->'''Bandito:''' Tell me, Kabong. What do you use—a sword? A whip? A shillelagh?
->'''El Kabong:''' I use a GEE-tar. Kabong! ''(kabongs bandito)''
-->--''QuickDrawMcGraw''

* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'': Pretty much ALL KND operatives. They have [[BambooTechnology 2x4 Weaponry.]] At the least, too.
* The ''{{Transformers}}'' franchise has wound up with a number of these, generally being something fairly unremarkable when they're transformed.
** A number of Transformers with helicopter alt-modes as of late have the ability to use the [[HelicopterBlender rotors]] as weapons in robot mode. These include Bulkhead from ''Energon'', Evac from ''Cybertron'', Blackout from the 2007 movie and Megatron from ''Animated'' (although he cheats by actually turning his blades into swords).
*** In what could be a deliberate inversion, the Animated version of Blackout shoots his ''rear'' rotor out as a disc weapon.
** A great many Transformers with animal alt-modes can use their tails as whip-like weapons once transformed. Some even have something particularly nasty at the end, like a blade or a big spiked ball.
** Engines forming guns. This happens ''a lot.''
** And, of course, anyone whose transformation leaves them with their alt-mode's head on one of their hands has a pretty nasty weapon. Not only can its jaws clamp down hard in close-range combat, but it can usually shoot some sort of [[BreathWeapon beam attack]] as well.
** The epitome of this, though, has got to be the Breastforce, from the Japanese-only series ''Victory''. Their robot modes have chestplates than can be removed to turn into little robo-animal partners or hand-held guns.
** [[TransformersAnimated Prowl]]; hubcaps into shurikens. Jazz; tailpipes into ''nunchucks''. That is all.
*** ''' ''[[LaserBlade Lightsaber]]''' Nunchucks''
** The majority of the ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' Autobots use improvised weaponry (grappling hooks, wrecking balls, welders) to one degree or another. This is topped by Ratchet, whose most powerful weapons are essentially powered-up medical equipment.
*** In the Animated continuity, pretty much all of the Autobots are pulling this one off. They're a work force forced into war, so it makes sense that they would use the tools of their trade.
** ''[[TransformersEnergon Energon]]'' Megatron, and his redeco, ''[[TransformersShatteredGlass Shattered Glass]]'' Megatron, have an entire tank hanging off their forearm, which they use as an ArmCannon. It can also be used as a BladeBelowTheShoulder.
* American Maid, from ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'', uses her shoes as weapons. Unlike Jian above, she ''does'' throw them, and they apparently have some pretty pointy heels. She would occasionally use her tiara as a weapon, as well.
** To say nothing of Captain Musilage, Babyboomerangotan and.... THE HUMAN BULLET!
*** Don't forget the woman who can shoot poodles out of a poodle gun.
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'':
** The [[HarmlessVillain Box Ghost]] uses boxes, cardboard, and anything square. Although sometimes he will use contents inside the box, one of which had ''very, very sharp scalpels''. He also uses bubble wrap. [[MusicalAssassin Ember McLain]] has many functions for her guitar, but when she runs out of option, it doubles as her choice weapon. [[HauntedTechnology Technus]] uses 21st century machinery at his disposal, including, but not limited to computers, cars, satellites, and even an ''online video game''.
** Also, one of the Fenton weapons is an ordinary baseball bat...[[MundaneMadeAwesome with the word ''"Fenton"'' on it.]]
* [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Adam West's]] Cat Launcher in an episode of WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy.
* And who can forget [=Quick Draw McGraw's=] alter-ego El Kabong whose weapon of choice is a guitar... nothing special, just a regular guitar he that he uses to beat folks about the head and shoulders. Lampshaded in an episode of HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw when Quick Draw is arrested for hitting a man with his guitar and is charged with assault with a deadly weapon, leading to a courtroom debate about the right to bear guitars.
* WesternAnimation/VeggieTales:
** Various episodes feature a mop, [[PieInTheFace ballistic pies]] and dodgeballs used as weapons.
** The French Peas of Jericho dropped slushies at the Hebrew veggies.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' has a few: of the mains, Ruel fights with a shovel, and Amalia has a vegetable doll. One of the minor characters fights with a baker's plate.
** Shovels seem to be the Enutrof weapon of choice since it can also be used to dig for gold, and Sadida in general (both in-game and in the show) are infamous for using weird little veggie dolls to attack with. Or to put it another way, this trope as a racial trait.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' saw Dib fighting in a cage match in order to see his father. He had a choice of improbable improbable weapons, including a giant corkscrew, and giant cotton swab. Dib, however, chose the giant [[TooDumbToLive Turkey Baster]].
* Bishop of ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|2003}}'' is arguably a {{Badass}} version of this, as he uses everything around him as a weapon to even the odds in a fight. He goes from taking the turtle's weapons, to using a baseball bat, to using his own necktie.
* The [[AmazonBrigade Kyoshi Warriors]] of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' use hand fans.
* Normally, a sword does not meet the standards for an Improbable Weapon. However, it does in the movie ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', where the wielder is a ''horse''. And that's not even getting into Rapunzel's FryingPanOfDoom.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' had Ben Franklin's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy43iZCPeLI Franklinator]], which is essentially an animal (usually a badger) tied to a stick. However, Bender receives one with a small shark, and Fry gets a chipmunk.
* In the pilot of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', Jackie beat off the Dark Hand Enforcers with a pair of ''windshield wipers''.
* In a ShowWithinAShow example, Shaggy on ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' once watched a doctor in a horror movie trounce some zombies using a stethoscope.
* When not using his trusty [[KnifeNut bowie knife]], Brock Samson from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' will use ''anything'' at hand as a weapon. A lawn mower, a bible, a shark, a jaw bone, [[NoodleIncident a sock full of party snaps]]...''anything''...[[DoesNotLikeguns except for a gun.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' while Finn usually uses a sword, in the season two finale he defeats [[spoiler: The Lich]] with a ''sweater'', [[spoiler: thrusting it through his eye sockets and ripping the top of his skull off. This was because the sweater had been imbued with the [[ThePowerOfLove power of l-l-liking someone a lot]].]]
* The Settler Ponies in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' arm themselves with [[PieInTheFace apple pies]] to fight a war against a tribe of buffalo. Not a play war or a game, mind you, but a sincere war over a parcel of land that both groups claim ownership over. [[spoiler:It even goes into slow-motion when Chief Thunderhooves is hit, complete with tragic western music as he lays stunned with pie in his face.]]
* ''KimPossible'':
** Mad golfer Duff Killigan has been known to use golf clubs as weapons, as well as exploding golf balls.
** The Mathther, an {{Expy}} of [[Comicbook/{{Batman}} The Riddler]] only obsessed with math problems rather than riddles, occasionally throws grenades shaped like digits.
** On one occasion, Ron's pet mole rat Rufus volunteered to let Master Sensei throw him like a throwing star. Ron's adopted ninja sister Hana once threw a cookie in the same manner, with destructive results.
* Casey Jones from the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles normally counts, using a variety of sports equipment as weapons. But special mention goes to the Casey from WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012, who uses not just a hockey stick, but hockey pucks with very powerful M-80s taped to them and a taser hidden in a hockey goalie glove that's made from a potato masher.