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16th Apr '16 9:59:14 AM KillerClowns
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* Left to their own devices, the Audito in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' will ramble on, and on, and ''on''. In particular, the only Bayonetta is able to keep Fortitudo on topic is to shoot at him whenever he starts ranting.
5th Apr '16 10:50:18 AM JMQwilleran
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeppaPig'', Doctor Brown Bear implies this about Grandpa Rabbit. When he's called up because Grandpa Rabbit lost his voice, he first asks if that's a bad thing.
22nd Feb '16 6:14:03 PM jccw227
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'', Kermit and Piggy get into a fight when Piggy thinks Kermit says she talks too much (in actuality, it was a parrot that Nanny had brought into the nursery for the kids that had said it), [[HypocriticalHumor she then goes into a long rant about how she doesn't talk too much.]] By the end of the episode, everyone realizes that they had all been fighting because they had overheard things the parrot had said and mistook it for each other. They then beg Nanny to find someplace else for the parrot because "he talks too much."
30th Jan '16 4:26:11 PM StFan
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* Played for laughs in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''. Hulk says this to Black Panther while the latter is ''meditating''.

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* Played for laughs in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''. Hulk says this to Black Panther while the latter is ''meditating''.
30th Dec '15 11:58:37 PM Anddrix
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Hereafter" features the Martian Manhunter saying this verbatim to {{Main/Lobo}} before delivering a punch.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Hereafter" features the Martian Manhunter saying this verbatim to {{Main/Lobo}} Lobo before delivering a punch.
13th Dec '15 3:51:31 PM Paranoia
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*** This takes a dark twist when Croden chuckles darkly and admits that Odo is ''right'': his initial crime was publicly voicing dissent against the totalitarian government, the penalty for which is the execution of the criminal's ''family''. His ''seconddary'' crime was brutally slaughtering the soldiers he came home to find carrying out his "punishment"
12th Jul '15 5:51:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"

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* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky loud-mouthed bookworm agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"
12th Jul '15 5:49:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TwelveAngryMen'': In one of many memorable moments during deliberations in a first-degree murder trial, one of the jurors -- Juror 10 -- is frustrated that the jury's vote is starting to favor acquittal. As the accused is Hispanic and comes from the slums, he goes on a racist tirade about people from the slums and that they are better off killing themselves. One by one, all the other jurors turn away from him ... except for Juror 4, who tells him he's had enough of his commentary. Tersely, he responds to Juror 10's comment, "Listen to me ... ," with, "I have. Now sit down and don't open your mouth again." In essence, "You've talked too much."
* Said by Creator/SylvesterStallone's ''Film/JudgeDredd'' to Rob Schneider's PluckyComicRelief in the ComicBookAdaptation when trying to guess what crime he was charged with.
* ''Film/ShanghaiNoon'' had the Sioux chief's daughter tell this to Roy.
* In the ''Film/PrinceOfPersiaTheSandsOfTime'' film, TheSilentBob knife thrower uses up his speech token to tell his boss/[[IOweYouMyLife Left debtor]], the hammy Ostrich entrepreneur Alfred Molina, this when he's worrying about the dangerous mission.
* In the French movie ''L.627'' a female detective is told off for yacking during a stakeout. She gleefully replies, "I even talk when I'm giving head!"
* In ''Film/{{Gravity}}'', Ryan Stone and Mission Control are annoyed at Kowalski's habit of telling stories.
* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"

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* ''TwelveAngryMen'': In one of many memorable moments during deliberations in a first-degree murder trial, one of the jurors
[[AC:Films -- Juror 10 -- is frustrated that the jury's vote is starting to favor acquittal. As the accused is Hispanic and comes from the slums, he goes on a racist tirade about people from the slums and that they are better off killing themselves. One by one, all the other jurors turn away from him ... except for Juror 4, who tells him he's had enough of his commentary. Tersely, he responds to Juror 10's comment, "Listen to me ... ," with, "I have. Now sit down and don't open your mouth again." In essence, "You've talked too much."
* Said by Creator/SylvesterStallone's ''Film/JudgeDredd'' to Rob Schneider's PluckyComicRelief in the ComicBookAdaptation when trying to guess what crime he was charged with.
* ''Film/ShanghaiNoon'' had the Sioux chief's daughter tell this to Roy.
* In the ''Film/PrinceOfPersiaTheSandsOfTime'' film, TheSilentBob knife thrower uses up his speech token to tell his boss/[[IOweYouMyLife Left debtor]], the hammy Ostrich entrepreneur Alfred Molina, this when he's worrying about the dangerous mission.
* In the French movie ''L.627'' a female detective is told off for yacking during a stakeout. She gleefully replies, "I even talk when I'm giving head!"
* In ''Film/{{Gravity}}'', Ryan Stone and Mission Control are annoyed at Kowalski's habit of telling stories.
* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"
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* Disney's ''Disney/PeterPan'' says "girls talk too much" after listening to Wendy gush all about him while she sews his shadow back on.

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* ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'': In one of many memorable moments during deliberations in a first-degree murder trial, one of the jurors -- Juror 10 -- is frustrated that the jury's vote is starting to favor acquittal. As the accused is Hispanic and comes from the slums, he goes on a racist tirade about people from the slums and that they are better off killing themselves. One by one, all the other jurors turn away from him ... except for Juror 4, who tells him he's had enough of his commentary. Tersely, he responds to Juror 10's comment, "Listen to me ... ," with, "I have. Now sit down and don't open your mouth again." In essence, "You've talked too much."
* Said by Creator/SylvesterStallone's ''Film/JudgeDredd'' to Rob Schneider's PluckyComicRelief in the ComicBookAdaptation when trying to guess what crime he was charged with.
* ''Film/ShanghaiNoon'' had the Sioux chief's daughter tell this to Roy.
* In the ''Film/PrinceOfPersiaTheSandsOfTime'' film, TheSilentBob knife thrower uses up his speech token to tell his boss/[[IOweYouMyLife Left debtor]], the hammy Ostrich entrepreneur Alfred Molina, this when he's worrying about the dangerous mission.
* In the French movie ''L.627'' a female detective is told off for yacking during a stakeout. She gleefully replies, "I even talk when I'm giving head!"
* In ''Film/{{Gravity}}'', Ryan Stone and Mission Control are annoyed at Kowalski's habit of telling stories.
* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"



* ''AllInTheFamily'': Archie regarded himself as the family's spokesperson and didn't like it when others -- especially Edith -- tried to interject, especially if it were to the contrary to what Archie wanted to convey. He'd always do a "shaddup" or a "stifle yourself" if he thought they were talking too much.

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* ''AllInTheFamily'': ''Series/AllInTheFamily'': Archie regarded himself as the family's spokesperson and didn't like it when others -- especially Edith -- tried to interject, especially if it were to the contrary to what Archie wanted to convey. He'd always do a "shaddup" or a "stifle yourself" if he thought they were talking too much.



* Not played for laughs in the 1995 Australian mini-series ''Blue Murder'', when hitman Neddy Smith says it to crooked lawyer Brian Alexander [[CementShoes just before he's thrown overboard while tied to a stove]]. Alexander is pleading for his life at the time, and was being murdered because he was believed to have been about to testify at the Stewart Royal Commission into Drug Trafficking.

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* Not played for laughs in the 1995 Australian mini-series ''Blue Murder'', ''Series/BlueMurder'', when hitman Neddy Smith says it to crooked lawyer Brian Alexander [[CementShoes just before he's thrown overboard while tied to a stove]]. Alexander is pleading for his life at the time, and was being murdered because he was believed to have been about to testify at the Stewart Royal Commission into Drug Trafficking.



* Disney's ''Disney/PeterPan'' says "girls talk too much" after listening to Wendy gush all about him while she sews his shadow back on.
12th Jul '15 5:47:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroes'' episode "Recap/HardKnocks", the Hulk grabs Johnny while he's taunting him and growls, "Fire man talk too much!" Johnny acknowledges that he gets that a lot.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroes'' episode "Recap/HardKnocks", "[[Recap/FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroesHardKnocks Hard Knocks]]", the Hulk grabs Johnny while he's taunting him and growls, "Fire man talk too much!" Johnny acknowledges that he gets that a lot.
7th Jul '15 11:24:33 AM nombretomado
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* LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and MerrieMelodiesWesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies
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