Episodes: "The Massage," "Vow of Silence"
As Jeff so aptly points out in "The Massage" when Larry dodges what he describes as a "stop 'n' chat," LD is always labeling social practices with new terms (and being an anti-social dick). His cultural influence has never been higher than when he coined the forever relevant term, "chat 'n' cut," later in season eight. We've all encountered this hundreds of times—that entitled douchebag who spots a person they recognize near the front of a line and uses conversation as a thinly veiled excuse to slide in, whether they're actually friends or not. It's totally acceptable to call out these impatient demons whenever necessary, as Larry does. As for the stop 'n' chat, well, anyone who lives in a major city knows nine times out of 10, ain't nobody got time for that.