dead. Not a lot to ask!” (Lorelei Gilmore)
“The sea was angry that day, my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli…” (George Costanza, Seinfeld)
What are your favourites?
I have to admit, I would be hard pressed to think about them. I suppose Edward R. Murrow’s closing is the most famous here, but I have forgotten it, LOL!
Nowadays, I listen to so many different media sources that no one of them sticks out in my mind, except Chris Hayes on MSNBC and he simply says “That’s it for All In”.
This post will prompt me to pay more attention! 😀
What can I say? I watch a lot of TV and get involved with the characters who become like family. And I love to laugh so the funny ones stay with me the most. C’est la vie, said the old folks, it goes to show you really can’t tell 🙂
I just realized that Murrow said, “Good night and good luck”. I do also tend to watch the same news people but lately they are making me angry so I have been jumping around. 😀 Things are very strange here in the lower 50 Vera. It might be better for me just not to watch the news at all, hee hee.
There’s a Chinese curse ” may you live in interesting times’ That’s now I think. I try to focus on the positive – it’s a challenge these days. Shalom my So Cal amiga 😄