With their hokey humor and easily solved crises, those shows led straight into the era of Ellen and Will & Grace.
Commenting on his vanilla—some might even say “hokey”—demeanor, my wife said he reminded her of the father on Leave It to Beaver.
There was the morning chat show circuit, a series of hokey exercise videos, even a perfume.
We used to close our meetings with a hokey phrase: “May the great master of all Scouts be with us till we meet again.”
There was the lifeless and hokey Management ($934,000 box office) and Love Happens ($22 million).
Oh, by the hokey, the sarvint boy's down—the heart's blood iv a toss—an' oh, bloody wars!
hokey Pokey took it with many thanks, and then went on his way.
He had scarcely opened the door when he started back in surprise, exclaiming, "By hokey, if there isn't a basket on the steps!"
By the hokey; if Sally Jones is'nt real grit, there's no snakes.
hokey Pokey stepped lightly forward, and dropped the round loaf down the great red throat.
False and meretricious; very dubious; phony: hokey confections that public taste ought to repudiate/ The radio is jammed with hokey copies of US and European rock and roll songs (1927+)