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18th Jul '16 2:58:01 PM shokoshu
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* From the toy series ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'', we got Sir Hoots-A-Lot, pet owl of Ghoulia Yelps.
6th May '16 3:00:11 PM F1Krazy
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* [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Sir Killalot]] the house robot from ''Series/RobotWars''.

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* [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Sir Killalot]] Killalot]], the house robot from ''Series/RobotWars''. ''Series/RobotWars''.
** Also, the contestant robot Sir Chromalot.



* ''{{Garfield}}'': [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2010&addr=100224 Jon and Garfield play a medieval themed vídeo game where Jon chooses to play as a character named "Sir Whines-a-Lot"]]. Whenever Jon doesn't get to choose him, he shows what makes him fit the character.

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* ''{{Garfield}}'': [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2010&addr=100224 Jon and Garfield play a medieval themed vídeo video game where Jon chooses to play as a character named "Sir Whines-a-Lot"]]. Whenever Jon doesn't get to choose him, he shows what makes him fit the character.



* ''Pinball/MedievalMadness'' has two of jousters with puns on Lancelot's name, but only "Sir Miss-A-Lot" qualifies here.

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* ''Pinball/MedievalMadness'' has two of jousters with puns on Lancelot's name, but only "Sir Miss-A-Lot" qualifies here.



* Not to mention such businesses as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sir Build-a-Lot, Sir Bikes-A-Lot, Sir Thrifts-A-Lot, Sir Lines-A-Lot, Sir Moves-A-Lot, Sir Cakes-A-Lot, Sir Stamps-A-»]] and many, ''many'' more.

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* Not to mention such businesses as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sir Build-a-Lot, Sir Bikes-A-Lot, Sir Thrifts-A-Lot, Sir Lines-A-Lot, Sir Moves-A-Lot, Sir Cakes-A-Lot, Sir Stamps-A-»]] Stamps-A-Lot]], and many, ''many'' more.



* Anders from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' used to have a cat named Ser Pounce-a-Lot.

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* Anders from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' used to have a cat named Ser Sir Pounce-a-Lot.



* After they are transported to the middle ages. [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents Timmy Turner]] proclaims that they're in the middle ages, and Cosmo calls him "Sir Points-Out-The-Obvious-A-Lot.

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* After they are transported to the middle ages. ages, [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents Timmy Turner]] proclaims that they're in the middle ages, and Cosmo calls him "Sir Points-Out-The-Obvious-A-Lot.
27th Mar '16 4:46:56 PM Vox
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* Sir Killalot the house robot from ''Series/RobotWars''.

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* [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Sir Killalot Killalot]] the house robot from ''Series/RobotWars''.
14th Nov '15 4:40:46 PM nombretomado
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* One ''RobotChicken'' skit actually features Sir Mix-A-Lot as a member of King Arthur's court. [[BeenThereShapedHistory He's the one who suggests the concept of the Round Table]], via the song "Table Be Round" (a parody of "Baby Got Back").

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* One ''RobotChicken'' ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' skit actually features Sir Mix-A-Lot as a member of King Arthur's court. [[BeenThereShapedHistory He's the one who suggests the concept of the Round Table]], via the song "Table Be Round" (a parody of "Baby Got Back").
22nd Oct '15 8:37:31 PM JDButler
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* Sir Bounce A Lot's is a children's birthday party play area in Green Bay, Wyoming, as well as being the name of many bouncy castle rental companies.

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* Sir Bounce A Lot's is a children's birthday party play area in Green Bay, Wyoming, Wisconsin, as well as being the name of many bouncy castle rental companies.
21st Oct '15 12:28:33 PM FF32
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* ''Webcomic/LitBrick'': During the ''Literature/CanterburyTales'' storyline, the rapist knight of the Wife of Bath's tale is referred to as "Sir Rapesalot", because he didn't have a name in the source material.

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* ''Webcomic/LitBrick'': During the ''Literature/CanterburyTales'' ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales'' storyline, the rapist knight of the Wife of Bath's tale is referred to as "Sir Rapesalot", because he didn't have a name in the source material.
29th Aug '15 5:14:31 PM Sharlee
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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot", which rather spoils the joke.

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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, 12th century French addition to Arthurian legend, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot", which rather spoils the joke.
27th Aug '15 7:12:46 AM Sharlee
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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot". This rather ruins the joke for the examples below.

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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot". This "lot", which rather ruins spoils the joke for the examples below.joke.
27th Aug '15 7:12:24 AM Sharlee
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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot". This rather ruins the joke for most of the examples below.

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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot". This rather ruins the joke for most of the examples below.
27th Aug '15 7:11:18 AM Sharlee
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Ironically, given that the Arthurian ''character'' Lancelot was a Frenchman, the end of his name would rightly be pronounced more like "lew" than "lot". This rather ruins the joke for most of the examples below.
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