knock them in the aisles

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knock them in the aisles

old-fashioned To thoroughly impress, overwhelm, or excite a group of spectators (almost always identified by the pronoun "them"). Good luck, honey. I know your presentation is going to knock them in the aisles today! Our next guest is a young comedian who's been touring the country, knocking them in the aisles with his edgy humor.
See also: aisle, knock

knock them in the aisles

amaze and impress people. informal
See also: aisle, knock