We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

Montage maestro, Rich Four Four, takes it upon himself to put together a supercut of characters saying “We’re not in Kansas anymore.”

Despite the fact that no one gets the original line from the The Wizard of Oz completey right (“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore”), it nonetheless evokes that film every time it’s said. What’s interesting to me about that is that it’s at cliche status at this point, yet unlike, say, “catch-22” or the also frequently mangled “You’re going to need a bigger boat,” the saying hasn’t superseded its source, no matter how many times it’s been said (as evident in the amount of times Toto and Dorothy are brought up alongside it). It’s pretty amazing how tenacious a hold Oz still has on pop culture (I find myself referencing it constantly, and not just in the “Kansas” way).

Now, if he could only put together a montage of Matthew MaCounaghy’s wit and wisdom my life would be complete.  [via FourFour]

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