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Can you name the famous phrases from various media and pop culture that begin with ''And'?

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Pop culture idiom originally from the G.I. Joe Cartoon PSAs—one character says “now we know” (or “now you know”) and another one says…
Title for an award-winning physics-based computer game—translated from the phrase “E pur si muove”, supposedly uttered by Galileo after being forced to recant.
Five concluding words of the oft-quoted passage in Revelation (6:8): And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death…
1970 Al Pacino film, 1988 Metallica album, and the last four words of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Follow-up to “Bed, Bath” or “To Infinity”
Catchphrase from a 2005 sports broadcast and online video sensation. Begins “Later he gets the rebound, passes it to the man, shoots it. . .”
Beatles song from the Revolver album; originally written with the working title “You Don’t Get Me”
1993 Documentary spoof on the making of a big-budget Bible Picture. Phrase frequently found in The Bible whenever the Man Upstairs has something to say.
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Nonfiction book by journalist Randy Shilts about the discovery and spread of HIV and AIDS. Adapted into an HBO film of the same name in 1993.
Agatha Christie detective novel about a group of strangers getting bumped off one at a time that has also been published and filmed under the title “Ten Little Indians”.
Monty Python’s first theatrical release (a ‘best of’ anthology) and a phrase commonly used on their TV series as a means of transitioning from one sketch to another.
Anchorman and TV icon Walter Cronkite’s trademark sign-off.
Signature tune from Broadway musical Dreamgirls, made into a top twenty hit when Jennifer Hudson sang her way to an Oscar with it in the 2006 film adaptation.
What famously follows “I am serious” in the movie Airplane. (OR what is said after “The fog is getting thicker” in the same film.)
1970 Van Morrison song from his album Moondance that begins “Half a mile from the county fair/And the rain keep pourin’ down…”

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