It's that time of year -- a time when the entire Internet makes its year-end lists for all those folks who appreciate procrastinating aids. So who are we to deny you?
We painstakingly went through our DVR -- and our
To get you started, here's what caught our attention this year (in no particular order):
"If you don't know who I am, then maybe your best course would be to tread lightly."
-- Walter White (
Don't let the khakis fool you: You don't want to be threatened by Walter White, a.k.a. Heisenberg. In the opener to the final episodes of the
"How many dead babies does it take to ruin a carpet?"
-- Gemma (
The grim zinger from the show's matriarch in the morose lead-up to the jaw-dropping finale made us rewind to make sure we heard right.
"What's insane is a 10% levy on baked goods."
-- Ichabod Crane ("Sleepy Hollow")
It's hard to pick our favorite fish-out-of-water observation about the 21st century from the vintage fellow, but this one had us clapping.
"There's always hope tomorrow will be taco night."
-- Nicky ("Orange is the New Black")
"Not great, Bob!"
-- Pete Campbell ("Mad Men")
It was the moment made for Vine. There's nothing better than sweet, dear Pete Campbell annoyed with Bob Benson.
-- Olivia Pope (
It was the word that blew up Twitter in May. In the big twist Season 2 finale of "Scandal," viewers learned that shady Rowan, the leader of the black ops
"I think we should make some new rules before they get back. I hereby declare we have spaghetti Tuesdays every Wednesday. First we have to find some spaghetti."
-- Hershel Greene ("The Walking Dead")
Leave it to old Hershel to bring it all back to important matters in between trying to civilize the running of the prison.
"She's on a flip phone, Jess. She's either poor or a time traveler."
-- Schmidt ("New Girl")
We had to look up to make sure Schmidt wasn't talking about our mom.
"They were out of baguettes, so I bought croissants."
-- Saul Berenson ("Homeland")
It made us long for a "four months later" tag to run across our life.
"Someday, I'm going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull."
-- Arya (
The perfect message to include in those family holiday cards.