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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': The episode "Love A.D Style" features Roger abducting Hayley over having an obsessive attraction to her all while acting like a psycho yandere towards her. The reason why Roger acted this way towards Hayley in that episode was because Roger hired Hayley to be a singer at his bar and he ended up becoming attracted to her through her beautiful singing voice.
21st May '17 8:41:56 AM Discar
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', when a [[MadScientist Spark]] goes into TheMadnessPlace, their font and speech bubbles change. A number of characters find this particularly attractive.

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a [[MadScientist Spark]] goes into TheMadnessPlace, their font and speech bubbles change. A number of characters find this particularly attractive.



--> '''Violetta:''' ''Jeez.'' You Sparks get all into your freakish, twisted ''courtship rituals'' and ''totally'' forget that you have an ''audience'', don't you?
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090828#.VvV_E-KLTIU Gil's reaction to seeing Agatha]] in all her MadScientist glory counts, too, considering she's ordering him to '''''"Get on the slab!"'''''
** Tarvek kind of loses track of what he was doing when Agatha [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20120711#.VvWBXuKLTIU has a go at him]] for nearly getting himself killed.
** Sleipnir isn't a Spark, but she [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100906#.VvWA-uKLTIU likes it]] a ''lot'' when Theo goes into TheMadnessPlace.

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--> ---> '''Violetta:''' ''Jeez.'' You Sparks get all into your freakish, twisted ''courtship rituals'' and ''totally'' forget that you have an ''audience'', don't you?
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090828#.VvV_E-KLTIU php?date=20090828 Gil's reaction to seeing Agatha]] in all her MadScientist glory counts, too, considering she's ordering him to '''''"Get on the slab!"'''''
--->'''Gil:''' ''Wow!''\\
'''Moloch:''' ...spooky girl's ''all'' yours, pal.
** Tarvek kind of loses track of what he was doing when Agatha [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20120711#.VvWBXuKLTIU php?date=20120711 has a go at him]] for nearly getting himself killed.
** Sleipnir isn't a Spark, but she [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100906#.VvWA-uKLTIU php?date=20100906 likes it]] a ''lot'' when Theo goes into TheMadnessPlace.
14th May '17 7:00:24 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs: In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempted to invoke this trope on a couple of human women in a coffee shop when they flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their hands and are chased by police by the end of the episode.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs: ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs'': In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempted to invoke this trope on a couple of human women in a coffee shop when they flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their hands and are chased by police by the end of the episode.
14th May '17 6:59:15 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs: In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempt to use this trope to flirt with a couple of human women in a coffee shop and they did this through manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound awesome. Only Zen spoke to the girls, asking them what they thought of his and Mem's "amazing voices" but its clear that Mem was flirting with one of the girls as he was looking at one of the girls while Zen was speaking to them and Mem was wearing a modulator helmet like Zen was. However, they get distracted by the shop cashier as he found their voices to be intimidating. The girls did look attracted to Mem and Zen though.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs: In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempt attempted to use invoke this trope to flirt with on a couple of human women in a coffee shop and when they did this through flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound awesome. Only Zen spoke to the girls, asking them what they thought of his and Mem's "amazing voices" but its clear that Mem was flirting with one of the girls as he was looking at one of the girls while Zen was speaking to them and Mem was wearing a modulator helmet like Zen was. However, they get distracted by cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as he found a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their voices to be intimidating. The girls did look attracted to Mem hands and Zen though.are chased by police by the end of the episode.
30th Mar '17 2:21:49 PM CnHGirl
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' Ryder's initial [[{{Adorkable}} comically inept]] attempt to flirt with Suvi quickly devolves into a tangent on her accent.
27th Mar '17 4:36:18 PM SarisRevant
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' Ryder's initial [[{{Adorkable}} comically inept]] attempt to flirt with Suvi quickly devolves into a tangent on her accent.
17th Mar '17 8:41:42 AM LadyNorbert
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* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Dot Matrix advises Princess Vespa not to be too nasty to Captain Lone Starr (whom they haven't seen yet) because "he's got a sexy voice! He might be cute!" Vespa is unconvinced - right up until she sees the captain, whose appearance does actually match his appealing voice.



* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Dot Matrix advises Princess Vespa not to be too nasty to Captain Lone Starr (whom they haven't seen yet) because "he's got a sexy voice! He might be cute!" Vespa is unconvinced - right up until she sees the captain, whose appearance does actually match his appealing voice.
17th Mar '17 8:40:01 AM LadyNorbert
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* ''Film/WaynesWorld2'' has the boys admiring the smooth-talking Handsome Dan. Later, they promote Wayne-stock on his radio show and...well, let's just say that smooth voice is Creator/HarryShearer.

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* ''Film/WaynesWorld2'' has the boys admiring the smooth-talking Handsome Dan. Later, they promote Wayne-stock on his radio show and... well, let's just say that smooth voice is Creator/HarryShearer.



* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Dot Matrix advises Princess Vespa not to be too nasty to Captain Lone Starr (whom they haven't seen yet) because "he's got a sexy voice! He might be cute!" Vespa is unconvinced - right up until she sees the captain, whose appearance does actually match his appealing voice.



* ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'': ''Lover Eternal'' has Mary the suicide hotline operator whose voice is so appealing that John calls every night just to hear her talk (even though ''he'' is mute) and it literally bespells Rhage, her love interest.

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* ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'': ''Lover Eternal'' has Mary the suicide hotline operator operator, whose voice is so appealing that John calls every night just to hear her talk (even though ''he'' is mute) mute), and it literally bespells Rhage, her love interest.



* ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'': Jaxom first falls in love with Sharra's voice, described as being low and sexy, when she was [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect treating him for Firehead fever]]. She turns out to be fairly pretty, not particularly beautiful, although she certainly thinks she doesn't live up to the image he had built in his head. He likes her anyway.

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* ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'': Jaxom first falls in love with Sharra's voice, described as being low and sexy, when she was she's [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect treating him for Firehead fever]]. She turns out to be fairly pretty, not particularly beautiful, although she certainly thinks she doesn't live up to the image he had built in his head. He likes her anyway.



* In ''Literature/JaneEyre'', Jane describes Mr Rochester's voice as fine and mentions several times that he's a good singer. She wants him to sing for her (to avoid being too intimate in conversation), and he asks if she likes his voice. She says she's not usually fond of pampering his vanity, but she would soothe and stimulate it when she has other motives.

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* In ''Literature/JaneEyre'', Jane describes Mr Mr. Rochester's voice as fine and mentions several times that he's a good singer. She wants him to sing for her (to avoid being too intimate in conversation), and he asks if she likes his voice. She says she's not usually fond of pampering his vanity, but she would soothe and stimulate it when she has other motives.



* In an episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'', Fran once dated a man (Peter Serafinowicz) whom she hates simply because his voice turns her on. When she finds out that he is now doing the nightly shipping forecasts on the radio, she listens to it as a form of porn, then phones him after its over.

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* In an episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'', Fran once dated a man (Peter Serafinowicz) whom she hates simply because his voice turns her on. When she finds out that he is now doing the nightly shipping forecasts on the radio, she listens to it as a form of porn, then phones him after its it's over.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', Truffles recieves a very seductive voice in one episode when using a voice manipulator, causing all the customers to melt instead of getting scared of her, having the same effect on Mung, Chowder and Shnitzel who become so calm over her soothing voice that they feel free to do whatever they want now that no one can scream at them. HilarityEnsues.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', Truffles recieves receives a very seductive voice in one episode when using a voice manipulator, causing all the customers to melt instead of getting scared of her, having the same effect on Mung, Chowder and Shnitzel who become so calm over her soothing voice that they feel free to do whatever they want now that no one can scream at them. HilarityEnsues.
8th Mar '17 10:24:37 AM AthenaBlue
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** Harry invoke this trope with several women, including Susan, and in the first book, Storm Front, Linda Randall's voice ON A PHONE is enough to make him reflexively ask if she's naked.

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** Harry invoke this trope with several women, including Susan, and in the first book, Storm Front, ''Literature/StormFront'', Linda Randall's voice ON A PHONE is enough to make him reflexively ask if she's naked.



* In ''Series/FifteenStoreysHigh'', one character is seen on the phone angrily complaining that the delivery of his fridge is late. All is forgiven after a few soothing words from one of the call centre's staff, and he walks away from the phone satisfied... and very stiffly...



* In ''Series/FifteenStoreysHigh'', one character is seen on the phone angrily complaining that the delivery of his fridge is late. All is forgiven after a few soothing words from one of the call centre's staff, and he walks away from the phone satisfied... and very stiffly...
8th Mar '17 10:23:11 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Manga/KoeDeOshigoto'' is actually entirely about this, being centered around eroge voice acting and all.



* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', when [[TheQuietOne Bui]] speaks for the first time, Koto starts gushing over how sexy his voice is.
* In ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', during the GGO arc, Shino's voice is stated to be high-pitched and clear, and very pleasing to the mostly-male playerbase of the MMO she plays.



* ''Manga/KoeDeOshigoto'' is actually entirely about this, being centered around eroge voice acting and all.
* In ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', during the GGO arc, Shino's voice is stated to be high-pitched and clear, and very pleasing to the mostly-male playerbase of the MMO she plays.



* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', when [[TheQuietOne Bui]] speaks for the first time, Koto starts gushing over how sexy his voice is.



* In ComicBook/XFactor, Siryn's power allows her to manipulate her vocal cords to sound extra sexy, hypnotizing others into giving her what she wants.
* In ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'', [[DirtyCop Officer Tim Munroe]] describes Posion Ivy's voice as being like honey, and when he tries to imagine what she looks like based on her voice his narration trails off.

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* In ComicBook/XFactor, Siryn's power allows her to manipulate her vocal cords to sound extra sexy, hypnotizing others into giving her what she wants.
* In ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'', [[DirtyCop Officer Tim Munroe]] describes Posion Poison Ivy's voice as being like honey, and when he tries to imagine what she looks like based on her voice his narration trails off.off.
* In ''ComicBook/XFactor'', Siryn's power allows her to manipulate her vocal cords to sound extra sexy, hypnotizing others into giving her what she wants.



* Neo's very attracted to Smith's "deep, dark drawl" in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife''. Smith just happens to take advantage of it, especially on their first date.



* In ''Fanfic/RitesOfAscension'', Cadence is apparently turned on by Shining Armor's new and deeper voice after [[spoiler:Luna transforms him into one of her Night Guard]].



* Neo's very attracted to Smith's "deep, dark drawl" in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife''. Smith just happens to take advantage of it, especially on their first date.
* In ''Fanfic/RitesOfAscension'', Cadence is apparently turned on by Shining Armor's new and deeper voice after [[spoiler:Luna transforms him into one of her Night Guard]].



* Korean film ''200 Pounds Beauty'' has the main character Hanna who is obese but has an amazing voice. She provides vocals for the [[AlphaBitch pretty but mean]] Ammy and as another job, she is a phone sex employee. Then again, she was played by the gorgeous Kim Ah Joong, who did all of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJMkP69ua0c&feature=related#t=2m01s her singing]] in the movie.



* ''Film/BruceAlmighty'': After gaining God's powers, Bruce's voice is so sexy that his girlfriend has orgasms from him talking dirty to her! Justified that he's using his powers to make it happen.
* In ''Film/TheHandmaiden'', Lady Hideko's EvilUncle [[CreepyUncle forces her to read from pornographic novels—and reenact certain scenes—for the entertainment and demonstration of other rich men]]. Every time she is shown performing, the men are held enraptured and are shown awkwardly shuffling to cover their arousal.
* This is a driving force behind the plot of ''{{Film/Her}}''.
* ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'': During the opening sequence, hacker and soon-to-be sidekick Matt Farrell comments on the DarkActionGirl's "sexy voice". This [[ChekhovsGun comes in handy later]] when Matt recognizes her voice giving directions over the police radio.
* Brie Larson as Envy Adams in ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'' puts on a constantly-aroused voice which she drops after Scott defeats Todd. Other cast members even comment on it in the DVD.



* In ''Tale of Tales'' the king falls in love with the owner of a wonderful voice. He doesn't suspect that she is in fact an elderly crone.
* ''Film/WaynesWorld2'' has the boys admiring the smooth-talking Handsome Dan. Later, they promote Wayne-stock on his radio show and...well, let's just say that smooth voice is Creator/HarryShearer.



* ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'': During the opening sequence, hacker and soon-to-be sidekick Matt Farrell comments on the DarkActionGirl's "sexy voice." This [[ChekhovsGun comes in handy later]] when Matt recognizes her voice giving directions over the police radio.
* Brie Larson as Envy Adams in ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'' puts on a constantly-aroused voice which she drops after Scott defeats Todd. Other cast members even comment on it in the DVD.
* ''Film/WaynesWorld2'' has the boys admiring the smooth-talking Handsome Dan. Later, they promote Wayne-stock on his radio show and...well, let's just say that smooth voice is Creator/HarryShearer.
* Korean film ''200 Pounds Beauty'' has the main character Hanna who is obese but has an amazing voice. She provides vocals for the [[AlphaBitch pretty but mean]] Ammy and as another job, she is a phone sex employee. Then again, she was played by the gorgeous Kim Ah Joong, who did all of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJMkP69ua0c&feature=related#t=2m01s her singing]] in the movie.
* ''Film/BruceAlmighty'': After gaining God's powers, Bruce's voice is so sexy that his girlfriend has orgasms from him talking dirty to her! Justified that he's using his powers to make it happen.
* This is a driving force behind the plot of ''{{Film/Her}}''.
* In ''Tale of Tales'' the king falls in love with the owner of a wonderful voice. He doesn't suspect that she is in fact an elderly crone.
* In ''Film/TheHandmaiden'', Lady Hideko's EvilUncle [[CreepyUncle forces her to read from pornographic novels—and reenact certain scenes—for the entertainment and demonstration of other rich men]]. Every time she is shown performing, the men are held enraptured and are shown awkwardly shuffling to cover their arousal.



* One episode of ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had Alex dating a woman from an answering service. She was overweight and had a history of men dating her because of her sexy voice and then dumping her as soon as they found what she looked like.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': PerkyGoth Abby Sciuto once went under cover at a telephone sex line. She was chosen for the assignment because of her distinctly raspy voice. Played with by one of the co-workers definitely, and knowingly being separate from her voice. She even grins at Abby after a questioning look.

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* One In ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', Lucille [[OneSteveLimit Two]] is aroused by Gob (Will Arnett) reading a menu in a restaurant in a deep voice.
* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Bernadette and Howard are dog-sitting for Raj and they lose the dog. While out searching for it, they decide they should call the dog's name using Raj's accent, leading to this Ho Yay-packed exchange:
-->'''Howard''': When this all blows over, remember that voice. It’s kind of a turn-on.
-->'''Bernadette''': It turns you on when I sound like Raj?
* In one
episode of ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had Alex dating a woman from an answering service. She the ''Series/BionicWoman'' remake, advantage was overweight and had a history taken of men dating Michelle Ryan's [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents real-life accent]] for an undercover mission her because of character was sent out on... the techie talking to her sexy voice and then dumping her as soon as they found what via an electronic earpiece commented on how hot she looked like.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': PerkyGoth Abby Sciuto once went under cover at a telephone sex line. She was chosen for the assignment because of her distinctly raspy voice. Played with by one of the co-workers definitely, and knowingly being separate from her voice. She even grins at Abby after a questioning look.
sounded.



* The ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode "The Tape" revolves around this. Elaine leaves a provocative message on Jerry's tape recorder as a joke. Only George knows it's actually Elaine. Awkwardness ensues, along with [[HilarityEnsues hilarity]].
* Creator/PeterSellers in ''Series/TheGoonShow'' occasionally voiced a character called "breathy Kensington thing". It's a spookily realistic sexy female impersonation, often accompanied by gags about censorship.
* In the first episode of ''The New Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' the new head of programming listens to some audition tapes; one is a very sexy woman. He is advised by several people that "the sexier the voice the uglier the person" (or words to that effect). He hires the woman sight unseen anyway, and it turns out she's [[http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/CZ_TAWNY_KITAEN.HTM Tawny Kitaen]].
* In one episode of the ''Series/BionicWoman'' remake, advantage was taken of Michelle Ryan's [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents real-life accent]] for an undercover mission her character was sent out on... the techie talking to her via an electronic earpiece commented on how hot she sounded.
* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Phoebe got a cold and was excited about her "new sexy voice".
* The siren switch takes place in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren,'' when Peggy's mother (a fat, hideous redneck woman [[TheUnseen never actually seen]]) starts working for a sex line as "Butter." Al is horrified at first, until the money starts rolling in and he tricks his friends into calling her. When they were all hanging out at the house, she recognizes their voices from upstairs and reveals herself to them, much to their shock.



* In one episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'', Laura has a quite sexual reaction to the voice of an R & B Singer.
* In ''Series/FifteenStoreysHigh'', one character is seen on the phone angrily complaining that the delivery of his fridge is late. All is forgiven after a few soothing words from one of the call centre's staff, and he walks away from the phone satisfied... and very stiffly...
* In ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', Lucille [[OneSteveLimit Two]] is aroused by Gob (Will Arnett) reading a menu in a restaurant in a deep voice.
* An episode of ''Series/NightCourt'' had a group of old ladies as defendants in one case. They turned out to be very talented operators at a phone sex line, whom [[ThePornomancer Dan]] tries (unsuccessfully) to deny recognizing when they turn on their work voices.
* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', a caller admitted that she listened to Frasier's radio show because she got off to the sound of his voice.



* In the ''Series/ModernFamily'' episode "Truth Be Told", Claire discovers that Phil has been corresponding with his ex-girlfriend Denise on Website/{{Facebook}}. Phil insists that nothing untoward is going on and gives Claire all of Denise's messages to read. Claire reads them out loud in a sexy voice, much to Phil's confusion. [[spoiler: Later, Denise visits and says that she thought Phil wanted to have an affair, quoting from his messages to her in a very similar sexy voice.]]
* Jade of ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has a really lovely singing voice. So much that one of her classmates Andre ends up developing a crush on her because of it.



* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken and I've been so lonely not hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.

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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken ''Series/{{Castle}}'': In "Cops and I've been so lonely not Robbers", Trapper John describes Detective Kate Beckett as having a "bedroom voice". In another, when she suddenly is able to translate the Russian they're hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal through their listening device, she suddenly drops into a Russian accent, which her coworkers both agree is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.really hot.



* A ludicrous example occurs in ''Series/StepByStep'', where the girls are all infatuated with the voice of the guy who answers the phone at the pizzeria, so Al asks him on a blind date. It turns out the guy is fat, and the rest of the episode deals with that. But as soon as you see the guy, they completely drop the notion that he had a sexy voice. Instead, he sounds like a cartoon fat guy. (In fact he sounds a lot like Chris Farley, which the episode even explicitly acknowledges.) What happened?
* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': In "Cops and Robbers", Trapper John describes Detective Kate Beckett as having a "bedroom voice." In another, when she suddenly is able to translate the Russian they're hearing through their listening device, she suddenly drops into a Russian accent, which her coworkers both agree is really hot.
* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Bernadette and Howard are dog-sitting for Raj and they lose the dog. While out searching for it, they decide they should call the dog's name using Raj's accent, leading to this Ho Yay-packed exchange:
-->'''Howard''': When this all blows over, remember that voice. It’s kind of a turn-on.
-->'''Bernadette''': It turns you on when I sound like Raj?
* On an episode of ''Series/MurphyBrown,'' one of Murphy's [[RunningGag many, many secretaries]] was a mousy, buttoned-up, librarian-looking woman named Patricia. She starts out OK, but once Murphy leaves the room while Patricia's taking a call, she turns around, drops her voice an octave, and ''in the middle of the FYI newsroom'' starts her second career as a phone sex operator under the alias "Bambi." Later on, when Murphy finds out, and tells the guy on the phone that Bambi was sent back to the forest and she was Thumper, she talks to him for a second, then monotonously starts saying, "I'm hot, I'm on fire, oh boy, oh baby, oh baby," which, [[{{Squick}} judging by her reaction,]] still did the trick.
* ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'':
--> '''Earl:''' What she sound like?
--> '''Man:''' She sounded like a real ride on the hay train. Not that I could do anything about it now. My penis lost all feeling in 1993.
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Scorpion Scorpion]]:
--> Episode 14 - Charades, when Walter is fake being seduced by the Agent he says "I love hearing your voice in my ear" Directly saying it to Paige, who is confused as if he said it to her or the agent.
* A girl that Chase meets in the ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'' episode "Wishing for a Hero" has this reaction to his New Zealand accent.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In the episode "Listen," Clara compares the Twelfth Doctor's deep Scottish accent to mood lighting in a moment that's usually classified as ShipTease by fans.


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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E4Listen "Listen"]], Clara compares the Twelfth Doctor's deep Scottish accent to mood lighting in a moment that's usually classified as ShipTease by fans.
* In one episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'', Laura has a quite sexual reaction to the voice of an R & B Singer.
* In ''Series/FifteenStoreysHigh'', one character is seen on the phone angrily complaining that the delivery of his fridge is late. All is forgiven after a few soothing words from one of the call centre's staff, and he walks away from the phone satisfied... and very stiffly...
* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', a caller admitted that she listened to Frasier's radio show because she got off to the sound of his voice.
* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Phoebe got a cold and was excited about her "new sexy voice".
* Creator/PeterSellers in ''Series/TheGoonShow'' occasionally voiced a character called "breathy Kensington thing". It's a spookily realistic sexy female impersonation, often accompanied by gags about censorship.
* The siren switch takes place in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren,'' when Peggy's mother (a fat, hideous redneck woman [[TheUnseen never actually seen]]) starts working for a sex line as "Butter". Al is horrified at first, until the money starts rolling in and he tricks his friends into calling her. When they were all hanging out at the house, she recognizes their voices from upstairs and reveals herself to them, much to their shock.
* In the ''Series/ModernFamily'' episode "Truth Be Told", Claire discovers that Phil has been corresponding with his ex-girlfriend Denise on Website/{{Facebook}}. Phil insists that nothing untoward is going on and gives Claire all of Denise's messages to read. Claire reads them out loud in a sexy voice, much to Phil's confusion. [[spoiler: Later, Denise visits and says that she thought Phil wanted to have an affair, quoting from his messages to her in a very similar sexy voice.]]
* On an episode of ''Series/MurphyBrown'', one of Murphy's [[RunningGag many, many secretaries]] was a mousy, buttoned-up, librarian-looking woman named Patricia. She starts out OK, but once Murphy leaves the room while Patricia's taking a call, she turns around, drops her voice an octave, and ''in the middle of the FYI newsroom'' starts her second career as a phone sex operator under the alias "Bambi." Later on, when Murphy finds out, and tells the guy on the phone that Bambi was sent back to the forest and she was Thumper, she talks to him for a second, then monotonously starts saying, "I'm hot, I'm on fire, oh boy, oh baby, oh baby," which, [[{{Squick}} judging by her reaction,]] still did the trick.
* ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'':
--> '''Earl:''' What she sound like?
--> '''Man:''' She sounded like a real ride on the hay train. Not that I could do anything about it now. My penis lost all feeling in 1993.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': PerkyGoth Abby Sciuto once went undercover at a telephone sex line. She was chosen for the assignment because of her distinctly raspy voice. Played with by one of the co-workers definitely, and knowingly being separate from her voice. She even grins at Abby after a questioning look.
* An episode of ''Series/NightCourt'' had a group of old ladies as defendants in one case. They turned out to be very talented operators at a phone sex line, whom [[ThePornomancer Dan]] tries (unsuccessfully) to deny recognizing when they turn on their work voices.
* A girl that Chase meets in the ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'' episode "Wishing for a Hero" has this reaction to his New Zealand accent.
* ''Series/{{Scorpion}}'': Episode 14 - "Charades", when Walter is fake being seduced by the Agent he says "I love hearing your voice in my ear" Directly saying it to Paige, who is confused as if he said it to her or the agent.
* The ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode "The Tape" revolves around this. Elaine leaves a provocative message on Jerry's tape recorder as a joke. Only George knows it's actually Elaine. Awkwardness ensues, along with [[HilarityEnsues hilarity]].
* A ludicrous example occurs in ''Series/StepByStep'', where the girls are all infatuated with the voice of the guy who answers the phone at the pizzeria, so Al asks him on a blind date. It turns out the guy is fat, and the rest of the episode deals with that. But as soon as you see the guy, they completely drop the notion that he had a sexy voice. Instead, he sounds like a cartoon fat guy. (In fact he sounds a lot like Chris Farley, which the episode even explicitly acknowledges.) What happened?
* One episode of ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had Alex dating a woman from an answering service. She was overweight and had a history of men dating her because of her sexy voice and then dumping her as soon as they found what she looked like.
* Jade of ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has a really lovely singing voice. So much that one of her classmates Andre ends up developing a crush on her because of it.
* In the first episode of ''The New Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' the new head of programming listens to some audition tapes; one is a very sexy woman. He is advised by several people that "the sexier the voice the uglier the person" (or words to that effect). He hires the woman sight unseen anyway, and it turns out she's [[http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/CZ_TAWNY_KITAEN.HTM Tawny Kitaen]].
* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken and I've been so lonely not hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.
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