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Can be played for {{Tragedy}} seeing how all the speakers of this line apparently fully expect to end up in a place of eternal torment when they die.

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Can be played for {{Tragedy}} seeing how all the speakers of this line apparently fully expect to end up in a place of eternal torment when they die.
die, though other times it can suggest that the character is a CardCarryingVillain.
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* The Thenardiers' parting words in ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' are, "And when we're rich as Croesus, Jesus, won't we see you all in hell!"

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* The Thenardiers' parting words in ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' are, "And when we're rich as Croesus, Jesus, won't we see you all in hell!"hell!" It's their way of lampshading their own KarmaHoudini status.
23rd Jun '17 6:30:35 PM merotoker
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** Also, one of the most ironic versions of this trope come into play during [[spoiler:King Bradley's fight with Greed and Fu. After getting fatally wounded by Bradley, Fu, quite aware that he's beyond saving, rushes to Bradley to suicide bomb him as a LastStand. But right before anything else happens, Bradley, without a second's hesitation, raises his sword and cuts the fuses off from the dynamite strapped to Fu's waist, and injuring Fu even further. So, even if Fu was able to be saved, he's not now.]]

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** Also, one of the most ironic versions of this trope come into play during [[spoiler:King Bradley's fight with Greed and Fu. After getting fatally wounded by Bradley, Fu, quite aware that he's beyond saving, rushes to Bradley to suicide bomb him as a LastStand. But right before anything else happens, Bradley, without a second's hesitation, raises his sword and cuts the fuses off from the dynamite strapped to Fu's waist, and injuring Fu even further. So, even if Fu was able to be saved, he's not now.]]now]].



** Subverted almost immediately by [[spoiler:Buccaneer, who stabbed Bradley through Fu, ensuring that his sacrifice was not in vain, and dealt the critical blow that would eventually be Bradley's downfall. Buccaneer knows he won't survive the ordeal, due to LodgedBladeRecycling.]]

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** Subverted almost immediately by [[spoiler:Buccaneer, who stabbed Bradley through Fu, ensuring that his sacrifice was not in vain, and dealt the critical blow that would eventually be Bradley's downfall. Buccaneer knows he won't survive the ordeal, due to LodgedBladeRecycling.]]LodgedBladeRecycling]].



* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' has an odd example: When Alexander Anderson [[spoiler:lies dying after his final fight with Alucard]], Alucard [[spoiler:''fondly'' tells him he'll see him in Hell. Anderson retorts that Alucard (who'd been displaying DeathSeeker characteristics during the battle) is a pathetic creature who deserves to live forever.]] Some fans have interperted the line as [[HoYay affectionate]].

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' has an odd example: When Alexander Anderson [[spoiler:lies dying after his final fight with Alucard]], Alucard [[spoiler:''fondly'' tells him he'll see him in Hell. Anderson retorts that Alucard (who'd been displaying DeathSeeker characteristics during the battle) is a pathetic creature who deserves to live forever.]] forever]]. Some fans have interperted the line as [[HoYay affectionate]].



* In chapter 55 of ''Manga/FrankenFran'', [[spoiler:Kuhou, of all people, says this. Right before she could kill Matsumae, she is shot she falls down the building, but not before uttering the line.]] She is saved, but still.

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* In chapter 55 of ''Manga/FrankenFran'', [[spoiler:Kuhou, of all people, says this. Right before she could kill Matsumae, she is shot she falls down the building, but not before uttering the line.]] line]]. She is saved, but still.



* ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'': Right before Bane breaks him, Franchise/{{Batman}} utters "...go back to hell..."
* These are SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's last words in ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'', right before he commits suicide in such a way that it looks like Batman killed him. Creator/MichaelEmerson's weakened Joker voice in [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns its]] AnimatedAdaptation makes this line all the more chilling and scarier. Even one of the songs in its movie soundtrack is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly named]] "See You... in Hell".

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* ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'': Right before Bane ComicBook/{{Bane}} breaks him, Franchise/{{Batman}} utters "...go back to hell..."
* These are SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's ComicBook/TheJoker's last words in ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'', right before he commits suicide in such a way that it looks like Batman killed him. Creator/MichaelEmerson's weakened Joker voice in [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns its]] AnimatedAdaptation makes this line all the more chilling and scarier. Even one of the songs in its movie soundtrack is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aptly named]] "See You... in Hell".



* Mystique says a very interesting variation in her own limited series. To fight a small army of well-armed soldiers, she uses her powers in an admittedly dangerous way. (She sort of splits her head in two, forming two heads... It's kind of hard to describe.) After defeating most of the soldiers, the final one is horrifed, and calls her a demon. She replies by pointing her gun at him and saying, "Sure I am. See you in my hometown," right before letting him have it.
* Something like this happens during the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' crossover ''ComicBook/MaximumCarnage''. Early in the series, Dagger is believed to have been killed, murdered by the sociopath Shriek. In a later episode, Shriek makes a threat like this to Cloak, after implying that Dagger is already there. However, she gets this from a ''very'' angry Cloak after her attempt to kill him misses:

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* Mystique says a very interesting variation in her own limited series. To fight a small army of well-armed soldiers, she uses her powers in an admittedly dangerous way. (She sort of splits her head in two, forming two heads... It's kind of hard to describe.) After defeating most of the soldiers, the final one is horrifed, horrified, and calls her a demon. She replies by pointing her gun at him and saying, "Sure I am. See you in my hometown," right before letting him have it.
* Something like this happens during the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' crossover ''ComicBook/MaximumCarnage''. Early in the series, Dagger [[ComicBook/CloakAndDagger Dagger]] is believed to have been killed, murdered by the sociopath Shriek. In a later episode, Shriek makes a threat like this to Cloak, after implying that Dagger is already there. However, she gets this from a ''very'' angry Cloak after her attempt to kill him misses:



* In ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story "The Egg And The Smurfs", a Smurf gets so fed up with another Smurf being so indecisive about what to wish for with the magic egg that he tells the other Smurf "to the devil with you" while accidentally striking the egg...and that Smurf ends up meeting the devil. By the end of the story, however, when Papa Smurf wishes everything to return to normal, that Smurf returns with a pitchfork in hand.

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* ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs''
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In ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' the comic book story "The Egg And The Smurfs", a Smurf gets so fed up with another Smurf being so indecisive about what to wish for with the magic egg that he tells the other Smurf "to the devil with you" while accidentally striking the egg...and that Smurf ends up meeting the devil. By the end of the story, however, when Papa Smurf wishes everything to return to normal, that Smurf returns with a pitchfork in hand.



* In the Anime/MaiHime[=/=]Anime/HellGirl fic, ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5103188/1/The-Grinning-Snake The Grinning Snake]]'', [[OriginalCharacter Konoka]], the daughter of one of the people from the First District whom Shizuru killed, says "Shizuru Fujino…I'll see you in Hell!" when preparing to send Shizuru to Hell after seeing that she has no remorse. Since the contract indicates that Konoka will also go to Hell after she dies, Konoka means this literally.

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* In the Anime/MaiHime[=/=]Anime/HellGirl ''Anime/MaiHime[=/=]Anime/HellGirl'' fic, ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5103188/1/The-Grinning-Snake The Grinning Snake]]'', [[OriginalCharacter Konoka]], the daughter of one of the people from the First District whom Shizuru killed, says "Shizuru Fujino…I'll see you in Hell!" when preparing to send Shizuru to Hell after seeing that she has no remorse. Since the contract indicates that Konoka will also go to Hell after she dies, Konoka means this literally.



* Delivered by [[spoiler: Ayame Ishikawa]] from ''FanFic/DespairsLastResort'' right before [[spoiler: she's dragged off to be executed. She was suffering from a FreakOut prior to this, so it's most likely due to her anger driven state.]]

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* Delivered by [[spoiler: Ayame Ishikawa]] from ''FanFic/DespairsLastResort'' right before [[spoiler: she's dragged off to be executed. She was suffering from a FreakOut prior to this, so it's most likely due to her anger driven state.]]state]].



* Uttered in ''Film/ThreeHundred''. Upon meeting an approaching army of a million, Spartan King Leonidas tells his warriors that "tonight, we dine in Hell!"
** This is closely based on a quote which Plutarch (''Morlia'', circa 100 CE) attributes to Leonidas: "Breakfast well, for we may today dine among ghosts," making this OlderThanFeudalism.
* In ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}'', while Little Bill lies dying he gasps, "I'll see you in hell, William Munny!". Munny just mutters "yeah" and shoots him in the face. He knows [[BlackAndGreyMorality exactly where he's going and is no longer pretending otherwise.]]

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* Uttered in ''Film/ThreeHundred''. Upon meeting an approaching army of a million, Spartan King Leonidas tells his warriors that "tonight, we dine in Hell!"
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Hell!" This is closely based on a quote which Plutarch (''Morlia'', circa 100 CE) attributes to Leonidas: "Breakfast well, for we may today dine among ghosts," making this OlderThanFeudalism.
* In ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}'', while Little Bill lies dying he gasps, "I'll see you in hell, William Munny!". Munny just mutters "yeah" and shoots him in the face. He knows [[BlackAndGreyMorality [[BlackAndGrayMorality exactly where he's going and is no longer pretending otherwise.]]



* As he lays dying, Booth asks Film/{{Machete}} where his wife and daughter are. Machete says "[[FromACertainPointOfView With God]]", and Booth responds, "Then I won't be seeing them."

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* As he lays dying, Booth asks Film/{{Machete}} where his wife and daughter are. Machete says "[[FromACertainPointOfView "[[MetaphoricallyTrue With God]]", and Booth responds, "Then I won't be seeing them."



* Said by Tex (while giving a thumbs up) before he takes his own life in ''Film/RobotJox''

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* Said by Tex (while giving a thumbs up) before he takes his own life in ''Film/RobotJox'' ''Film/RobotJox''.



* In StarTrekVanguard, Klingon Captain Brakk says the equivalent to a rival Captain, Kutal. Specifically, Brakk is in the process of trying to kill Kutal, and says that since the latter's death will hardly be an honourable one, they will no doubt meet up again - in the Klingon underworld of ''Gre'thor''.
* At the end of ''Literature/TheSixSacredStones'' by Creator/MatthewReilly, TheMole is about to drop the MacGuffin needed to save the world into a bottomless pit. He yells this line just before [[spoiler: the BigDamnHeroes moment.]]

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* In StarTrekVanguard, ''Literature/StarTrekVanguard'', Klingon Captain Brakk says the equivalent to a rival Captain, Kutal. Specifically, Brakk is in the process of trying to kill Kutal, and says that since the latter's death will hardly be an honourable one, they will no doubt meet up again - in the Klingon underworld of ''Gre'thor''.
* At the end of ''Literature/TheSixSacredStones'' by Creator/MatthewReilly, TheMole is about to drop the MacGuffin needed to save the world into a bottomless pit. He yells this line just before [[spoiler: the BigDamnHeroes moment.]]moment]].



* In the ''Literature/ChristCloneTrilogy'', the AntiChrist [[spoiler:Christopher Goodman]] tells Decker Hawthorne "see you in Hell" after [[OffWithHisHead he lops off Decker's head with a sword]].

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* In the ''Literature/ChristCloneTrilogy'', the AntiChrist TheAntiChrist [[spoiler:Christopher Goodman]] tells Decker Hawthorne "see you in Hell" after [[OffWithHisHead he lops off Decker's head with a sword]].



* Oh, you never want to see a spring again, eh? [[NightmareFuel Coily the Spring Sprite]] will make sure you get that wish... [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 in HELL!]]

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* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'': Oh, you never want to see a spring again, eh? [[NightmareFuel Coily the Spring Sprite]] will make sure you get that wish... [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 in HELL!]]HELL!



** And again in Season 3's "Time Is On My Side", when [[spoiler:Bela is about to be killed and dragged down to hell by hellhounds. Dean says, "I'll see you in Hell" and since Dean is dragged off by hellhounds himself in the following episode, that may well have happened.]] It's BookEnds for a scene at the start of the episode when Sam and Dean exorcise a demon who knows Dean's only got three weeks before his DealWithTheDevil comes due.

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** And again in Season 3's "Time Is On My Side", when [[spoiler:Bela is about to be killed and dragged down to hell by hellhounds. Dean says, "I'll see you in Hell" and since Dean is dragged off by hellhounds himself in the following episode, that may well have happened.]] happened]]. It's BookEnds for a scene at the start of the episode when Sam and Dean exorcise a demon who knows Dean's only got three weeks before his DealWithTheDevil comes due.



* From ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Day of the Dove":
--> '''Kirk''': Go to the devil.
--> '''Kang''': We Klingons have no devil, Kirk. But we understand the habits of yours.

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* From ''Franchise/StarTrek''
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''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Day of the Dove":
--> ---> '''Kirk''': Go to the devil.
--> ---> '''Kang''': We Klingons have no devil, Kirk. But we understand the habits of yours.



*** On ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine" Worf explains that ancient warriors killed all the Klingon gods, which may explain why the Klingons have no devil.
* In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Coda", Captain Janeway tells an afterlife/alien parasite to "go back to hell" when she's being resuscitated.

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*** ** On ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine" ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' Worf explains that ancient warriors killed all the Klingon gods, which may explain why the Klingons have no devil.
* ** In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Coda", Captain Janeway tells an afterlife/alien parasite to "go back to hell" when she's being resuscitated.



--->'''Sophie''': Go to Hell.
--->'''Brother Justin''': Go. Why? I plan on bringing it here!

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--->'''Sophie''': -->'''Sophie''': Go to Hell.
--->'''Brother
Hell.\\
'''Brother
Justin''': Go. Why? I plan on bringing it here!



--->'''Rincon''': Go to Hell.
--->'''Michael Westen''': Come with me!

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--->'''Rincon''': -->'''Rincon''': Go to Hell.
--->'''Michael
Hell.\\
'''Michael
Westen''': Come with me!



--> '''Jeff''': [[DoubleSubverted Well then I guess I'll see you in Hell]].
** The line appears verbatim in [[Recap/CommunityS6E08IntroToRecycledCinema an episode]] where the study group is making a [[StylisticSick low-quality]] [[AffectionateParody rip-off]] ''Film/StarWars''. When they need to add 30 seconds to their film's run length, they add a final scene in Hell where the characters [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]] the literal fulfillment of the line.
* Parodied in the ''Series/MadTV'' sketch "Woody Allen Action Flick," just before Woody Allen blows up a terrorist:

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--> '''Jeff''': [[DoubleSubverted [[DoubleSubversion Well then I guess I'll see you in Hell]].
** The line appears verbatim in [[Recap/CommunityS6E08IntroToRecycledCinema an episode]] where the study group is making a [[StylisticSick [[StylisticSuck low-quality]] [[AffectionateParody rip-off]] ''Film/StarWars''. When they need to add 30 seconds to their film's run length, they add a final scene in Hell where the characters [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]] the literal fulfillment of the line.
* Parodied in the ''Series/MadTV'' ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' sketch "Woody Allen Action Flick," just before Woody Allen blows up a terrorist:



* Kate Monster says this to her BadBoss in AvenueQ.

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* Kate Monster says this to her BadBoss in AvenueQ.''Theatre/AvenueQ''.



* ZigZagged in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'', when Hamlet has a chance to stab Claudius when the latter is at his prayers. Then Hamlet stops and considers that, if Claudius dies while repenting, he might not go to Hell but to {{Heaven}}. So he decides to hold off his revenge until he can be sure that Claudius is properly damned.

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* ZigZagged ZigZaggingTrope in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'', when Hamlet has a chance to stab Claudius when the latter is at his prayers. Then Hamlet stops and considers that, if Claudius dies while repenting, he might not go to Hell but to {{Heaven}}. So he decides to hold off his revenge until he can be sure that Claudius is properly damned.



* The fan-made ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' class 'Wandering Swordsman', has one of the best named skills ever in his setup: "I'll Meet You At The Gates Of Hell". It basically allows him to direct a sword-strike (with some nice bonuses added) at whoever brings him below 0 HP (Keeping in mind that D&D character don't 'die' 'till they hit -10 HP, and that the Wandering Swordsman also has a feat that allows him to [[TheDeterminator keep fighting after hitting 0 HP]], causing him to simply collapse when the battle is over.)

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* The fan-made ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' class 'Wandering Swordsman', has one of the best named skills ever in his setup: "I'll Meet You At The Gates Of Hell". It basically allows him to direct a sword-strike (with some nice bonuses added) at whoever brings him below 0 HP (Keeping in mind that D&D character don't 'die' 'till they hit -10 HP, and that the Wandering Swordsman also has a feat that allows him to [[TheDeterminator [[{{Determinator}} keep fighting after hitting 0 HP]], causing him to simply collapse when the battle is over.)



*** Played straight a little bit later, after [[spoiler:Solid Snake shoots down Liquid's Hind-D Helicopter.]]

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*** Played straight a little bit later, after [[spoiler:Solid Snake shoots down Liquid's Hind-D Helicopter.]]Helicopter]].



* Subverted in the endgame of ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', as [[spoiler: the Nameless One realizes he's going to hell and says farewell to his friends, and demoness love interest Fall-From-Grace says she'll come and find him there.]]

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* Subverted in the endgame of ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', as [[spoiler: the Nameless One realizes he's going to hell and says farewell to his friends, and demoness love interest Fall-From-Grace says she'll come and find him there.]]there]].



* A variation is used in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' by [[spoiler: Jack Marston.]] [[spoiler: 'When you see my dad in Hell, tell him I said hi.']]

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* A variation is used in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' by [[spoiler: Jack Marston.]] Marston]]. [[spoiler: 'When you see my dad in Hell, tell him I said hi.']]



* "[[VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten Judge Nemo, I'll see you in Hades.]]" Differs from the norm in that the guy delivering the line is redeeming him in the process rather than damning him.

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* "[[VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten Judge ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten'': "Judge Nemo, I'll see you in Hades.]]" " Differs from the norm in that the guy delivering the line is redeeming him in the process rather than damning him.



** And towards the end of the game, if you side against [[spoiler:The Institute, you can give its leader, your own son, a croaked-up "I'll see you..." followed by an "in hell" on his deathbed.]]

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** And towards the end of the game, if you side against [[spoiler:The Institute, you can give its leader, your own son, a croaked-up "I'll see you..." followed by an "in hell" on his deathbed.]]deathbed]].



* Spoofed in ''VideoGame/TelepathTactics''. Gunther tries to do this with his LastWords in his boss battle, but it's undermined by his immediate discovery that Emma captured him alive. [[spoiler:His ''actual'' LastWords if he dies in the final battle are much different, and less melodramatic.]]
* In the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Pigma Dengar tells Fox, "Your daddy's waitin' for ya in hell!". In the English version, this was [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] to "Daddy screamed REAL good before he died!", which is arguably worse as it makes Pigma seem extra sadistic.
* In ''VideoGame/LostDimension'', this is Mana's response [[spoiler:if she's correctly eliminated as a traitor before the fourth floor, or if you haven't fully bonded with her.]]

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* Spoofed in ''VideoGame/TelepathTactics''. Gunther tries to do this with his LastWords in his boss battle, but it's undermined by his immediate discovery that Emma captured him alive. [[spoiler:His ''actual'' LastWords if he dies in the final battle are much different, and less melodramatic.]]
melodramatic]].
* In the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Pigma Dengar tells Fox, "Your daddy's waitin' for ya in hell!". In the English version, this was [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] {{bowdleri|se}}zed to "Daddy screamed REAL good before he died!", which is arguably worse as it makes Pigma seem extra sadistic.
* In ''VideoGame/LostDimension'', this is Mana's response [[spoiler:if she's correctly eliminated as a traitor before the fourth floor, or if you haven't fully bonded with her.]]her]].






* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' actually used this line straight in the ep with the IneptAptitudeTest by having a gangster in a car yell this at Bart right before a commercial break.
** Parodied in another episode where the Simpsons are hosting an important dinner which is ruined by their newly-gained greyhound puppies who eats the turkey. The guests were Homers old army sergeant (who was willing to overlook Homer accidently being released from service three weeks early), an IRS agent (who was willing to overlook an improperly paid income tax) and Reverent Lovejoy. When the dinner is ruined, the guests storm out.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
** The show
actually used this line straight in the ep "Separate Vocations" with the IneptAptitudeTest by having a gangster in a car yell Snake yelling this at as he is about to hit Bart with his car right before a commercial break.
** Parodied in another episode where the Simpsons are hosting an important dinner which is ruined by their newly-gained greyhound puppies who eats eat the turkey. The guests were Homers Homer's old army sergeant (who was willing to overlook Homer accidently being released from service three weeks early), an IRS agent (who was willing to overlook an improperly paid income tax) and Reverent Reverend Lovejoy. When the dinner is ruined, the guests storm out.



** Apu also plays with this line while sniping from the roof of the Kwik-E-Mart in "Homer the Vigilante": "Thank you for coming! I'll see you in hell!" While trying to discourage potential thieves due to a recent crime spree.

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** Apu also plays with this line while sniping from the roof of the Kwik-E-Mart in "Homer the Vigilante": Vigilante" wile trying to discourage potential thieves due to a recent crime spree: "Thank you for coming! I'll see you in hell!" While trying to discourage potential thieves due to a recent crime spree.



** Homer Simpson again, escaping a candy convention following the theft of a rare gummy. Fashioning an ad-hoc hand grenade [[UrbanLegend out of a packet of Pop-Rocks and a can of soda]], he parts with the line "See you in hell, candy boys!"

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** Homer Simpson again, escaping a candy convention following the theft of a rare gummy. Fashioning an ad-hoc hand grenade [[UrbanLegend [[UrbanLegends out of a packet of Pop-Rocks and a can of soda]], he parts with the line "See you in hell, candy boys!"



** Parodied yet again in "Mom and Pop Art," when Homer is attempting to flood Springfield Venice-style as a pop-art project. The first step involves stealing everyone's doormats and using them to plug up the towns street drains. Homer and Bart makes varioous quips while tossing them, including "See You In Hell, God Bless This House!"

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** Parodied yet again in "Mom and Pop Art," when Homer is attempting to flood Springfield Venice-style as a pop-art project. The first step involves stealing everyone's doormats and using them to plug up the towns street drains. Homer and Bart makes varioous various quips while tossing them, including "See You In Hell, God Bless This House!"



* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', this came at the tail end of the fight between Joe and the Grinch, ending with Joe being crippled:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', this ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''
** This
came at the tail end of the fight between Joe and the Grinch, ending with Joe being crippled:



** Also, from the battle with Crippletron in "No Meals on Wheels", Peter begs BenStiller for help while trapped under some rubble, a callback to a cutaway earlier in the episode. Stiller refuses, due to having overheard Peter insult his movies with his enormous ears.

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** Also, from the battle with Crippletron in "No Meals on Wheels", Peter begs BenStiller Creator/BenStiller for help while trapped under some rubble, a callback to a cutaway earlier in the episode. Stiller refuses, due to having overheard Peter insult his movies with his enormous ears.



-->'''Tom Tucker''': Today we'll see some of Quahog's finest athletes struggle valiantly against God's twisted designs. You'll cheer, you'll cry, you might even get a cheap laugh or two.
-->'''Diane Simmons''': I know I will, Tom. In fact, there's the distinct possibility that, by the end of the day, we'll all be going to Hell.
-->'''Tom Tucker''': I'll see you there, Diane.

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-->'''Tom Tucker''': Today we'll see some of Quahog's finest athletes struggle valiantly against God's twisted designs. You'll cheer, you'll cry, you might even get a cheap laugh or two.
-->'''Diane
two.\\
'''Diane
Simmons''': I know I will, Tom. In fact, there's the distinct possibility that, by the end of the day, we'll all be going to Hell.
-->'''Tom
Hell.\\
'''Tom
Tucker''': I'll see you there, Diane.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' had Cotton Hill say this in Peggy's nightmare when he flushed Hank's coffin into a grave in his supposed funeral. Peggy then wakes up and finds Hank still on the toilet.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''
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An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' had Cotton Hill say this in Peggy's nightmare when he flushed Hank's coffin into a grave in his supposed funeral. Peggy then wakes up and finds Hank still on the toilet.



* From the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Venture Brothers]]'' second-season episode "Love Bheits":

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* From the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Venture Brothers]]'' Bros.]]'' second-season episode "Love Bheits":



* An executioner at Saddam Hussein's execution claimed to have said this, to which Saddam responded "The Hell that is Iraq?"
* During the "[[KangarooCourt trial]]" of Josef Wirmer, one of the condemned members of the [[Film/{{Valkyrie}} German Resistance]] during WorldWarII, the following exchange is reputed to have taken place:

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* An executioner at Saddam Hussein's UsefulNotes/SaddamHussein's execution claimed to have said this, to which Saddam responded "The Hell that is Iraq?"
* During the "[[KangarooCourt trial]]" of Josef Wirmer, one of the condemned members of the [[Film/{{Valkyrie}} German Resistance]] during WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, the following exchange is reputed to have taken place:



* Norwegian Nazi collaborator and infamous torturer Henry Rinnan was sentenced to death by a tribunal after WorldWarII, and before he was shot allegedly said it: "See you in hell, guys".

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* Norwegian Nazi collaborator and infamous torturer Henry Rinnan was sentenced to death by a tribunal after WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, and before he was shot allegedly said it: "See you in hell, guys".
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* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'':
-->'''Balalaika:''' ROCK. Translate, and make sure he understands every word. I'm gonna tell you the truth tonight. What I seek is destruction and domination. I don't care about anything else. I'm only interested in how much I can dance in the pit of Hell when it's all over. ''See ya there one day.''
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* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'':
-->'''Balalaika:''' ROCK. Translate, and make sure he understands every word. I'm gonna tell you the truth tonight. What I seek is destruction and domination. I don't care about anything else. I'm only interested in how much I can dance in the pit of Hell when it's all over. ''See ya there one day.''
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* "You Can't Quit Me, Baby" by QueensOfTheStoneAge

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* "You Can't Quit Me, Baby" by QueensOfTheStoneAgeMusic/QueensOfTheStoneAge



* "I've Got Some Falling To Do" by LemonDemon:

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* "I've Got Some Falling To Do" by LemonDemon:Music/LemonDemon:
18th Mar '17 8:37:15 AM erforce
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* Near the end of ''Film/TheMummyReturns'', as Rick O'Connell is stabbing the Scorpion King he screams "Go to hell! And take your friends with you!" Somewhat of an aversion because Rick doesn't die, but he comes pretty close.
* In ''Film/TheMummyTombOfTheDragonEmperor'', Rick says that the Emperor "can now rule... in hell!"

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Near the end of ''Film/TheMummyReturns'', as Rick O'Connell is stabbing the Scorpion King he screams "Go to hell! And take your friends with you!" Somewhat of an aversion because Rick doesn't die, but he comes pretty close.
* ** In ''Film/TheMummyTombOfTheDragonEmperor'', Rick says that the Emperor "can now rule... in hell!"



* Parodied by Admilar (sic) Pirk in ''Film/StarWreck'': ''See you in Reykjavik!''

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* Parodied by Admilar (sic) Pirk in ''Film/StarWreck'': ''Film/StarWreckInThePirkinning'': ''See you in Reykjavik!''
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* Borghen says this as his last words in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyII'', [[spoiler:before springing a boulder trap that ultimately kills Josef]]. [[ExactWords He does.]]
** In the later remakes, [[spoiler:Borghen meets Josef in (what turns out to be) ''heaven'' as well]].


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** Borghen says this as his last words in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyII'', [[spoiler:before springing a boulder trap that ultimately kills Josef]]. [[ExactWords He does.]]
** In the later remakes, [[spoiler:Borghen meets Josef in (what turns out to be) ''heaven'' as well]].
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* Nice variant from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'':

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Nice variant from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'':



** Played straight a little bit later, after [[spoiler:Solid Snake shoots down Liquid's Hind-D Helicopter.]]

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** *** Played straight a little bit later, after [[spoiler:Solid Snake shoots down Liquid's Hind-D Helicopter.]]



* Raven's VictoryQuote in ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}''.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'' gets one of these in the DS remake.

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** Gets a variation in the sequel from Golbez to Cagnazzo, odder still it's intended to be comforting. "Sleep in peace... for I, too, may join you in your hell someday."
* If your party leader is Lightning during the final battle with [[spoiler:Orphan]] in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'', she will blatantly tell him to "find your own road to hell" at the start of the battle.

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** Gets a variation in the sequel ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears'' from Golbez to Cagnazzo, odder still it's intended to be comforting. "Sleep in peace... for I, too, may join you in your hell someday."
* ** If your party leader is Lightning during the final battle with [[spoiler:Orphan]] in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'', she will blatantly tell him to "find your own road to hell" at the start of the battle.



* A variation occurs in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', when Kratos delivers a final blow to an enemy in a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome very memorable]] scene, and delivers this line:

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* A variation occurs in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', when Kratos delivers a final blow to an enemy in a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome very memorable]] memorable scene, and delivers this line:



* ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' has one of these in Reinhardt's story after you defeat Death.

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''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' has one of these in Reinhardt's story after you defeat Death.



** Rohan Krause from ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaOrderOfShadows Order of Shadows]]'' gives a variation of the trope as his last words.
-->'''Krause:''' I will greet your parents in the underworld. It's certain we will see you soon.



* A variation in ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} III'':

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* A variation in ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} III'':''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'':



* In ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare 2'', Captain Price and Makarov have this exchange late in the game, when both of them are cornered by [[spoiler:Shepherd]]'s forces:

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* ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty''
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In ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare 2'', ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyModernWarfare2'', Captain Price and Makarov have this exchange late in the game, when both of them are cornered by [[spoiler:Shepherd]]'s forces:



* In VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2: A certain dramatic someone utters this before [[spoiler: his execution]].

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* In VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2: ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'': A certain dramatic someone utters this before [[spoiler: his execution]].
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* At the end of ''TheSixSacredStones'' by MatthewReilly, TheMole is about to drop the MacGuffin needed to save the world into a bottomless pit. He yells this line just before [[spoiler: the BigDamnHeroes moment.]]

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* At the end of ''TheSixSacredStones'' ''Literature/TheSixSacredStones'' by MatthewReilly, Creator/MatthewReilly, TheMole is about to drop the MacGuffin needed to save the world into a bottomless pit. He yells this line just before [[spoiler: the BigDamnHeroes moment.]]
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