Trope Workshop:Catchphrase Spouting Duo

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A pair of young slackers who provide a steady stream of neologistic slang for America's youth.

May overlap with Those Two Guys and Heterosexual Life Partners.

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Examples of Catchphrase Spouting Duo include:


Anime and Manga

Film

Live-Action TV

'Bitch.'
'Jerk.'

  • Shawn and Gus from Psych. Oh, Lord, the catchphrases.[context?]
  • Wheel of Fortune host-hostess tandem Pat Sajak and Vanna White usually sign off with some variation of "We'll see you next time." "Bye bye!"
  • Similarly, Chuck Woolery and Stacey Hayes (later Shandi Finessey) of Lingo would sign off with "It's not just letters…" "…it's Lingo."

Professional Wrestling

  • Edge and Christian in the WWF, who were later joined by Kurt Angle.[context?]
  • 3.0, Scott "Jagged" Parker & Shane Matthews, in CHIKARA. BOOYAH![context?]

Radio

  • Though not young, not American, not really slackers and often just giving old phrases national airing, Radio 1 DJs Mark and Lard were a two-man catchphrase factory, whose comic nonsense was borrowed by other DJs and requested by listeners regardless of context.
    • MOD: Which "Radio 1"? (Probably not CBC's, since CBC Radio 1 very rarely airs DJs.)

Western Animation