What "Nanu Nanu" Means In Daryl Dixon Episode 2

In the second episode of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, the phrase "Nanu Nanu" from the 1970s show Mork & Mindy makes a surprising return. A group of French children in the episode use the phrase to honor their deceased teacher, whom they learned of through an old VHS tape of the sitcom. The children's limited exposure to pop culture shows how the show has influenced their language, and it also holds personal meaning for Daryl, who recalls watching it with his brother as a child.

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