TV Words

Scot LaFaive spiderrmonkey at HOTMAIL.COM
Wed Dec 6 16:33:16 UTC 2006

What about "Dy-no-mite!" Not a new word, but a new pronunciation. I just
want to see JJ Walker get into a linguistic text.

Scot LaFaive

>From: Mark Peters <markpeters33 at YAHOO.COM>
>Reply-To: American Dialect Society <ADS-L at LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
>Subject: TV Words
>Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 08:17:11 -0800
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>Poster:       Mark Peters <markpeters33 at YAHOO.COM>
>Subject:      TV Words
>I'm working on a big project about words (not catchphrases) that started on
>TV shows. I'm interested in both successful and unsuccessful words, and I
>already have a boatload of terms from the usual suspects (Seinfeld,
>Simpsons, Buffy, Daily Show, Colbert). I need words from a wider range of
>old and new shows.
>   Suggestions? I appreciate any leads.
>   Mark Peters
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