This Stock Phrase gets used in at least two contexts:
Type 1 examplesFilm
Han Solo: I'm captain of the Millennium Falcon. Chewie here tells me you're lookin' for passage to the Alderaan system?
Obi-Wan: Yes indeed, if it's a fast ship.
Han: [snip bragging] What's the cargo?
Obi-Wan: Only passengers. Myself, the boy, two droids... and no questions asked.
Han Solo: What is it? Some kind of local trouble?
Obi-Wan: Let's just say we'd like to avoid any Imperial entanglements.
Han: Well, that's the trick, isn't it? And it's going to cost you something extra. Ten thousand, all in advance.
Finnegan: [Hanover's goons are beating up Pantucci] We got a contract: 20 hours out and back. You beat my engine man to death, it's gonna take a hell of a lot longer - which is ok by me since overtime'll cost you double rate!
Hanover: He was nosing around in my cargo!
Finnegan: Ok, so he's nosy.
Hanover: Contract was "no questions asked."
Farmer Graves: My buyers pay me five thousand dollar per film, no questions asked.Live-Action TV
Hal: [enters room] Who wants to make 5 bucks?
Lois: [outside] Oh my God!
Malcolm: What did you do?
Hal: Yes or no? No questions asked!
Lois: [outside] Oh my GOD!
Malcolm: Make it 10.
Hal: OK. You're a good son.
Lois: [outside] OH MY GOD!
Hal: [grabs Malcolm and opens the door] Don't worry honey. I got him!
Carla: [about getting someone to do some kidnapping and torture work] Leave this to me, Sammy. I happen to know some people who can handle this kind of thing, no questions asked. It might cost us a little, but they do good work. [Dials the telephone] Hi. It's Mommy. Wake up your brothers.
Type 2 examplesWestern Animation
Quagmire: I am offering a $50 reward about James to anyone who knows what happened to him, no questions asked.
Peter Griffin: [taking the money] I killed your cat.