The list is an interesting assortment of cultural catch phrases, and I am intrigued to see which is considered to be the top one. Personally, I don’t agree with a few of their choices, just because they were one-off things, like "Ask not what your country can do for you…" or "Do you believe in miracles?".
Yes, they happened on TV, and became part of the American lexicon, but they belong in the "greatest political catchphrases" and "greatest sports catchphrases" of all time, but not necessarily here. Also, "Oh, my nose" is in the list, attributed to Macia Brady, when we all know that "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia" is the far more popular quote from the Brady Bunch. They mention it in TV Land’s page for the upcoming event, but it isn’t on the list in the news story.
Overall, I think that the omission of "eat my shorts" by Bart Simpson is a travesty. Anyone who grew up in the 90’s saw that phrase on bumper stickers, t-shirts and posters everywhere. "They killed Kenny" is listed for South Park, but I think that "You will respect my authority" is right up there as well.