|1.||Smooth move, Ferguson|
A phrase uttered when a person does a particularly silly or clutz-like act. (i.e. tripping, failing a pick-up line)
Used just like "smooth move," "smooth move, Ferguson" gets its origin from the NBC sitcom, 30 Rock in the episode, "Everything Sunny All the Time Always" Where Tracy Jordan wants to be in on the inside joke - "smooth move, Ferguson!"
(Someone just trips over their own foot)
You: "Smooth move, Ferguson!"