I get really strange looks though when I utter those words — apparently that phrase isn't part of everybody's vernacular.
I was determined to demonstrate that it's a common phrase; so I decided to use this week's Fun with Ep Titles feature to prove my point. From the list of ep titles that follows, you'll find I proved only one thing. The phrase was pretty common — about forty years ago.
- Barrel, Barrel ... Who's Got the Barrel (''Donkey Kong Country'')
- Bomb, Bomb, Who's Got the Bomb? (''Hawaii Five-O,'' 10/8/1974)
- Bubi, Bubi, Who's Got the Ruby? (''Batman'')
- Budget, Budget, Who's Got the Budget? (''Nancy,'' 12/31/1970)
- Dobie, Dobie, Who's Got Dobie? (''The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,'' 10/17/1961)
- Furniture, Furniture, Who's Got the Furniture? (''Green Acres,'' 10/20/1965)
- Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie? (''I Dream of Jeannie,'' 1/16/1968)
- Guns, Guns, Who's Got the Guns? (''F Troop,'' 3/2/1967)
- Money, Money, Who's Got the Money? (''Pete and Gladys,'' 10/23/1961)
- Money, Money. Who's Got the Money (''Hank,'' 1/14/1966)
- Painting, Painting. Who's Got the Painting? (''Bridget Loves Bernie,'' 2/10/1973)
- Party, Party, Who's Got the Party? (''I'm Dickens, He's Fenster,'' 11/23/1962)
- Planet - Planet - Who's Got the Planet? (''Rocket Robin Hood'')
- Vino, Vino, Who's Got the Vino? (''McHale's Navy,'' 11/16/1965)