ChatterBank1 min ago
Sit, boo-boo, sit. Good dog.
Anyone know what tv show this line was at the end of?
You know, like 'I made this' at the end of the X-Files, or 'Shhh!' at the end of The Simpsons?
This has been bugging me for weeks now since someone said it at work, and they haven't a clue why they said it!
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Can't say I'm much the wiser, but I guess it must have been Family Ties. I seem to remember watching that on an odd occasion when I was younger, though I couldn't tell you a thing about it except for the obvious Michael J. Fox reference.I've never seen Spin City, so that's not where I've heard it! Thanks.
This gives a list of stuff he's been involved in, but I also rember a more recent show with the 'UBU Productions' tag at the end & never watched any of the recent ones on that list, so if you can find a full list of TV shows made by 'Ubu Productions' post it here please.
Now that I know about UBU Productions, I've had a wee search and found the following site:
It's got a decent list of closing titles. UBU can be found in the Vanity thread.
Thanks for the help guys.
Thanks a lot disco stu!!!! this is now driving me insane - I've done no work and spent half the day looking for programmes made by ubu!! It's definately on something else that either is still on or was on a lot not that long ago.
I think it's a comedy - and i can even hear the end of the music in my head before the sit ubu bit. I'm not going to be at peace till i know!!!!
A 2005 episode of Family Guy pays homage to Ubu. When Peter and his friends attend an '80s TV Convention, a sign at the front door reads, "In Loving Memory of Ubu." The show also makes an oblique reference in the 2000 episode "Running Mates", where Peter ends a speech with the phrase "Sit Ubu, sit. Good dog." In the French audio track, Peter "explains" that Ubu is his dog--perhaps because French audiences would not have been familiar with Ubu Productions.