Since the debate either pre-empted Tuesday night programming or prompted the networks to air repeats (other than the CW, and I'm taking a break from "90210"), it's open question time: what one pop culture quote do you find yourself using most in everyday conversation?
For me, it's the one in the subject line, from "The Simpsons" episode "A Star Is Burns," in which Springfield hosts a film festival and Homer and Marge wind up ont eh judges' panel with Jay Sherman from "The Critic." Despite it being the one episode Matt Groening refuses to watch (because he feels Fox forced them to include Jay Sherman as a promotional gimmick), it actually has a whole bunch of lines I use all the time ("I was saying 'Boo-urns,'" "On closer inspection, these are loafers," and, especially, "It's not that tough being a film cricket.") But the one about "Football in the Groin" (and Homer can't even get the title right; Hans Moleman's opus is actually called "Man Getting Hit By Football") says so much about lowest common denominator entertainment that it practically comes up daily for me.
So what's yours?