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Gotcha (colloquial for "got you") or I gotcha may refer to:
- Gotcha (programming), a counter-intuitive, but documented, behavior in a computer system (as opposed to a bug)
- "Gotcha", a practical joke performed on a celebrity on the television program Noel's House Party
- Gotcha (video game), a 1973 arcade game
- Gotcha journalism, a newspaper reporting style
- Gotcha (headline), a controversial frontpage headline which appeared in The Sun newspaper, on 4 May 1982
- Assassin (game), a live action game (also known as Gotcha)
- The title of the Starsky and Hutch theme song
- "Gotcha", an episode of Coupling
- "Gotcha" (song), a song by Jessica Mauboy
Gotcha! (with an exclamation point) is also the title of:
- Gotcha! (1985 film), starring Anthony Edwards and Linda Fiorentino
- Gotcha! The Sport!, a 1987 video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System
- Gotcha! (album) 1999 album by Salsa band DLG
- Gotcha! (funk band), a Dutch funk band
- Gotcha! (quartet), a barbershop quartet
I Gotcha may refer to:
- Yod-coalescence, the linguistic process by which "got you" becomes "gotcha"
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