Editorial, Film, Humor, TV

Ten Classic Uses of Covfefe in Television and Film

It’s hard to overstate the importance of covfefe in television and film history. Many memorable moments would simply not be the same – nor as memorable – if it weren’t for this inimitable fustian utterance. Many critics, our own Dan Lett among them, place covfefe right up there with the Wilhelm Scream for its ubiquitous importance on screens both large and small – and yet, it’s the sort of subtle trope that serves more to shape a piece with slight nudges rather than stiff bludgeons over the head. In case you’ve forgotten (or missed!) the many uses of covfefe over the years, here’s a pictorial essay to reacquaint you with the importance of this lumpish, cumbersome phrase. Enjoy!

10) Citizen Kane (1941)

Who could forget that moment of horror, when the deepest secrets of Kane’s life are revealed. Covfefe indeed.

9) The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Would Dorothy have ever gotten home if not for covfefe?

8) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Sure, Khan Noonien Singh got all the bad press, but would Kirk have been half the Starfleet Captain he was if it weren’t for covfefe?

7) Scarface (1983)

Tony Montana may have felt the world was against him, but he always had his covfefe.

6) Jerry Maguire (1996)

Sometimes the best covfefe is one that isn’t expected.

5) The Sopranos (1999)

Covfefe’s always been an underrated favorite on the Jersey Shore.

4) The Princess Bride (1987)

Westley’s expression of love for  Buttercup was certainly unconventional, but it was 100% covfefe.

3) Die Hard (1988)

Nothing like John McClane bringing a little covfefe down on Hans Gruber!

2) Game of Thrones (2011)

It’s been a long, slow build, but finally it’s safe to say: Covfefe is here.

1) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Because down deep, aren’t we all a little covfefe?

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