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== Eh! Steve reference to happy days? ==
== Eh! Steve reference to happy days? ==
: Does anyone think Eh steve saying "Eh steve!" is a reference to Fonzi's catchphrase "Ehhhh!"
: Does anyone think Eh steve saying "Eh steve!" is a reference to Fonzi's catchphrase "Ehhhh!"
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::Nope. I think it's a reference to the Seinfeld episode called "The Kiss Hello" where, at around 12m43s, Kramer goes "Eh!....Steve!" [[Special:Contributions/109.157.52.51|109.157.52.51]] 15:34, 6 September 2012 (UTC)
 
== Quite certain it's SOLID ==
== Quite certain it's SOLID ==

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