So I'm noticing there are some occurrences of a fixed usage of “and you,” mainly in titles of articles introducing something new or important to reader.
It goes like “object inheritance, polymorphism, and you.”
The repeating occurrences make me think it has special origins. I Googled for a while but failed to figure out, because search results are full of explanations about “and you” as a trailing question or in other usages.
Is this a usage with sound origin, or just a common idiom?