The episode: “The Puma Man,” ep. 903
The riff: Added by Mike to the end of a car-driver’s sentence as he talks to other thugs over a dash-mounted radio.
The explanation: “Good buddy” was apparently a staple term of 1970s CB radio enthusiasts, particularly truck drivers, who evolved the CB slang into its own little anti-language. In CB parlance, “good buddy” was something one would call a fellow CB user who you were friends with over the air. Interestingly, from what I read the term eventually fell out of favor, and now “good neighbor” is more common. In fact, it sounds as if “good buddy” took on a secondary meaning, a somewhat derogatory one applying it to gay truckers looking for other interested men.
Novelty factor: I have always been amused by trucker lingo, especially “I’ll catch you on the big bounce-around,” whatever that means. Never heard this, though.
NOTE: Don’t watch this video if you are easily offended by idiots. I believe it sums up the average user of this terminology in 2013, though. Can you believe this has only 1 view? What a crime.