- n. Plural form of shout-out.
“During the address, Kasich imitated a Parkinson's patient, cried, insulted the people of California, praised his 'hot wife,' gave 14 shout-outs to the same person and played an awards show host while tearfully channeling a famously emotional fellow Ohio Republican, House Speaker John Boehner.”
“Mad Men and Breaking Bad got specific shout-outs as well.”
“Earle, appearing solo and playing a variety of acoustic instruments, laid out the evening's agenda early in his opening set with his "Christmas in Washington," with its many shout-outs to progressive icons - Joe Hill, Woody Guthrie, and Malcolm X among them.”
“In his Conan video blog, the funnyman reveals that he did a music video a few weeks ago called "Thursday" that is vaguely similar to Black's "Friday" clip, with shout-outs to cereal (Cap'n Crunch) and driving in cars (his beloved 1992 Ford Taurus).”
“And while no network can avoid the mandatory Super Bowl TV pregame elements required by federal law — cooking segments, symbolic shout-outs to U.S. troops overseas, features on giant NFL players helping tiny kids — CBS didn't overdo them.”
“And lots of shout-outs to Lenin and even - oddly - Stalin.”
“Micheal McMahon, the Staten Island Democrat seeking a second term in New York's 13th Congressional district, which also includes parts of Southwest Brooklyn, locked in two big newspaper shout-outs this week.”
“There were still plenty of shout-outs both good and bad about "Avatar" and "Sherlock Holmes," though, the latter of which was so packed that even Nicky Hilton couldn't get in.”
“Seriously, the only thing we really learn about Whitney here is that she's a huge fan of shout-outs (they pop up in the heavily synthesized "Nothin 'But Love," again in "For the Lovers," which is for the lovers, in "Worth It," which is also for the lovers, and her remake of "A Song for You," which is for you, of course).”
“Most Meta, Part I: Castle is never shy about dropping Firefly shout-outs in honor of leading man Nathan Fillion, no matter how blatant (see: last season's Halloween episode) or subtle (see: this week's).”
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