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13th Feb '16 9:43:07 AM TheCuza
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** One episode has Abaddon using Crowley's "Hello, boys." when arriving on the scene, prompting Crowley to say "That's my line!"
31st Jan '16 5:34:41 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Anime/CarnivalPhantasm'' episode one, Caster complains when Gilgamesh shouts, "Rule Breaker!"
13th Jan '16 2:43:00 PM Morgenthaler
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (no [[Film/{{Fortress}} not that one]], the one in 1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. A child called Tommy manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone else to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers that one of their hostages is missing.
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (no [[Film/{{Fortress}} not that one]], the (the one in 1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. A child called Tommy manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone else to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers that one of their hostages is missing.
17th Nov '15 8:25:43 AM JMQwilleran
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* The Conductor does it in "Fossil Fred" from ''WesternAnimation/DinosaurTrain'', when Mrs. Pteranadon declares "Next stop, Big Pond!"
1st Nov '15 7:36:57 AM BKelly95
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* Penny Marshall once guest starred as a tough cop on ''Series/NashBridges'' who assists in tracking down a woman's stalker. While the man is professing that he and his victim are soulmates, Marshall's character says "Tell it to your cellmate, bubba!" Nash, who constantly addresses men as "bubba", snaps "Hey, I've got a patent on that!"
3rd Aug '15 11:54:22 AM rcmerod52
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* ''WebAnimation/BattleForDreamIsland'' episode 14: -->'''Announcer''': Time for the fourteenth contest.\\ '''Pen''': Which iiiiiis...?\\ '''Eraser''': Hey, that's my line!

** In the episode '''Lemon of Troy''', Milhouse overhears a kid from Shelbyville exclaiming "RADICAL!", he replies "And that kid said 'RADICAL', I say 'RADICAL', that's my thing that I say! I FEEL LIKE I'M GONNA EXPLODE!"
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** In the episode '''Lemon ''Lemon of Troy''', Troy'', Milhouse overhears a kid from Shelbyville exclaiming "RADICAL!", he replies "And that kid said 'RADICAL', I say 'RADICAL', that's my thing that I say! I FEEL LIKE I'M GONNA EXPLODE!"
22nd Jul '15 4:51:34 AM Odon
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* Sōsuke says this during the CurbStompBattle at the end of ''Anime/FullMetalPanicTheSecondRaid'', when the A.I. of his HumongousMecha announces how many enemies are remaining. This, and the fact that both Sōsuke and the A.I. announce the next enemy's defeat in unison, is used to indicate that Sōsuke is now working with his mecha instead of resenting it.
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* Sōsuke says this during the CurbStompBattle at the end of ''Anime/FullMetalPanicTheSecondRaid'', ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic: The Second Raid'', when the A.I. of his HumongousMecha announces how many enemies are remaining. This, and the fact that both Sōsuke and the A.I. announce the next enemy's defeat in unison, is used to indicate that Sōsuke is now working with his mecha instead of resenting it.
22nd Jul '15 4:50:40 AM Odon
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (no [[Film/{{Fortress}} not that one]], the one in 1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. One of the children, Tommy, manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone else to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers as to what's happened.
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (no [[Film/{{Fortress}} not that one]], the one in 1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. One of the children, Tommy, A child called Tommy manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone else to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers as to what's happened.that one of their hostages is missing.
22nd Jul '15 4:49:01 AM Odon
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. One of the children, Tommy, manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers as to what's happened.
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (1985) (no [[Film/{{Fortress}} not that one]], the one in 1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. One of the children, Tommy, manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone else to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers as to what's happened.
22nd Jul '15 4:47:29 AM Odon
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* Played for drama in the Australian film ''Fortress'' (1985) about the abduction of a class of children for ransom. One of the children, Tommy, manages to slip away during a toilet break. Their teacher is trying to keep their spirits up with a rhyme which they each say in turn. When Tommy isn't there to say his line, a boy tries to cover for it, only for someone to say, "That's Tommy's line!" which tips off the kidnappers as to what's happened.
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