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This falls under stock phrases, normally under the idea of "Ladies and Gentlemen". However, a lot of shoes like to subvert the line, replacing the "Gentlemen" part with something either similar, or something completely different. I know there are many examples of this, but I only have one off of the top of my head.
- In The Fairly OddParents, during a concert, Timmy started the show with, "Ladies... and Timmy Turner's dad!"
Note: This differs from the And Zoidberg
example given simply by the virtue that it's not singling any specific person out. While the example I've given isn't the best one, the replies show a better version of it, simply demonstrating that often, it'll replace "Gentlemen" with a group or an odd word instead of a specific person.