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->''"Would ya look at all that stuff..."''
-->-- '''Music/WeirdAlYankovic''', "Hardware Store"

A comedy trope where a person rattles off or displays [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an absurdly long list of things]]. For example, someone goes into a shop and asks for a sandwich. The person at the counter asks what type they desire. The customer asks what they have available. Cue the person behind the counter running off a huge list of variations on sandwiches. Might make the character start longing for FreedomFromChoice.

If the list is actually spelled or read out to the viewer, it becomes an OverlyLongGag. For added comedy, the list will often contain one or more of:
* BreadEggsMilkSquick
* BreadEggsBreadedEggs
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking
* ListOfTransgressions
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment

Parodies of the second type of "SideEffectsInclude" are generally a kind of Long List.

A slight variant is to present the list as a visual gag rather than an OverlyLongGag: a character might present a document containing a "small list of suggestions" which soon unfolds itself all the way down to the floor. Someone unaware of a list's length might also ask for examples and be asked in turn how they want the list sorted, especially if it's a ListOfTransgressions committed by the person asking.

See the ListSong for a musical version, RhymingList, which well, [[RhymesOnADime you know...]], and see also OverlyLongName. Contrast EpicCatalog, which is equally long but quite serious. A SparseListOfRules may or may not be one of these. This is often used in OralTradition. An OverwhelmingException is a subtrope.


* One Visa commercial featured the proprietor of a Maine lobster house, who counted down all the ways you could cook lobster. At the end, a lady asks him "Sir, any suggestions?" [[HereWeGoAgain And he just smiles]]...
* A 70s-era advertising campaign for regional soft drink manufacturer Faygo had two children walk into a store and ask for a Faygo. The man at the counter asks them what flavor they would like, and suggests "Redpop" (Faygo's name for their strawberry-cherry flavor). They ask him what other flavors he has. He starts rattling off a LongList of flavors which leaves him out of breath by the end. Then they respond, "We'll take Redpop!" It's considered a classic commercial in Michigan.
* The UsefulNotes/McDonalds [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eEpawF5wh0 menu song]], also counts as a TongueTwister.

[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Aogami Pierce from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' rants about what kind of girls he likes:
-->'''Aogami''': "Haaa, you're too naive, Kami-yan. I have a [[AnythingThatMoves wide range of acceptance]] when it comes to women, not just including fallen female main characters, but also includes [[NotBloodSiblings foster sisters,]] [[ParentalIncest foster mother, foster daughter,]] [[TwinThreesomeFantasy twins,]] [[CollegeWidow widows,]] [[SenpaiKouhai senpais, kouhais,]] same-class classmates, [[TeacherStudentRomance teachers,]] [[VictoriousChildhoodFriend childhood-friends,]] [[TheOjou ojou-samas,]] blondes, brunettes, brown-haired, silver-haired, [[RapunzelHair long-haired,]] medium-length haired, short-haired, [[HairDecorations girls wearing bobby pins,]] wavy hair, [[GirlishPigtails twin-tails,]] pony tails, one-sided pony tails, twin braids, [[IdiotHair ahoges,]] [[RegalRinglets curly hair,]] [[SailorFuku girls in sailor clothes,]] blazers, judougis, kyuudougis, [[HospitalHottie kindergarden nurses,]] [[{{Meido}} maids,]] policewomen, [[CuteWitch witches,]] [[{{Miko}} shrine maidens,]] [[NaughtyNuns nuns,]] military women, [[OfficeLady secretaries,]] lolis, shotas, {{tsundere}}s, [[AllGuysWantCheerleaders cheerleaders,]] [[MileHighClub stewardesses,]] [[FanserviceWithASmile waitresses,]] [[{{Goth}} Goth girls wearing black,]] [[ElegantGothicLolita Goth girls wearing white,]] [[ChineseGirl girls in China dresses,]] [[IllGirl frail girls,]] albino girls, [[CloudCuckooLander fantasists,]] [[SplitPersonality girls with split personalities,]] [[TheHighQueen que]][[WholesomeCrossdresser ens,]] [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princesses,]] [[ZettaiRyouiki thigh-high socks,]] garter belts, [[SweetPollyOliver girls who crossdress as guys,]] {{meganekko}}s, [[EyepatchOfPower girls who wear an eye-patch,]] [[BandageBabe girls who wear bandages,]] [[SchoolSwimsuit girls in school swimsuits,]] one-piece swimsuits, bikinis, V-shaped bikinis, [[BarelyThereSwimwear bikinis that barely cover anything,]] {{youkai}}s, [[CuteGhostGirl ghosts,]] [[LittleBitBeastly kemonomimi girls]] etc. Any female is within my area of acceptance".

--> '''Touma''': [[WholesomeCrossdresser "At least one of them isn't a female right?"]].

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' comic, Wooster once made a list of people who said [[TheDitz the King]] is dumb. It contained most of the starring cast and went off into random name-surname combinations.
* At the beginning of "ComicBook/DRAndQuinch Go Straight", the title duo were found guilty of "arson, kidnapping, theft, grievous wounding, possession of unlawful atomic weapons, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking taking and driving away]], conspiracy to overthrow the government, coveting thy neighbour's ox, graverobbing, torture, criminal libel, blackmail, polluting the environment, shoplifting, 714 separate driving offences, forging sacred relics, transmuting base metal into gold, genocide, spitting, and [[NoodleIncident thirty-two offences so unusual and horrible they do not have names.]]"
* The ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' story "The Rammy" opened with Johnny and Middenface on trial, accused of "murder, conspiracy to murder, common assault, uncommon assault, fraudulent misrepresentation of a sporting contest, conspiracy to defraud, actual fraud, committing a nuisance in a public place, and disorderly conduct."
* Scrooge [=McDuck=] frequently uses a long list of debts to get ''DonaldDuck'' to do his bidding. Instead of pay, he usually promises to cut a meter off the list.
* Another Disney Comics comic had occasional character, Dimwitty Duck, while standing in front of the Magic Mirror from the Snow White story, ask who's smarter than he is. The mirror replies with "Would you like them in alphabetical order?" then proceeds to list everyone who is smarter than Dimwitty non-stop for two entire days, including throughout a wild storm and while being shipwrecked on an island.
* ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' uses this trope in the first volume when Ramona offers Scott some tea. Some readers may have been unaware up until that point, but there are many, many different kinds of tea.
-->"We have blueberry, raspberry, ginseng, sleepy time, green tea, green tea with lemon, green tea with lemon and honey, liver disaster, ginger with honey, ginger without honey, vanilla almond, white truffel, blueberry chamomile, vanilla walnut, constant comment and... earl grey."
* In ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'', at age 10 Victor Van Damme had to be able to recite his ancestry starting from Vladimir Tepes.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/posts/1323671?tags=nonna one]] ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'', 4koma, Katyusha asks the rest of Pravda for their comments on the match with Oarai. Nonna then essentially blames Katyusha for everything that went wrong since Oarai was cornered in the building.
* ''Fanfic/ThoseLackingSpines'' has Xaldin go through a long list's worth of franchises crossed over with Kingdom Hearts in fanfiction. Bonus points for literally using at least one instance of all five of the points above.
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/3913384/12/A-Village-Hidden-In-Hope A Village Hidden in Hope]]'', Naruto and a young Anakin Skywalker are asked by Corusant's security forces if they know of anyone who might wish them harm after they come under attack. According to the questioning officer, they listed ''247'' separate people plus some whom they didn't know the names of.
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9884704/26/Riddle-And-The-Ancient-Contract Riddle and the Ancient Contract]]'' Tom Riddle and his wife, the former Harika Potter, take over Hogwarts. Snape hands Hari a three-foot-long list of items and improvements he considers essential for properly teaching Potions.

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Near the end of ''WesternAnimation/WereBackADinosaursStory'', Stubbs the Clown resigns from Prof. Screweyes' circus and hands in his props. ''All'' his props: "Here's my shoes, my nose, my horn, my buzzer, my fake arm, my bug-eye glasses, my backstage passes, my hat, my rabbit, ''his'' backstage passes, my fake fangs, a few birds, my pogo stick, my donkey ears, my extending tongue gag, my rubber chicken... ya can't even ''get'' these anymore... my lucky whale tooth, and a giant clam that opens to reveal the American flag held by a mermaid and her normal brother Richard!"

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/TheJerk'' when Navin becomes bankrupt, separating from his girlfriend Marie:
-->'''Navin:''' And that's it and that's the only thing I need, is this. I don't need this or this. Just this ashtray. And this paddle game, the ashtray and the paddle game and that's all I need. And this remote control. The ashtray, the paddle game, and the remote control, and that's all I need. And these matches. The ashtray, and these matches, and the remote control and the paddle ball. And this lamp. The ashtray, this paddle game and the remote control and the lamp and that's all I need. And that's all I need too. I don't need one other thing, not one - I need this. The paddle game, and the chair, and the remote control, and the matches, for sure. And this. And that's all I need. The ashtray, the remote control, the paddle game, this magazine and the chair.
-->And I don't need anything except my dog... (''his dog, Shithead, growls at him'') Okay, I don't need my dog...''
* Forrest and Bubba's shrimp discussion in ''Film/ForrestGump.''
* In ''Film/{{Roxanne}}'', the prominent-nosed fire chief C.D. Bales gets into an altercation with a drunken lout who makes the mistake of calling him 'Big nose'. C.D. points out how absolutely pathetic and predictable it is to insult a big-nosed man by calling him 'big nose', and proceeds -- much to the amusement of and with a small amount of assistance from the people around him -- to demolish the lout by rattling off a lengthy list of twenty (twenty-five if you count them honestly) alternative nasal-themed insults the lout could have used to great effect had he possessed the wit and intelligence to actually think of them. And then proceeds to hit him.[[note]]This is based on a joke from ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'' (detailed in the Theatre section below).[[/note]]
* ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'', and ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' have three examples of Long ListOfTransgressions (including [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking innocuous ones]], of course). ''Pirates'' stands out because only the 'most egerious' crimes were read aloud; the full list is much longer.
* ''Film/LiarLiar'' does a variation after Jim Carrey's character drives recklessly and is stopped by a cop...[[CannotTellALie and has to tell him the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth:]]
-->'''Cop:''' You know why I pulled you over?\\
'''Fletcher Reed:''' Depends on how long you were following me! ''[winces]'' \\
'''Cop:''' Why don't we take it from the top?\\
'''Fletcher:''' Here goes... I sped; I followed too closely; I ran a stop sign; I almost hit a Chevy; I sped some more; I failed to yield at a crosswalk; I changed lanes in an intersection; I changed lanes without signaling while running a red light and '''[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment speeding]]!'''\\
'''Cop:''' ..Is that all?\\
'''Fletcher:''' ''[growls]'' No. I have unpaid parking tickets. ''[opens his glove compartment and masses of tickets come spilling out.]''
* The standard ''Film/{{Ghostbusters|1984}}'' job interview includes asking if the candidate believes in "U.F.O.s, astral projections, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster and the theory of Atlantis."
* In ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'' Barton Keyes reels off a Long List of suicide methods, ending in: "But Mr. Norton, of all the cases on record there's not one single case of suicide by leap from the rear end of a moving train!"
* In one ''[[Creator/MarxBrothers A Night At The Opera]]'', Groucho orders a Long List of food, with Chico (who's supposed to be hiding) chiming in [[RunningGag "And two hard-boiled eggs!"]] every few items. That comes out to a lot of eggs.
* In ''Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'', the Romans [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder seem to have done a surprising amount to improve life in first century Judea.]]
* In ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'', the grateful recipients of the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch had celebrated by feasting on a rather long list of improbable delicacies.
* ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'', and the stockpile of drugs Raoul Duke and Doctor Gonzo have in their car:
-->We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high-powered blotter acid, a saltshaker half-full of cocaine, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored uppers, downers, screamers, laughers... Also, a quart of tequila, a quart of rum, a case of beer, a pint of raw ether, and two dozen amyls. Not that we needed all that for the trip, but once you get into locked a serious drug collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can.
* From ''Film/BlazingSaddles'':
-->'''Hedley Lamarr:''' I want you to round up every vicious criminal and gunslinger in the West. Take this down. I want rustlers, cutthroats, murderers, bounty hunters, desperadoes, mugs, pugs, thugs, nitwits, halfwits, dimwits, vipers, snipers, con men, Indian agents, Mexican bandits, muggers, buggerers, bushwackers, hornswagglers, horse thieves, bull dykes, train robbers, bank robbers, ass kickers, shit kickers, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and Methodists!]]
-->'''Taggart:''' ''(finally finds a pencil and paper)'' Could you repeat that, sir?
* The famous firework stand scene from ''Film/JoeDirt''.
-->'''Joe:''' So you're gonna tell me that you don't have no black cats, no Roman Candles, or screaming mimis?
-->'''Kicking Wing:''' No.
-->'''Joe:''' Oh come on, man. You got no lady fingers, fuzz buttles, snicker bombs, church burners, finger blasters, gut busters, zippity do das, or crap flappers?
-->'''Kicking Wing:''' No, i don't.
-->'''Joe:''' You're gonna stand there, ''ownin a fireworks stand'', and tell me you don't have no whistlin' bungholes, no spleen splitters, whisker biscuits, honkey lighters, hoosker doos, hoosker don'ts, cherry bombs, nipsy daisers, with or without the scooter stick, or one single whistlin' kitty chaser?
-->'''Kicking Wing:''' No... because snakes and sparklers are the only ones I like.
-->'''Joe:''' Well that might be your problem, it's not what ''you'' like, it's the consumer.
* Randall in ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' confirms a list of ordered video titles as a mother approaches the counter with her young son. He reels off [[OverlyLongGag a very long list]] of [[{{Filth}} porn titles]] as the customers wait in impatient consternation.
* In the ''Film/FourRooms'' segment "The Wrong Man," Jennifer Beals has a ''lot'' of nicknames for her husband's penis.
* ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'' had Clark give an Overly Long List of qualities he feels describe his boss after getting stiffed out of a Christmas Bonus that year. [[spoiler: "Hey. If any of you are looking for any last-minute gift ideas for me, I have one. I'd like Frank Shirley, my boss, right here tonight. I want him brought from his happy holiday slumber over there on Melody Lane with all the other rich people and I want him brought right here...with a big ribbon on his head! And I want to look him straight in the eye, and I want to tell him what a cheap, lying, no-good, rotten, four-flushing, low-life, snake-licking, dirt-eating, inbred, overstuffed, ignorant, blood-sucking, dog-kissing, brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shit he is! Hallelujah! Holy shit...where's the Tylenol?"]]
* ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'' uses the same list of teas as its comic book counterpart. Creator/MaryElizabethWinstead recited it from memory.
-->'''Scott:''' Did you make some of those up?
* In ''Film/{{Scream 4}}'', Ghostface is asking Kirby trivia questions like the first film, and then he starts asking, "Name the remake of the ground-breaking horror movie in which the villain..." And then Kirby lists off all the horror movie remakes that have come out in recent years.
* In ''Film/TheSantaClause'', "The List" is delivered to Scott Calvin - with instructions to check it twice - by half a dozen UPS trucks.
* ''Film/TheFugitive'': "Alright, listen up, people. Our fugitive has been on the run for ninety minutes. Average foot speed over uneven ground barring injuries is 4 miles-per-hour. That gives us a radius of six miles. What I want from each and every one of you is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area. Checkpoints go up at fifteen miles. Your fugitive's name is Dr. Richard Kimble. Go get him."
* The page image, from ''Film/TheFifthElement'', is a visual but not read-aloud version: a general enters [[Creator/BruceWillis Korben Dallas]] (a former major) he says that the first reason he's been drafted for the world-saving mission is that "as part of The Elite Special Forces Unit of the Federated Army you are an expert in the use of all weapons and spacecraft needed for this mission." Cue unrolling of the list.
* In ''Film/GoodWillHunting'', Will lies to Skylar that he has twelve older brothers, and when she asks their names, he hesitates just a second and then says, "Marky, Ricky, Danny, Terry, Mikey, Davy, Timmy, Tommy, Joey, Robby, Johnny and [[OddNameOut Brian]]." Then she makes him repeat it, and he does.
* Daryl and Wayne from ''Series/{{Letterkenny}}'' make fun of a hipster looking to buy organic vegetables from them, mockingly offering him a wide variety of UmbrellaDrinks.
* ''Film/GodsNotDead'', to drive its agenda home, ends with a scrolling list of about two dozen court cases involving people successfully suing colleges for religious suppression, followed by a message encouraging viewers to do the same.
* In ''Film/TheDeathOfStalin'', Vasily plans to make a speech at his father's funeral. In the speech, he describes the Soviet people as 'cubs', and then starts listing "Russian cubs, Georgian cubs, Latvian cubs..." and keeps listing, apparently intending to list every republic in the USSR. Both times, he gets cut off before he can finish the list.

* From Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'', there's Samantha's incredibly lengthy monologue about all of the things she believes, which she says so that Shadow will open up to her:
-->''"I can believe that things are true and I can believe things that arenít true and I can believe things where nobody knows if theyíre true or not. I can believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny and Marilyn Monroe and the Beatles and Elvis and Mister Ed. Listen Ė I believe that people are perfectible, that knowledge is infinite, that the world is run by secret banking cartels and is visited by aliens on a regular basis, nice ones that look like wrinkledy lemurs and bad ones who mutilate cattle and want our water and our women. I believe that the future sucks and I believe that future rocks and I believe that one day White Buffalo Woman is going to come back and kick everyoneís ass. I believe that all men are just overgrown boys with deep problems communicating and that the decline in good sex in America is coincident with the decline in drive-in movie theaters from state to state. I believe that all politicians are unprincipled crooks and I still believe that they are better than the alternative. I believe that California is going to sink into the sea when the big one comes, while Florida is going to dissolve into madness and alligators and toxic waste. I believe that antibacterial soap is destroying our resistance to dirt and disease so that one day weíll all be wiped out by the common cold like the Martians in War of the Worlds. I believe that the greatest poets of the last century were Edith Sitwell and Don Marquis, that jade is dried dragon sperm, and that thousands of years ago in a former life I was a one-armed Siberian shaman. I believe that mankindís destiny lies in the stars. I believe that candy really did taste better when I was a kid, that itís aerodynamically impossible for a bumblebee to fly, that light is a wave and a particle, that thereís a cat in a box somewhere whoís alive and dead at the same time (although if they donít ever open the box to feed it itíll eventually just be two different kinds of dead), and that there are stars in the universe billions of years older than the universe itself. I believe in a personal god who cares about me and worries and oversees everything I do. I believe in an impersonal god who set the universe in motion and went off to hang with her girlfriends and doesnít even know that Iím alive. I believe in an empty and godless universe of casual chaos, background noise, and sheer blind luck. I believe that anyone who says that sex is overrated just hasnít done it properly. I believe that anyone claims to know whatís going on will lie about the little things too. I believe in absolute honesty and sensible social lies. I believe in a womanís right to choose, a babyís right to live, that while all human life is sacred thereís nothing wrong with the death penalty if you can trust the legal system implicitly, and that no one but a moron would ever trust the legal system. I believe life is a game, that life is a cruel joke, and that life is what happens when youíre alive and that you might as well lie back and enjoy it."''
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', in Endless Eight, Kyon asks Yuki for information on the 15498 cycles. She promptly starts reciting data, but Kyon stops her before she sorts the variations in descending order.
-->''"In the last fifteen-thousand four hundred ninety-seven cycles, O-bon has been omitted twice. O-bon sans goldfish catching occurred a total of four hundred thirty-seven times. The city pool has been visited without fail as of this cycle. Part-time work has been conducted a total of nine-thousand twenty-five times with six variations in the nature of the work. Other than distributing balloons, there has also been stock loading, cash register, flyer distributions, call answering, as well as a model fashion show. There have been six-thousand eleven balloon distributions, with three hundred sixty overlaps in two or more variations. Repeated iterations sorted by order of combination are-"''
-->''"That's enough, you don't have to continue."''
* In the {{Novelization}} of the film ''The Shaggy D.A.'' the title character's son asks the ice cream man to list all the varieties he has available, then orders a vanilla ice cream sandwich. He does this ''every day''. The ice cream man is annoyed but used to it and starts the list as soon as he sees the kid, ending at about the same time the kid arrives at the ice cream truck.
* The ''Annals of Improbable Research'' article [[http://improbable.com/airchives/classical/articles/peanut_butter_rotation.html "The Effects of Peanut Butter on the Rotation of the Earth"]] has a long list of authors, many of which are dubiously disguised names of celebrities past and present. The actual text of the article? "So far as we can determine, peanut butter has no effect on the rotation of the earth." That's it.
* "A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects." ''--[[Creator/RobertAHeinlein Lazarus Long]]''
* Another old example would be the ''Literature/ArabianNights''. One story features two people arguing over an alleged BagOfHolding that according to each one of them contained an increasingly larger list of things. But the best Long List has probably got to be the list of food that one of the three ladies buys in the story of the Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad.
* F Scott Fitzgerald was good at these, especially in ''Literature/TheGreatGatsby''.
* One of the ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' prequel novels also contains a list of crimes, a few of which are [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking downright hilarious]].
* John Hodgman's list of 700 hobo names in ''Literature/TheAreasOfMyExpertise'' (which grows to 800 in the paperback release).
** And his list of [[Literature/MoreInformationThanYouRequire 700 Mole-Men Names (and their Professions)]]
** And his list of the names of [[Literature/ThatIsAll 700 Ancient and Unspeakable Ones]].
* There's a YA trilogy by Kevin Crossley-Holland based around the KingArthur stories, told from the point of view of a teenage page/squire/knight in the Middle Ages, who joins the Crusades in the third book. There's a lot about the process of getting ready to mount a huge international campaign like this, and at one point, for two solid back-to-back pages he lists all the things he sees being loaded onto ships. It's nuts, especially considering a lot of the words are obsolete.
* The very description of this trope mentions it involving a list off from a guy behind the counter. Something exactly of this sort happened to Bill Bryson in ''The Lost Continent'':
-->'''Mississippi waitress:''' "How about a piece o'Pah? We got blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, boysenberry, huckleberry, whortleberry, cherry berry, hair berry, Chuck Berry, Beri Beri and lemon."
* In ''Literature/TheLegacyOfTotalitarianismInATundra'', the novel starts with a long list of trigger warnings, including "Trigger Warnings".
* In ''Literature/TheLegendOfNightfall'', Nightfall is charged with "forty-seven acts of grand theft, nineteen murders, two counts of treason, one assault, and more than eight hundred and fifty misdemeanors. And thatís just in Alyndar."
* ''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'':
** A scene in the eleventh book has a listing of a huge number of "ingredients" for an improvised glue-like substance.
** As well as the "Snow Scouts Alphabet Pledge", which parodies the Boy Scout Law (see RealLife below), listing a quality for every letter of the alphabet, some of them contradictory and not all of them positive. One of the qualities listed is "xylophone" because the leader couldn't think of anything else starting with an X.
** In ''Literature/LemonySnicketTheUnauthorizedAutobiography'', there are plenty of them. Most notable is the one in a transcript of a VFD meeting spoken by a nine-year-old member.
** Also, the long list of (close to 20,000!) rules they had to follow at the Village of Fowl Devotees.
** Esme Squallor's personal library full of books cataloging what was in and out in various months, years, etc.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'':
** One [[Discworld/UnseenAcademicals Professor Macarona]] D.Thau (Bug), D.Maus (Chubb), Magistaludorum (QIS), Octavium (Hons), PHGK (Blit), DSMK, Mack, D.Thau (Bra), Visiting Professor in Chickens (Jahn the Conqueror University (Floor 2, Shrimp Packers Building, Genua)), Primo Octo (Deux), Visiting Professor of Blit/Slood Exchanges (Al Khali), KCbfJ, Reciprocating Professor of Blit Theory (Unki), D.Thau (Unki), Didimus Supremus (Unki), Emeritus Professor in Blit Substrate Determinations (Chubb), Chair of Blit and Music Studies (Quirm College for Young Ladies), there's only one Professor Macarona D.Thau (Bug), D.Maus (Chubb), Magistaludorum (QIS), Octavium (Hons), PHGK (Blit), DSMK...
*** In the same book there's also Ponder's list of suggestions for improving the game of football after the wizards' first pitiful attempt at playing it, a list that goes on for nearly a page and a half.
** Used a few times in combination with TrademarkFavoriteFood. In the second ''Science of Discworld'', the Elf Queen's attempt to read Rincewind's mind is blocked by his mental litany of potato recipes. In ''Discworld/GoingPostal'', [[CloudCuckoolander Stanley's]] pea-brain gets stuck on the prospect of a stamp in honor of regional cabbage farming, and he can't stop rattling off cabbage recipes [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan without intervention]].
** ''Discworld/TheLastContinent'' sees Death ask for a list of dangerous creature of Fourecks, and receives a book titled ''Dangerous Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, Fish, Jellyfish, Insects, Spiders, Crustaceans, Grasses, Trees, Mosses and Lichens of Terror Incognita''. Or rather, is buried in the many volumes comprising the work, which extends at least as far as Volume 29c Part 3. When he asks for a list of creatures that aren't dangerous he receives a sheet of paper reading "some of the sheep".
** The sign on the door of the Ankh-Morpork Post Office listing the things that ''will'' stay these messengers about their duty in ''Discworld/MenAtArms'' and ''Discworld/GoingPostal''. Don't arsk us about rocks, trolls with sticks, Mrs. Cake, big green things with teeth, any kind of black dogs with orange eyebrows, rains of spaniels, fog. [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Mrs. Cake.]]
* ''Literature/DonQuixote'': This trope is played straight and parodied:
** Played straight at the Preface of the Author, Part I, a friend of Cervantes advises him to get a book that quotes famous authors from A to Z and just insert the examples in his own book, so Cervantes can feign that he knows all those authors, because some readers are simple enough to believe that the author can use all those quotes in any book.
** Parodied at Chapter XVIII, Part I. Since Creator/{{Homer}}, the [[EpicCatalog description of the forces and the generals of an army]] was an important part of the heroic literature, and books of chivalry were pleased to develop it, (Amadis of Gaul has a similar scene). In that chapter, Don Quixote takes three pages to describe the forces of what he sees at two contending armies to Sancho, who only can see... two droves of sheep. Lampshaded by the author:
-->''Good God! what a number of countries and nations he named! giving to each its proper attributes with marvellous readiness; brimful and saturated with what he had read in his lying books! Sancho Panza hung upon his words without speaking, and from time to time turned to try if he could see the knights and giants his master was describing...''
* ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}!'' has a list of bands that will be attending its climactic music festival, stretching over several pages. Despite the book being written in the '70s, [[HilariousInHindsight one of the bands is Nirvana]].
-->''[...] the Fillet of Soul, finding bookings sparse in London, drove into Ingolstadt in a Volvo painted seventeen Day-Glo colors and flaunting Ken Kesey's old slogan, "Further!" On April 24 the real trickle began, and [...] the Wrathful Visions, the Cockroaches, and the Senate and the People of Rome all drove down Rathauplatz in bizarre vehicles, while the Ultra-Violet Hippopotamus and [[Literature/TheThingOnTheDoorstep the Thing on the Doorstep]] both navigated Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse in even more amazing buses. On April 25 [...], the trickle turned into a stream and in came Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, the Glue Sniffers, [[Film/KingKong King Kong and his Skull Island Dinosaurs]], the Howard Johnson Hamburger, the Riot in Cell Block Ten, [[Film/HouseOfFrankenstein the House of Frankenstein]], the Signifying Monkey, [[Creator/AmbroseBierce the Damned Thing]], the Orange Moose, the Indigo Banana, and the Pink Elephant. On April 26 the stream became a flood, and [...] Ingolstadters found themselves inundated with [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Frodo Baggins and his Ring]], [[Literature/TheMouseThatRoared the Mouse that Roars]], the Crew of the Flying Saucer, [[Film/TheMagnificentAmbersons the Magnificent Ambersons]], [[Music/FrankSinatra the House I Live In]], the Sound of One Hand, the Territorial Imperative, [[Main/CircleOfStandingStones the Druids of Stonehenge]], [[Main/EenieMeenieMinyMoai the Heads of Easter Island]], [[Main/{{Atlantis}} the Lost Continent of Mu]], [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bugs Bunny and his Fourteen Carrots]], the Gospel According to Marx, [[Main/RedScare the Card-Carrying Members]], [[Creator/ArthurCClarke the Sands of Mars]], the Erection, [[Music/TheAssociation the Association]], the Amalgamation, [[UsefulNotes/AlCapone the St. Valentine's Day Massacre]], the Climax, the Broad Jumpers, the Pubic Heirs, the Freeks, and the Windows. Music/MickJagger and his new group, the Trashers, arrived on April 27 [...] and there quickly followed the Roofs, [[Literature/TheBible Moses and Monotheism]], Music/{{Steppenwolf}}, Civilization and its Discontents, Poor Richard and his Rosicrucian Secrets, the Wrist Watch, [[Creator/WilliamSBurroughs the Nova Express]], the Father of Waters, the Human Beings, the Washington Monument, the Thalidomide Babies, [[Literature/StrangerInAStrangeLand the Strangers in a Strange Land]], [[Music/DrJohn Dr. John the Night Tripper]], Music/JoanBaez, [[Main/DeadMansHand the Dead Man's Hand]], Joker and the One-Eyed Jacks, Peyote Woman, the Heavenly Blues, [[Main/{{Golem}} the Golems]], the Supreme Awakening, the Seven Types of Ambiguity, [[UsefulNotes/ColdWar the Cold War]], [[Franchise/StreetFighter the Street Fighters]], the Bank Burners, the Slaves of Satan, [[UsefulNotes/DwightDEisenhower the Domino Theory]], and Maxwell and his Demons. On April 28 [...] the Acapulco Gold Diggers arrived, followed by [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh the Epic of Gilgamesh]], the Second Law of Thermodynamics, [[Film/TheBridesOfDracula Dracula and his Brides]], [[UsefulNotes/IronCurtain the Iron Curtain]], the Noisy Minority, the International Debt, [[UsefulNotes/SigmundFreud Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex]], the Cloud of Unknowing, [[Film/TheBirthOfANation1915 the Birth of a Nation]], [[Music/TheZombies the Zombies]], [[UsefulNotes/AttilaTheHun Atilla and his Huns]], Nihilism, the Catatonics, the Thorndale Jag Offs, [[Main/BombThrowingAnarchists the Haymarket Bomb]], [[Main/{{Koan}} the Head of a Dead Cat]], [[Literature/TheShadowOutOfTime the Shadow Out of Time]], [[Literature/TheSirensOfTitan the Sirens of Titan]], [[Creator/KurtVonnegut the Player Piano]], the Streets of Laredo, [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey the Space Odyssey]], the Blue Moonies, the Crabs, the Dose, [[Main/WhoShotJFK the Grassy Knoll]], the Latent Image, the Wheel of Karma, the Communion of Saints, the City of God, the General Indefinite Wobble, the Left-Handed Monkey Wrench, the Thorn in the Flesh, [[Literature/PrincipiaDiscordia the Rising Podge]], [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} SHAZAM]], the Miniature Sled, the 23rd Appendix, the Other Cheek, the Occidental Ox, Ms. and the Chairperson, Cohen Cohen Cohen and Khan, and the Joint Phenomenon.''
--> ''On April 29 [...] the deluge descended on Ingolstadt: Buses, trucks, station wagons, special trains, and every manner of transport except dog sleds, brought in the Wonders of the Invisible World, [[Creator/NathanielHawthorne Maule's Curse]], the Jesus Head Trip, [[Literature/MobyDick Ahab and his Amputation]], [[Literature/TheLegendOfSleepyHollow the Horseless Headsman]], [[Literature/LeavesOfGrass the Leaves of Grass]], [[UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln the Gettysburg Address]], [[Literature/TheOdyssey the Rosy-Fingered Dawn]], [[Literature/OverTheWineDarkSea the Wine-Dark Sea]], Music/{{Nirvana}}, the Net of Jewels, Here Comes Everybody, [[Creator/EzraPound the Pisan Cantos]], the Snows of Yesteryear, the Pink Dimension, [[Main/{{Koan}} the Goose in the Bottle]], [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk the Incredible Hulk]], [[Music/TheThirdBardo the Third Bardo]], Aversion Therapy, [[Main/UnstoppableForceMeetsImmovableObject the Irresistible Force]], [[UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein MC Squared]], the Enclosure Acts, the 99-Year Lease, [[Main/UnstoppableForceMeetsImmovableObject the Immovable Object]], [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Spaceship Earth]], the Radiocarbon Method, the Rebel Yell, the Clenched Fist, the Doomsday Machine, the Rand Scenario, the United States Commitment, [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings the Entwives]], [[Creator/AEVanVogt the Players of Null-A]], [[Creator/ArthurCClarke the Prelude to Space]], [[Creator/TheodoreSturgeon Thunder and Roses]], Armageddon, [[Literature/TheTimeMachine the Time Machine]], the Mason Word, the Monkey Business, the Works, [[UsefulNotes/TarotCards the Eight of Swords]], Gorilla Warfare, the Box Lunch, [[Creator/AleisterCrowley the New Aeon]], [[UsefulNotes/AtomicBombingsOfHiroshimaAndNagasaki the Enola Gay]], the Octet Truss, the Stochastic Process, the Fluxions, the Burning House, the Phantom Captain, [[Literature/TheDeclineOfTheWest the Decline of the West]], the Dualists, [[Literature/TheCallOfTheWild the Call of the Wild]], Consciousness III, [[UsefulNotes/{{Mormonism}} the Reorganized Church of Latter-Day Saints]], Standard Oil of Ohio, the Zig-Zag Men, the Rubble Risers, the Children of Ra, [=TNT=], the Acceptable Radiation, the Pollution Level, [[Literature/BookOfRevelation the Great Beast, the Whores of Babylon]], [[Literature/TheWasteLand the Waste Land]], the Ugly Truth, the Final Diagnosis, [[Creator/RobertAHeinlein Solution Unsatisfactory]], the Heat Death of the Universe, Mere Noise, I Opening, the Nine Unknown Men, the Horse of Another Color, the Falling Rock Zone, the Ascent of the Serpent, Reddy Willing and Unable, the Civic Monster, Hercules and the Tortoise, the Middle Pillar, the Deleted Expletive, Deep Quote, [=LuCiFeR=], the Dog Star, Nothin' Sirius, and Preparation H.''
* Literature/LordPeterWimsey runs through a list of things he's figured out about the case in ''The Nine Tailors''. It consists of every pertinent bit of information except [[spoiler:the identity of the murderer, and how he committed the murder.]]
-->''"But that, as I say, is a trifle."''
* In ''Literature/StarTrekKlingonEmpire'', Lokor knows many things.
-->"I know everything that happens on this ship. I know that Bekks Yojagh and Moq are having sexual relations in secret. I know that three of the squad leaders in First and Second Company are no longer using the names they were born with. I know that Ensign Kallo would rather be a painter than an officer, but that she is dreadfully bad at painting. I know that Leader Ryjjan has borrowed storage in the cargo bay from two officers in order to store barrels of bloodwine. I know that Commander Kurak has a nephew who will enter Defense Force officer training in less than a year, at which point she will resign her commission. I know that Leader Hovoq is impotent. I know that Lieutenant Yaklan writes fiction under an assumed name. I know that Leader Wol accidentally killed her own son at San-Tarah. I know that Bekk J'nfod cheats when he plays grinnak. I know that most of the neckbones that Lieutenant Leskit wears were not taken in battle as he claims. I know that Leader Zurlkint has a fondness for a Terran fruit called sutawberIs and he had a box of them smuggled in when we left Ty'Gokor. I know that Leader Kylag has two different mates on two different planets in the empire. I know that you received those recordings of Battlecruiser Vengeance you're so fond of in exchange for a set of coins that, should your father ever find out you traded them, he would kill you".
* ''Literature/HouseOfLeaves'' features some extremely long lists of references in its ''The Navidson Record'' parts. The various levels of fictional editors comment that the references are nonexistent or have nothing to do with what is being talked about, though some of them do contain codes and hidden messages.
** Almost [[ExaggeratedTrope exaggerated]] in Footnote 144, which lists everything the House does NOT have. Since the House is pretty much [[NothingIsScarier nothingness]], this goes on and on and on and on.
** In Johnny's narrative there's the part where he lists [[ReallyGetsAround all the women Lude had had sex with]] in the month of November. This features 19 entries (but more women Lude had sex with, since it was arranged by day-of-the-month and included some threesomes and foursomes) and is presented very dryly, almost in a spreadsheet-like format.
* ''Literature/AVoid'' has a lot of long lists, usually just to show off what words can be included that don't have the letter "e".
* In "Blood Pact", the most recent Literature/GauntsGhosts novel, one of the blood pact members has taken a vow to say all the names of death. He's been saying them for years. [[spoiler: He never gets to finish, because one of the last names on the list is the person who kills him.]]
* In the ''Adventures of [=McBroom=]'' series by Creator/SidFleischman, rural patriarch Josh [=McBroom=] has eleven children, which he calls in rapidfire cadence thus: "[=WillJILLHesterCHESTERPeterPOLLYTimTOMMaryLARRYandlittleCLARINDA=]!"
* One common [[FunWithPalindromes palindrome]] joke is to augment the famous "A man, a plan, a canal: Panama" palindrome into a still-palindromic long list. The most famous example of this is probably:
-->''A man, a plan, a canoe, pasta, heros, rajahs, a coloratura, maps, snipe, percale, macaroni, a gag, a banana bag, a tan, a tag, a banana bag again (or a camel), a crepe, pins, Spam, a rut, a Rolo, cash, a jar, sore hats, a peon, a canal: Panama!''
* Creator/NealStephenson is quite good at these. The mission statement bit in ''Literature/{{Cryptonomicon}}'' and this gem from ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'':
-->''[=McWhorter=]'s Original Condiment was written large, ...\\
Water, blackstrap molasses, imported habanero peppers, salt, garlic, ginger, tomato puree, axle greese, real hickory smoke, snuff, butts of clove cigarettes, Guinness Stout fermentation dregs, uranium mill tailings, muffler cores, monosodium glutamate, nitrates, nitrites, nitrotes and nitrutes, nutrites, natrotes, powdered pork nose hairs, dynamite, activiated charcoal, match-heads, used pipe cleaners, tar, nicotine, single-malt whiskey, smoked beef lymph nodes, autumn leaves, red fuming nitric acid, bituminous coal, fallout, printer's ink, laundry starch, drain cleaner, blue chrysotile asbestos, carrageenan, BHA, BHT, and natural flavorings.''
* Francois Rabelais, 16th-century writer of the French renaissance, in chapter XXII of his satirical novel ''Gargantua'' lists more than 90 games the young Gargantua plays every day, while his 'education' is supervised by (incompetent, as you may infer) old-style clerical "sophisters".
* Israeli satirist Creator/EphraimKishon used this when he and his wife go to a supermarket the first time. They end up buying stuff for more than thousand pounds.
* Creator/JamesJoyce makes extensive use of extensive lists in ''Literature/FinnegansWake''.
* In the novel version of ''Literature/PrinceCaspian'', Peter challenges Miraz via letter, which says that Edmund must have taken a minute to read all of Peter's titles. In the film version, Edmund tacks on his own lengthy list of titles, just to rub it in.
* In ''Literature/{{You}}'', making a list of all the objects that need to be in the game world is part of Russell's job as lead designer. The sheer volume of stuff to consider (and the CombinatorialExplosion potential) freaks him out a little.
* In Creator/GeorgeOrwell's essay "What is Fascism?", we have this passage:
-->It will be seen that, as used, the word "fascism" [[YouKeepUsingThatWord is almost entirely meaningless]]. In conversation, of course, it is used even more wildly than in print. I have heard it applied to farmers, shopkeepers, Social Credit, corporal punishment, fox-hunting, bull-fighting, the 1922 Committee, the 1941 Committee, Kipling, Gandhi, Chiang Kai-Shek, homosexuality, Priestley's broadcasts, Youth Hostels, astrology, women, dogs and I do not know what else.
* Long lists are a CreatorThumbprint for Karel Čapek.


[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/RedDwarf'': The trailer for Series 12 has profiles for each of the four Dwarfers. Under ''Aliases'' for Rimmer, as well as showing two historic examples - "Goalpost Head" and "Trans-Am wheel arch nostrils" - it also displays the exaggerated-but-somewhat-accurate "637 entries found".
* ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Usually when Mrs. Davis lists ingredients, i.e. "Model Teacher".
* In the episode "Even Hell has Two Bars" of ''Series/{{Selfie}}'' Henry says Eliza is most likely his plus one, as they were both invited to Saperstein's summer house for a possible promotion. Eliza takes great offense at this saying she's "VIP bitches", and rattles off a list of places she was not a plus one to-this goes on from their initial conversation at the office to when they pull up to the summer house, most likely at least one day later. Of course, it turns out she is in fact his plus one, but for a good reason (Saperstein knows Henry is better with Eliza around)
-->'''Eliza:''' Was I plus one at Adam Levine's Halloween party? At Avril Lavigne's Christmas party? At Sherri Shephard's purse party? At the grand reopening of the South Pasadena Victoria's Secret, which I didn't go to but to which I was invited and had I gone I would have received a free thong!? (*cut to them in a buggy coming to the house*) Was I plus one at Target's preferred shoppers Black Friday pre-sale? Hmm, was I plus one at Jennifer Meyer's irregular trunk sale? Was I plus one at Scott Disik's intervent-
--->'''Henry:''' Fine, Eliza, fine.
--->'''Eliza:''' The point is I receive plus ones, I do not be them.
* ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' specialized in this: "The Cheese Shoppe", the "Spam" sketch, and one particular sketch where a screen containing all the synonyms of a certain word was lowered onto the stage and the audience was invited to recite from it. Most subsequent uses of the trope are often homages to Python.
** Also the list of victims in the "Mass Murder Case" sketch.
** And the name and lineage of Erik Njorl.
** And the chief weapons of UsefulNotes/TheSpanishInquisition.
** The "Spam" sketch was the origin of the term "spam" in the sense of junk email, due to the tendency to read it as "[[BillBillJunkBill spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, oooh an interoffice memo!]]".
** "Spam" is also notable in that it's a parody of "cheese shop"-style "catalog" sketches. (Cleese and Chapman wrote all of the originals, "Spam" was written by Jones and Palin as a spoof of the others' style.)
* The Ice Cream Parlour sketch by Series/TheTwoRonnies.
** The Long List is Ronnie Barker's trademark in the show.
* Doctor Cox in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' is fond of reeling off long, fast lists of -- for example -- "things that he cares more about than the fact that it's JD's last day as an intern", normally involving at least one insult to Hugh Jackman. Subverted in the season 6 finale -- he's barely started his rant when Dr. Kelso interrupts with "Funny, long list. We get it. You need a new thing, big guy."
* In an early sketch on ''Series/SesameStreet'', Ernie asks an ice cream vendor for a chocolate/strawberry/peach/vanilla/banana/pistachio/peppermint/lemon/orange/butterscotch ice cream cone (with both characters repeating the list of flavors [[OverlyLongGag several times]] each), but the vendor makes the mistake of filling the order backward.
** After Ernie complains, the vendor tells him to eat the stack-o-flavors "standing on his head".
* "The Menu Song" from ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971" (written by Music/TomLehrer) [[ListSong consists entirely of this]].
** The sketch about the And Sandwich includes a long list of ingredients.
* Adam Savage going through the steps of the Series/MythBusters [[RubeGoldbergDevice Christmas Rube Goldberg Machine]].
* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' was very fond of these.
** F'rinstance, from episode 817 (''Film/TheHorrorOfPartyBeach''):
--->'''Crow:''' You kids, with your big pants, and your colored chalk, and your Neve Campbell, and your fanny packs, and your Nerf balls, and your listening to the No Doubts, and your Pong, and your Volkswagen Golf leases, and your notebooks, and the kids with the pierced I-don't-know-whats, and the roller skates, and the 23-skidoos, and the listening to the Becks, and...
** Episode 405 (''Being from Another Planet'') finds Joel and the Bots rattling off a Long List of {{Mad Lib Thriller Title}}s from the "Creator/RobertLudlum library": The Horshack Conspiracy, The Forbin Conundrum, The Slingshack Congealment, The Migraine Containment, The Crankshaft Mc Nogginbee, The Polping Popoopoo, The Klingla Klogluglu, The Shreenshrack Regeengyne, The Momaw Mamoomoo, The Greengeen Gagrinegagrinega, The Lala Kalingalingaling, The Kriskrack Krakrakra, The Zinga Zingaza, The Macheengo Conghelium, and The Mingmang Patingtang.
** In Episode 414 (''Film/{{Tormented}}''), Joel and the Bots list some musicians they'd like to see fall from a lighthouse to their death (as happens to one of the movie's characters): Kenny Rogers, the Manhattan Transfer, Music/KennyLoggins, Jim Messina, Dr. Hook, Jonathan Edwards, Dononvan, Lionel Richie, Michael Bolton, Ben Sidran, Michael Franks, Music/NewKidsOnTheBlock, Starland Vocal Band, Peter Himmelman, Anne Murray, and ([[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment again]]) Kenny Rogers.
** In Episode 503 (''Swamp Diamonds''), Joel and the Bots speculate on what other nicknames one of the film's actors, Mike "Touch" Connors, considered before settling on "Touch". They come up with Thrust, Jab, Fudge, Crunch, Blast, Smidge, Shout, Batch, Scrod, Flake, Wink, Sploot, Pinch, Probe, Wing, Snake, Grunt, Flink, Pat, Snack, and Slap, and [[OddNameOut Hal]]. (Servo: "Hal?!!")
** In Episode 820 (''Film/SpaceMutiny''), Mike and the Bots give a long list of [[IHaveManyNames nicknames]] for Flight Commander David Ryder: Slab Bulkhead, Fridge Largemeat, Punt Speedchunk, Butch Deadlift, Bold Bigflank, Splint Chesthair, Flint Ironstag, Bolt Vanderhuge, Blast Hardcheese, Thick [=McRunfast=], Buff Drinklots, Trunk Slamchest, Fist Rockbone, Stump Beefnob, Smash Lampjaw, Punch Rockgroin, Buck Plankchest, Stump Chunkman, Dirk Hardpeck, Rip Steakface, Slate Slabrock, Crud Bonemeal, Brick Hardmeat, Rip Slagcheek, Punch Sideiron, Gristle [=McThornBody=], Slake Fistcrunch, Buff Hardback, [[OddNameOut Bob Johnson]], Blast Thickneck, Crunch Buttsteak, Slab Squatthrust, Lump Beefbroth, Touch Rustrod, Reef Blastbody, Big [=McLargeHuge=], Smoke Manmuscle, Beat Punchbeef, Pack Blowfist, and Roll Fizzlebeef.
** In episode 1104 (''Film/{{Avalanche}}''), Jonah and the 'Bots buy up the rights to a long, long list of potential titles for "stupid-on-purpose hybrid b-movies" in the vein of ''Film/{{Sharknado}}'', including "Gatorlanche, Horsetapus, Pugslide, Blitzfrog, Swanpedo, Frankensnake Riftbeaver vs. Outer Space Napalmuskrat, Streptococker Spaniel..."
--->'''Kinga:''' We have ''got'' to claim some of these titles!\\
'''TV's Son of TV's Frank:''' Why didn't ''we'' think of ''Streptococker Spaniel''?!
* On ''Series/{{Taxi}}'', Latka starts to tell the other characters how there's only one thing you need in life to make you happy, and that's friends...but then he remembers that you also need food and clothes...and a nice car...and a home...with a pool...and a beautiful woman "to make you foam at the mouth"...and finally concludes that if you have all that other stuff, "the friends would only get in the way."
* On the one-off British drama ''The Missing Postman'', happens to one of the down-to-earth policemen. "Want a sandwich, sir? We've got 476 varieties..." (He offers a brief glance at the huge list on a board) "I'll have cheese".
* This example happened in the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk Visits a Farm", when Monk is confronted by [[spoiler:Jimmy Belmont]] and finds his fenced off field, Monk rambles off a long list of nicknames for marijuana:
-->'''Adrian Monk:''' Okay, whatís back there? Let me guess. Fields of reefer.
-->'''Jimmy Belmont:''' Fields of reefer? What kind of cop were you?
-->'''Adrian Monk:''' You know what I mean: Ditchweed. Boo. The old Ali Baba.
-->'''Jimmy Belmont:''' What makes you think that Iíd actually-
-->'''Adrian Monk:''' Magic Dragon. Bambalachi. Yellow Submarine. Black Bart. Doctor Giggles. Kentucky Blue. You know what Iím talking about. Iím talking about Railroad Weed! Thatís right. The Devilís Parsley. Skunk, Splim, Splam, Mooster. Side Salad.
* On ''Series/TheColbertReport'':
** During a Word segment, Colbert demanded (rhetorically), "[[WhatHaveYouDoneForMeLately What have unions ever done for us?]]" Instead of its usual single phrase, [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder the bullet point responded with a huge scrolling list.]]
** [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/267053/march-09-2010/consumer-alert---pringles March 9, 2010, a twofer:]] He issues a rare Stephen Colbert Consumer Alert, because it has been found that two types of Pringles may contain salmonella contamination. But don't worry. He assures that the recalled flavors are not ''[he pulls out a lot of Pringles cans from beneath his desk as he calls off each flavor]'' Original flavor, or Sour Cream & Onion, or Barbecue, or Salt and Vinegar, or Ranch, or Bacon Ranch, or Multi-grain Ranch, or Multi-Grain Original, or Cheddar, or Multi-Cheddar Cheese, or Pizza, or Jalapeno, or Loaded Baked Potato, or Extreme Screamin' Dill Pickle, or Extreme Kickin' Cheddar, or Extreme Blasted Buffalo Wing. No, none of those. It's also not Reduced Fat Original, Reduced Fat Savory Cheddar, Reduced Fat Sweet Mesquite Barbecue, or Reduced Fat Tomato and Mozzarella. No, none of those, okay? It's also not Light Original, Light Sour Cream & Onion, or Light Barbecue, okay? No no, unfortunately, it's the two best flavors: Cheeseburger, which gives you all the enjoyment of a cheeseburger without the bother of cheese, or burger, okay? And: Taco Night.
** Immediately followed by Colbert rattling off the ingredients of Taco Night, which doesn't just deliver the flavor of a taco - hell, even a taco could do ''that'' - but captures the whole taco ''night''. You can see it in the ingredients: whey, vegetable solids, sunflower oil, opening the refrigerator to find there's nothing else and deciding to make tacos, even though you made them two nights ago, cheddar cheese, multodextrin, salt, Alex, tell your sister to come downstairs, it's taco night, whaddaya mean, "She's at Brian's house"?, rice, flour, onion powder, no we can't eat in front of the TV, we're gonna dine as a family, dried tomato, malic acid, fine, if you don't wanna eat what's being served, everyone can fend for themselves and watch this family fall apart, but if anyone wants to join me, I'll be in the dining room enjoying tacos!, disodium phosphates, paprika extract, take off that sombrero, Alex, I will not be mocked! Oh, and potatoes.
** The September 6, 2011 Cheating Death segment introduces Vaxamalgam, the one-pod-of-pills-fused-together-fits-all cure to insomnia, drowsiness, angina, eczema, dry mouth, damp mouth, constipation, diarrhea, night terrors, day terrors, brunch terrors, sore throat, deep throat, lockjaw, slackjaw, jabberjaw, nausea, rashes, heart arrhythmia, erectile dysfunction, blood in urine, urine in blood, shingles, cedar shake, aluminum siding, or whatever that yellow one does. Depending on what condition you have, Vaxamalgam will cure it... or cause it. Side effects include asperger helper, Jimmy-crack-corneas, and explosive diorama.
*** You also should not take it with milk... but that shouldn't be a problem, because it's a suppository. (Mind you, it's about the length and width of a standard TV remote, sooo...)
** August 16, 2010: [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/350618/august-16-2010/growing-intelligence-community---richard-clarke this segment on intelligence agencies in the United States]], with graphics appearing for each bureau Stephen mentions:
-->'''Stephen Colbert:''' Folks, these are dangerous times. That's why we need the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, the Department of Homeland Security, the Director of National Intelligence, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, the National Reconnissance Office, the National Counterterrorism Center, the National Drug Intelligence Center, the Office of Intelligence Support, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, the Information Security Oversight Office, and of course, the National Bureau of On-Screen Graphic Overload. ''[The seal of the On-Screen Graphic Overload bureau (an eagle with a color bar shield below a television showing static) appears in front of Stephen's face, the only space on the screen for a graphic to be added]''
** Both the real Creator/StephenColbert and the character are the youngest of eleven children, and he likes to rattle them off in order. Notably abbreviated in one episode when he commented on the studies showing that [[TomatoInTheMirror men with more older brothers are more likely to be gay]]: "Now, I have a few problems with this. Namely, Jimmy, Eddie, Billy, Tommy, Jay, Paul, and Peter."
* On ''Series/TheDailyShow'', at a time when the Bush administration was embroiled in a particularly high number of scandals, they did a little snippet before a commercial break of Scott [=McClellan=] saying the White House wouldn't comment on a situation, and asked a trivia question: Was he talking about A) Dick Cheney's hunting accident, B) the response to Hurricane Katrina, C) the Jack Abramoff scandal, or D) the Valerie Plame affair? ''({{Beat}})'' Or E) NSA wiretapping? Or F) Abu Ghraib? Or G) Guantanamo Bay? Or H) the Tom [=DeLay=] corruption scandal? ''([[OverlyLongGag After the commercial break]])'' Or Z) Oil industry subsidies? Or Alpha) NASA censorship? Or Beta) Politicization of Creator/{{PBS}}? Or Gamma) Halliburton no-bid contracts? Or Delta) Failure to find [=WMDs=] in Iraq?
** Another episode covered an event held in support of House Majority Leader Tom [=DeLay=] when he was being investigated for money laundering and other ethics violations (he was later convicted). They played clips of people making speeches about the media trying to dig up dirt on an innocent man, including a woman who [[WorstNewsJudgementEver complained that no one had reported that DeLay had sold his business as congressional ethics required when he was first elected]]. Jon Stewart replied, "You know, she's right -- you never hear about the laws Tom [=DeLay=] ''doesn't'' break," upon which a list scrolled over the screen including things like "cockfighting," "bribing a customs official," "murder in the first degree" and "murder in the third degree" [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial (conspicuously leaving out the second)]].
** When Donald Trump took Sarah Palin to Famiglia's Pizza, a chain restaurant that provides what Jon called "convenience pizza", Jon took Trump to task, [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/0ect4f/me-lover-s-pizza-with-crazy-broad rattling off a list of New York area pizzerias where he could have taken Palin.]] This was before Jon's reaction to seeing Trump [[BerserkButton eating pizza with a fork.]]
* ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'' did something similar with a list of "Tory sleaze" scandals.
** And a list of [[PyrrhicVillainy actions performed by Jeffrey Archer]] that might hinder him in becoming mayor of London when he was a candidate in 1998. "But apart from all that... he is a complete arse."
* On ''Series/TopGearUK'' when Creator/JayLeno appeared, Clarkson did this with a list of Leno's cars.
** On another episode, all 3 presenters had to buy antique cars and perform a series of challenges. One challenge involved seeing who had the biggest repair bill to get the car back in acceptable shape. Hammond held up his list, which Clarkson remarked wasn't that bad...at which point he lets go of all but the first page and is promptly buried up to his ankles in a list longer than he is tall.
* The serious [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] documentary "A history of Scotland" includes two of these in quick succession when discussing the Jacobite rebellion of 1715:
-->"...The Earl of Mar was one of those who found himself without a job. So he went back home to Scotland -- and he arrived there an instant revolutionary. He spread malicious rumours that the English planned taxes on land, corn, cattle, meal, malt, horses, sheep, cocks and hens. And then he raised the standard of the Jacobites on September 6th. The reliably pro-Stuart Louis XIV had died five days before he did so. Perhaps Mar should have waited. Perhaps he should have changed his plans.
-->But the word 'plan' doesn't belong in ''any'' sentence describing what Mar did. All historians agree: when they write their accounts of the Jacobite rising of 1715, their vocabularies converge on words like 'farce', 'buffoon', 'idiocy', 'incompetent', 'worst possible time', 'disintegrate', ''[the presenter begins to walk away into the distance, his voiceover fading]'' 'pathetic', 'half-cocked', 'botch-up', 'monstrous', 'fumbled', 'damp squib', 'stupid', 'fatuous...' ''[fade out]''
* The panel show ''Series/{{QI}}'' has a few examples of this when presenter Creator/StephenFry reels off a long list. Three that come to mind are things invented by the Scots, things invented by the Chinese, and various things that are made just from carbon, hyrdrogen and oxygen.
** He did an impressive off-the-cuff rendition of a story about the Duke of Devonshire's estate being inspected during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII to see if there was anyone working there who could be spared for the war effort.
--->And they said, "Well, Your Grace, we can understand that you need forty-seven gardeners and thirteen under-gardeners, and you need grooms, and you need chauffeurs, and you need upstairs maids and downstairs maids and in-between maids and laundry room maids and stillroom maids and kitchen maids and nursemaids and housemaids and parlor maids, and we can understand that you need the boy to scrape the knives and boots, and you need the butler and the four footmen and the under-butler... but we wonder if a man economy might be made. Does Your Grace necessarily need ''two'' pastry cooks?" To which he apparently replied, "Oh, damn it, can't a man have a biscuit?"
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Barney's list of the professions of the women he's slept with.
-->'''Barney:''' Lawyers, teachers, poets, doctors, professional equestrians, amateur equestrians... [Time passes, and the gang are halfway through dinner.] A butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker. Yes -- we're to the rhyming section, now. A math professor, a tax assessor, a weight guesser... [More time passes. Their dishes have been cleared.] A puppeteer, a blackjack dealer, a stay at home mom. That's a job too, guys. A circuit court j--
-->'''Robin:''' GET TO THE POINT.
** In another episode, a building inspector is checking out the house Ted's just bought, and lists off all the problems he's found with it so far:
--->'''Inspector:''' The black mold, the damaged retaining wall, the frayed electrical wires, the lead paint, the water damage, the fire damage, the sun damage, the broken furnace, the rotted floorboards - hey, look at that, no termites - the cracked chimney, the bats, the rats, the spiders, the raccoons, the hobo, the detached gutter, the outdated fusebox, and the paint job in the kitchen, which is fine, but the trim ''really'' clashes with the countertops.
---> (several minutes later, after the inspector has left): '''Marshall:''' Did he say a hobo!? '''
*** The Inspector then finds termites (after falling through the ceiling)
** Inverted in another episode: "Here's a list of the things I talk with my dad about: baseball."
* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''
** Creator/SteveMartin's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPVuHP3OXk0 Christmas wish list]]", from a late-'80s episode.
** A 1st season show when Jill Clayburgh was host had a list of "People that dolphins are definitely smarter than".
** The monologue in Buck Henry's first episode featured a list of people who turned down hosting, such as The Two Stooges, Chastity Bono, and Gentle Ben. At the end, they show a list of people they're trying to host an episode, including members of the King family, The Chicago Seven, and Bert Parks.
** HappyFunBall's list of warnings.
** During Hillary Clinton's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAhF8tPqafQ talk with a member of the Electoral College]] she pulls out a list of reasons for not voting for Trump, with the last reason being "[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking He met with]] Music/KanyeWest [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking this week]]."
** Inverted in a RunningGag from the Michael Che/Colin Jost era of Weekend Update. They would present a list that would presumably be rather lengthy, only for it to have only two or three items on it. We'd then cut back to them in the middle of something that would have taken less time than the list was implied to have taken.
* From ''Series/NotTheNineOClockNews'', a man asks for a lager, and the barman asks "Any particular one, sir?". When he responds "What have you got?", the barman satirises the then-prevalent fashion for multiple foreign lagers by reciting a massive list, including Heinrichhimmlerken, Krooning Bug, and Everest, which is apparently "brewed by Jormans in the Hummerleers". Settling on the latter, he's asked "Tall glass, thin glass, schooner, vase, bowl, goblet or pipette?". Choosing just a pint, he's asked "Draught, sachet, can, bottle or aerosol?". When he asks for a packet of... the barman eagerly says "Crisps?", anticipating another possible massive list, but our hero wants pork scratchings. Not deterred, the barman offers "Pork scratchings, chicken itchings, doggie scabs, hedgehog stuffings..." until the time bell goes and he announces the bar is closed.
* This is one of Peter Serafinowicz's favourite kinds of humour. The long list of foods in the Butterfield Diet is the most well known, but there are loads of examples in his sketches.
* A Recurring Sketch in the Dutch comedian Andre van Duin's 90's show, where he played [[TalkingToHimself a shopkeep and a patron]] and every week the patron would ask for something else, and the shopkeep'd run off a long list of types of the item which he asked for. .. All of which he wouldn't have. [[SubvertedTrope Except for that one time when he had the first item and gave it to the guy and then pushed him out of his store.]]
* On ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', Neil once recited a Long List of all the pens, erasers, good-luck charms and other junk he put on his desk while sitting for an exam. By the time he'd unloaded all the items he'd brought to take the test with, the time to actually complete it had expired.
* In a ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' sketch, one character enters a fast-food joint and orders "Two hamburgers with just pickles, two cheeseburgers with another cheeseburger, everything on 'em, four more hamburgers with everything, and a cheeseburger with no pickles and a cheeseburger with nothing BUT pickles. Two more hamburgers with everything but onions on one and everything but pickles, mustard, and tomatoes on the other. Three large fries, six medium fries, one large fry, a junior fry, and two junior fries. Three more cheeseburgers with extra cheese and bacon, two more junior fries and a hamburger with everything. Two more hamburgers with everything and two more hamburgers with everything. Four large cokes and a large sprite. Two large cokes and a small sprite. Five large cokes and one large coke and a small coke. Three small cokes and a small coke and a small coke." He and the employee then [[OverlyLongGag go back and forth repeating the same order.]]
** Also, the things Spishak Spishwax doesn't protect your car from:
--> Paint, tar, feathers, guano, shampoo, conditioner, wood stain, mahogany wood stain, eggs, scrambled eggs, Easter eggs, Easter rocks, baseball bats, bowling balls, chum, potted plants, Jewish wedding, cat litter, neighborhood kids, chicken and dumplings, Christmas decorations, cinder blocks, sledgehammers, sandwiches, did we mention baseball bats?, boat anchors and wrecking balls.
* In one of the ending sketches of ''Creator/StewartLee's Comedy Roadshow'' it has a man walking into an apple shop and asking if he can have an apple. "What kind of apple?" the shop owner asks; "Well what have you got?" leading to an extremely long list...that list gets repeated constantly throughout the sketch to the point where the customer is reciting the list along with the shopkeeper.
* Subverted in ''Series/TheITCrowd''. After Jen is promoted out of I.T., Roy and Moss retrieve an enormous-looking list of everything they've wanted to do when she's not around. (We only see the back of it.) A GoodTimesMontage (and ContrastMontage with Jen's less fun day) ensues, after which Roy laments that they've already done all eight things on the list.
* ''Series/DocMartin'':
** In the first episode Bert mentions that there's a few people Martin needs to see, and then proceeds to list practically everyone in the village.
** The list of medications Dr Dibbs prescribed for herself is insanely long.
* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', Earl's ListOfTransgressions is over 300 items long, with more being added all the time. [[FridgeLogic Yet it somehow manages to fit on a single sheet of yellow legal paper.]]
** There's also a RecurringExtra named "Slow Roger," who has a habit of listing everything, much to the annoyance of Earl and others. He seems to have some kind of AmbiguousDisorder.
* From ''Series/ShaunMicallefsMadAsHell'', after Tony Abbott called Opposition Leader Bill Shorten "the [[GodwinsLaw Doctor Goebbels of economic policy]]".
-->'''Shaun''': I mean, for a start, it didn't make any sense, did it? I mean, Doctor Goebbels had nothing to do with economic policy. And if it didn't have to make any sense, there are plenty of other less offensive members of the medical profession Mr. Abbott could have likened Mr. Shorten to, which wouldn't have caused such a brouhaha, if you'll excuse my French. There's Film/DrStrangelove, Dr. Kissinger, Dr. Kervorkian, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawley_Harvey_Crippen Dr. Crippen]], [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll]], Dr. Literature/{{Frankenstein}}, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_Edelsten Dr. Edelsten]], [[Film/PlanetOfTheApes Dr. Zaius]], Creator/DrSeuss, [[Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Dr. Lecter]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Kruszelnicki Dr. Karl]], [[Series/{{Neighbours}} Dr Karl]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Dr. Octavius]], Dr Pepper, Dr. Ming's Herbal Weight-Loss Tea and of course Series/DrQuinnMedicineWoman, to name but sixteen. Now, in a perfect world, of course, the reference could have made sense too, the name of the doctor reflecting, in some way, Labor's approach to handling the economy when they were in power. Literature/DoctorDolittle, perhaps.
* Subverted in ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' where Boyle reveals that Jake owes him four thousand and nine dollars. A shocked Jake asks how, and Boyle produces a notepad and reads off $8.45 for lunch, $1.05 for a soda, and $4000 dollars for an entertainment system, at which point he stopped keeping track.
* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': At the start of "The Killings of Copenhagen", Sarah unfolds the instructions for assemble the crib; which just keeps unfolding till it reaches the floor.

* See ListSong for examples of songs that consist entirely of a single Long List.
* John Hodgeman promoted his book with a list of 500 plausible hobo names, recited for 54 minutes in total. Notable names included "Boxcar AldousHuxley", and "WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer". Best yet, this list was recited * live* at a college, with Music/JonathanCoulton (who also appears as a hobo name) strumming a guitar in accompaniment of the entirety of the list.
* ''La Ferme'', by French band Les Fatals Picards, is a long, long list of animals. Like many of the Fatals Picards' songs, it's a HurricaneOfPuns whose title can either mean "The Farm" or "Shut up".
* The final verse of "Hurt Me Soul" by Music/LupeFiasco contains an extremely long list of things...however, this isn't used for comedy, because at the end he states, "All the world's ills...sitting on chrome 24-inch wheels."
** The song itself is not a ListSong because the first two verses are about his experiences with Hip-Hop.
** Although the three choruses of the song are lists of a lot of bad things as well ("They took my daughter/Ain't got no water/I can't get hired/They cross on fire/We all got suspended/I just got sentenced...so I've got nooo place to gooo")
** You know what, just agree that it's %50 Long List, %50 List Song, and a %100 TearJerker. Even the most active of Hip-Hop haters will feel some sadness.
* The bridge from Music/WeirdAlYankovic's "Hardware Store":
-->They got allen wrenches, gerbil feeders, toilet seats, electric heaters\\
Trash compactors, juice extractors, shower rods and water meters\\
Walkie-talkies, copper wires, safety goggles, radial tires\\
BB pellets, rubber mallets, fans and dehumidifiers\\
Picture hangers, paper cutters, waffle irons, window shutters\\
Paint removers, window louvres, masking tape and plastic gutters\\
Kitchen faucets, folding tables, weather stripping, jumper cables\\
Hooks and tackle, grout and spackle, power foggers, spoons and ladles\\
Pesticides for fumigation, high-performance lubrication\\
Metal roofing, waterproofing, multi-purpose insulation\\
Air compressors, brass connectors, wrecking chisels, smoke detectors\\
Tire guages, hamster cages, thermostats and bug deflectors\\
Trailer hitch demagnetizers, [[BreadEggsMilkSquick automatic circumcisers]]\\
Tennis rackets, angle brackets, Duracells and Energizers\\
Soffit panels, circuit breakers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers\\
Calculators, generators, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking matching salt and pepper shakers]]!
* The Bouncing Souls have a song titled "Badass", which is a recitation of badass things.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* [[ProfessionalWrestling Professional wrestler]] Wrestling/ChrisJericho once did a version of this routine, poking fun at Wrestling/DeanMalenko's moniker "Man of 1,000 Holds". [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_62-8LsVFE Jericho produced a list of 1,004 holds]] ''he'' knew. It stretched across a commercial break, and included absurdities like "the Moss-Covered, Three-Handled Family Gredunza" [[note]]a ShoutOut to the original [[TheSeventies 70s]] TV version of [[Creator/DrSeuss The Cat in the Hat]]; the Cat refused to leave the house until he found it after having supposedly lost it[[/note]], as well as including "'''arm'''barrrrr!" [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment at least four times]]. He did it because he knew, no matter what he did in [=WCW=], no one in positions of power would care.
** [[{{Defictionalization}} ...and then Crazy!Perry Saturn named his finishing move the "Moss-Covered, Three-Handled Family Gredunza"...]]
** Jericho did it again on Raw in September 2010 (which happened to be the same time his DVD came out), listing all the wrestlers he beaten over the years, starting out with Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin and [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]], and eventually reaching guys like "Villano I, II, III, IV and V" and wrestlers from his time abroad, and later going on to [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Kevin Nash, Diesel, Oz]], [[IHaveManyNames Scott Hall, Razor Ramon..."]]
** In 2016, he had started up a list of all the [[ListOfTransgressions "transgressions"]] Mick Foley had inflicted upon him until just moving onto people and offended him. When something gets him riled up, he builds it up by saying "You know what happens when (action that pissed him off)? (Offender), YOU JUST MADE THE LIST!"
* When she was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame in 2013, Trish Stratus produced a long list of people she wanted to thank.

* This was one of the preferred time-killing tactics of Clement Freud on ''Radio/JustAMinute''.
* On ''Radio/TheUnbelievableTruth'' - where panellists must give a lecture that is entirely false save for five pieces of true information and attempt to smuggle the truths past the rest of the panel - this is a common way of trying to hide a truth, such as Creator/CharlieBrooker's list of things supposedly invented by Thomas Edison:
-->'''Charlie''': He also invented a temporary canoe made of rice paper, an official uniform for wasps, the motorised tie-rack, four types of imaginary candelebra, a machine designed to pick up evidence of the afterlife, a helicopter that worked on gunpowder, the street luge, the cassette single or "casingle", Honey Nut Cornflakes, Metal Mickey, [=C-3PO=], Max Headroom and David Cameron.[[note]] Of those, he only actually invented the machine to pick up evidence of the afterlife (correctly picked out by Fred [=MacAulay=]) and the helicopter that worked on gunpowder (successfully smuggled by Charlie).[[/note]]
* On ''Radio/APrairieHomeCompanion'', Garrison Keillor is font of including rapid-fire lists of celebrities, living and dead alike, in his skits. [[http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/programs/2009/12/19/scripts/noir.shtml An example is found here]]:
-->I got Doris Day, Gladys Knight, Dawn Upshaw, Madonna, Monica Lewinsky, Robert Pinsky, The Minsk Ballet, Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Jon Bon-Jovi, Jane Fonda, Rhonda Fleming, Flem Snopes, Snoopy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Dopey, Huey Dewey and Louis, David Bowie, Johnny Yuma, Uma Thurman, 2 Live Crew, Rod Carew, Wally Ballou, The Tennessee Two, The Three Tenors, The Four Tops, the Dave Clark Five, the Six Fat Dutchmen, Dutch Schultz, Sholem Aleichem, Shemp, Moe and Larry, Harry Shearer, Weird Al Yankovic, Al Franken, Frankenstein, Andy Stein, Tyne Daly, Ponce de Leon, Leon Russell, Tim Russell, they're all here...
* We hear the tail-end of one of these in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers [[AudioAdaptation Sound Stage]] 03'' as [[DarkMagicalGirl Lutecia]] rattles off one name suggestion after another for the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Unison Device]] they rescued before said Device finally settled on the last one.
--> '''Zest:''' So, you've finally decided on a name? \\
'''Lutecia:''' Yes... name no. 37, Agito.

[[folder:Religion and Mythology]]
* There are various long lists in ''Literature/TheBible'', detailing genealogy, censuses, ''etc''.
* OlderThanDirt: The {{Ancient Egypt}}ian ''Litany of Re'' lists 75 different names and manifestations of the sun god Re.

[[folder:Stand Up Comedy]]
* Creator/JeffFoxworthy uses this gag to great effect while reading [[SideEffectsInclude the side effects]] for 'Fluorofluor':
-->"'Try new Fluorofluor. For itchy, watery eyes, it's Fluorofluor. Side effects may include: nausea, vomiting, water weight gain, lower back pain, receding hairline, eczema, seborrhea, psoriasis, itching and chafing clothing, liver spots, blood clots, ringworm, excessive body odor, uneven tire wear, pyorrhea, gonorrhea, diarrhea, halitosis, scoliosis, loss of bladder control, hammertoe, the shanks, low sperm count, warped floors, cluttered drawers, hunchback, heart attack, low resale value on your home... feline leukemia, athlete's foot, head lice, clubfoot, MS, MD, VD, fleas, anxiety, sleeplessness, drowsiness, poor gas mileage, tooth decay, parvo, warts, unibrow, lazy eye, fruit flies, chest pains, clogged drains, hemorrhoids, dry heaving and sexual dysfunction.' At that point you're thinking, hell, I'll just stick with the itchy, watery eyes."
* There are recordings of old Chinese stand-up where the guy reels off insanely long lists with barely a pause for breath. Like a list of (nearly) every martial arts style in China, military gear ([[spoiler: omitting pants]]), or courses at a banquet.
* Genre comedian/singer Luke Ski opens his "You might be a Trekkie" routine by rattling off a list of scifi shows, films, collectibles, and hobbies that a person needs to be obsessed with, to ''decisively'' qualify as a Trekkie.
* Creator/GeorgeCarlin's last recorded performance of "Seven Dirty Words" featured a list of more than two-hundred profane words.
* Greg Proops once had this as part of his routine.
-->"I come from America, and I know that often, America seems, like kind of a, I don't know, redneck, dickhead, peckerwood, podunk, yeehaw, gun-totin', psycho-Christian, anti-choice, homophobic, truck-drivin', dog-in-the-back, gimme-cap-wearin', y'know, the-jury's-still-out-on-evolution, giant-belt-buckle-with-your-name-on-it-that-you-wear-upside-down-so-you-can-go-'[looks down] Oh shit! That's muh name!'...kind of place."
* Creator/StewartLee uses this to satirise Loch Ness Monster conspiracy theorists.
-->"A lot of people think the Loch Ness Monster doesn't exist, don't they actually? Now I don't know anything about Zoology, Biology, Geology, Geography, Marine Biology, Cryptozoology, Evolutionary Theory, Evolutionary Biology, Meteorology, Limnology, History, Herpetology, Paleontology, or Archaeology... but I think... What if a dinosaur got in the lake?"

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering, one card from a joke expansion, a Shapeshifter creature named __________ (which can change its own name to whatever you want it to be), has for artwork a person proffering a giant string of fake [=IDs=].

* ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'': Act I Scene IV: Cyrano improvises twenty better [[GagNose insults than ďYour nose is very bigĒ]]Ö about his own nose.
** The number of taverns [[SamaritanSyndrome Christian]] needs to visit to leave a note to [[TheAlcoholic Ligniere]] warning about the plot against him.
** The number of enemies (without counting the ladies) that Cyrano has made at the Burgundy Theater:
-->'''Le Bret:''' You make too many enemies by far!\\
'''Cyrano''' ''(eating his grape):'' How many think you I have made to-night?\\
'''Le Bret:''' Forty, no less, not counting ladies.\\
'''Cyrano:''' Count!\\
'''Le Bret:''' Montfleury first, the bourgeois, then De Guiche,\\
The Viscount, Baro, the AcademyÖ\\
'''Cyrano:''' [[JerkAss Enough! I am o'erjoyed!]]
* ''Theatre/DonGiovanni'' features a famous ListSong, ''Madamina, il catalogo è questo'', describing a seducer's conquests -- a list which is notable for its length. ("...A hundred in France; in Turkey, ninety-one; But in Spain already one thousand and three.") However, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madamina,_il_catalogo_%C3%A8_questo the list is somewhat summarised]] by categories. ("...Among these are peasant girls, maidservants, city girls, Countesses, baronesses, Marchionesses, princesses...")
* In [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Shakespeare's]] ''Theatre/KingLear'', the courtier Oswald arrives at an inn to find the ostler (who runs the stables) strangely rude and uncooperative. (The ostler is his enemy, the Earl of Kent, in disguise.) Oswald makes the mistake of getting drawn in, and is subjected to a hailstorm of Shakespearean cruelty:
-->'''Oswald:''' Why dost thou use me thus? I know thee not.\\
'''Kent:''' Fellow, I know thee.\\
'''Oswald:''' [[RightInFrontOfMe What dost thou know me for?]]\\
'''Kent:''' A knave; a rascal; an eater of broken meats; a base, proud, shallow, beggarly, three-suited, hundred-pound, filthy, worsted-stocking knave; a lily-liver'd, action-taking, whoreson, glass-gazing, superserviceable, finical rogue; one-trunk-inheriting slave; one that wouldst be a bawd in way of good service, and art nothing but the composition of a knave, beggar, coward, pander, and the son and heir of a mongrel bitch.
** As a bonus, the nearly-fifty-year-old Kent proceeds to beat the crap out of the much younger Oswald, without ever telling the poor sap who he really is or why he's beating him up.
* The Creator/GilbertAndSullivan PatterSong "As some day it may happen" from ''Theatre/TheMikado'' which is a list of all the people who won't be missed if they are executed.
** The Mikado himself one-ups this by listing crimes along with their "fitting" punishments.
** In ''Theatre/TheSorcerer'' Alexis greets John Wellington Wells with "Good day. I believe you are a sorcerer." Wells immediately rattles off a Long List of his company's magical products -- and ''then'' [[ListSong sings a song about them]].
** The ''Theatre/PiratesOfPenzance'' tune "I am the very Model of a [[MajorGeneralSong Modern Major-General]]."

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/MegaRace'': In the intro to the Particle Accelerator level, Lance Boyle rattles off an alphabetically acrostical list of things that have been turned into psycho-mutants and "unleashed upon an unsuspecting world".
* One of [=GLaDOS=]' spheres in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' will recite a Long List consisting of a recipe for cake, which calls for some rather alarming ingredients:
-->One 18.25 ounce package chocolate cake mix, one can prepared coconut pecan frosting, 3/4 cup vegetable oil, four large eggs, one cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, 3/4 cup butter or margarine, 1 and 2/3 cups granulated sugar, two cups all purpose flour.\\
Don't forget garnishes such as: fish-shaped crackers, fish-shaped candies, fish-shaped solid waste, fish-shaped dirt, fish-shaped ethyl benzene, pull-and-peel licorice, fish-shaped volatile organic compounds and [[ShapedLikeItself sediment shaped sediment]], candy coated peanut butter pieces shaped like fish, one cup lemon juice, alpha resins, unsaturated polyester resin, fiberglass surface resins, and volatile malted milk impoundments, nine large egg yolks, twelve medium geosynthetic membranes, one cup granulated sugar, an entry called 'How to Kill Someone with Your Bare Hands', two cups rhubarb sliced, 2/3 cup granulated rhubarb, one tablespoon all-purpose rhubarb, one teaspoon grated orange rhubarb, three tablespoons rhubarb [[IncendiaryExponent on fire]], one large rhubarb, one cross borehole electro-magnetic imaging rhubarb, two tablespoons rhubarb juice, adjustable aluminum head positioner, slaughter electric needle injector, cordless electric needle injector, injector needle driver, injector needle gun, cranial caps. And it contains proven preservatives, deep penetration agents, and gas and odor control chemicals that will deodorize and preserve putrid tissue.
* In the flash game ''African Detroit Cop'', the list of crimes committed by Eddie:
-->'''Arnie:''' "You've crashed two police cruisers, set someone's house on fire, stole a woman's baby, verbally abused the mayor, defecated on my lawn, severely beaten a group of senior citizens, shot a cat out of a tree, robbed a liquor store and exposed yourself to a priest and that's just today."
* The list of ingredients of Grog in ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland''. Then we have Guybrush's WantedPoster in ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge'', which lists ''everything'' he's done in the game so far. Yes, it gets updated as the player progresses.
** ''Monkey Island 2'': "If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to hear it, what colour is the tree?" The player can then spend around half an hour guessing colours, incorrectly, before exhausting the list.
** ''VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland'': "What kinds of snow cones do you sell?"
* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIII'', if you ask the dog merchant about meat, he will run off [[TooMuchInformation several pages of types of meat]] he has available. (If you try to ask more about meat, the system replies, "On second thought, YouDontWantToKnow.")
* In the Warden's Keep DLC for ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', you find a list of the names of the Grey Wardens who died defending Soldier's Peak. It starts out like you'd expect, and then starts to get silly...
* In the final storyline mission of ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', Claptrap is unable to follow the Vault Hunters to the final showdown with Handsome Jack and [[spoiler:the Eridian Warrior]] because he can't climb the huge stairway leading to the final zone, and goes into a rant about it:
-->'''Claptrap:''' Dammit, Jack! How did you know that stairs were my only weakness?! Next to electrocution, and explosions, and gunfire, rust, corrosion, being kicked a lot, viruses, being called bad names, falling from great heights, drowning, adult onset diabetes, being looked at funny, heart attacks, exposure to oxygen, being turned down by women, and pet allergens!
* The Batcomputer's bio on The Joker in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamVR'' lists the Crown Prince of Crime's impressive (and [[OverlyLongGag extremely long]]) [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking rap sheet]]:
-->'''Batcomputer:''' Anarchic criminal. [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Deceased.]]]] Previous convictions include: kidnapping, torture, extortion, racketeering, fraud, grave robbing, unlicensed dentistry, counterfeiting, bullying, cyberbullying, badger-baiting, bear-baiting, duck-baiting, wildlife smuggling, monkey-baiting, iguana-baiting, rhino-baiting, failure to adequately restrain a rhino, identity theft, malicious mischief, trespassing, arson, assault, larceny, grand larceny, spectacular larceny, vandalism, forgery, impersonating a police officer, impersonating a doctor, impersonating an airline pilot, unlicensed cabaret entertainment, theft of livestock, unlicensed taxidermy, involuntary manslaughter, voluntary manslaughter, enthusiastic manslaughter, desecration of a corpse, improper disposition of a body, improper labeling of meat products, cannibalism, homicide, regicide, attempted omnicide, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers littering]].
-->'''Joker:''' My only regret is I didn't do more.

* [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0136.html Strip #136]] of ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' paid {{homage}} to the Cheese Shop sketch, with Roy going into a [[BladeOnAStick polearm]] store to buy a new weapon. The strip is entitled, of course, "It's Not a Gaming Session Until Someone Quotes Creator/MontyPython". It's also a joke based on the fact that Gary Gygax included a large number of obscure and often redundant polearms into the rules of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', most of which were retained in later editions.
** Obscure quote alert. It's just an indirect Monty Python reference and ''really'' comes from a parody weapons table in the magazine ''Magazine/SpaceGamer'' #74, which was also reprinted in one of the ''Murphy's Rules'' collections. This table specifically includes the "glaive-glaive-glaive-guisarme-glaive". Which makes it references to not one, but ''two'' Python sketches, ''each'' of which is a Long List gag - [[spoiler:the Cheese Shop and "Spam, spam, spam, eggs, bacon and spam"]] for those who didn't get it - for a double subversion, but not a DoubleSubversion. (Actually it references three since the cat drags in a dead parrot ''as well as'' a general nod to the references, in the form of a snake - presumably a python.) That this occurs is even [[LampshadeHanging commented upon]]: "I think you're drifting into another sketch, sir."
** ''Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic'' also has [[http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/543.html a table with a ridiculous list of polearms]], including the "Glaive-Glaive-Glaive-Guisarme-Glaive".
** The backcover of the printed prequel ''Start of Darkness'' shows a list of "26 Unpleasant Things That Happen (or Almost Happen) in this book" including [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Murder, Arson, Tampering with the Fabric of Reality and Taco Night]]
* ''WebComic/MountainTime'' has a long list of immature names entered into The Oregon Trail for the sake of funny tombstones. Most of them, like [[http://mountaincomics.com/2009/09/22/mountain-time-100/ Hooteropolis: Where the Hooters Hoot]] never would have fit.
* When the ''Webcomic/AnsemRetort'' house got attacked a second time, a FOX employee listed a number of suspects, including, amusingly enough, Axel ''twice''.
-->Yes, our main suspects are: Axel, Larxene, you [Ansem], Cloud, Zexion, the former FOX president, the guy Zexion turned into a cookie, Darth Maul, God, Derek Jeter, a guy in red bandages, fat people, Axel again, a demon in Sora's head, and the Trix Rabbit.
** They decide to blame Canadian terrorists.
* Parodying ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'''s typical BagOfSpilling, ''Webcomic/MetroidThirdDerivative'' has [[http://bobandgeorge.com/comics/archives/metroid/Metroid005.png this]], complete with ShoutOut to Creator/MontyPython (''Film/MontyPythonsTheMeaningOfLife'', in this case) along with a nod to an UrbanLegendOfZelda with the "wood beam".
* One strip of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' had Hannelore sitting and listing in her mind all of the things she's currently worried about. It was later made into a T-shirt. The list gets smaller and smaller and eventually trails off behind her. Creator Jeph Jaques said that he got a headache writing it.
* ''Webcomic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'' has at one point a [[http://thepunchlineismachismo.com/archives/comic/if-theres-one-thing-jared-is-competent-at-its-loving-mr-fish#comment-148736 list of things]] that Jared feeds [[MagikarpPower Mister Fish]]. Items of note include squirrels, lionfish, imported wagyu beef, Flintstones vitamin gummis, and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick vagrants]].
* ''Webcomic/BrunoTheBandit'':
** King Xerxes' idea of a hunger strike was to eat only the foods on this [[http://www.brunothebandit.com/d/19990223.html short list]].
** A kidnapped Fiona claimed that micro-dragons needed everything on [[http://www.brunothebandit.com/d/20000122.html this list]] in order to survive.
** The Women's Ailixist Temperance Union presented the king with this [[http://www.brunothebandit.com/d/20090924.html short list]] of things to be banned.
* [=DiDi=] of ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' is prone to reeling off seemingly endless lists of names when the question arises of possible dates or her past lovers.
* In ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'', after a stolen helicopter gunship shoots up his conference room Dr. Cook is asked if he can think of anyone who would wish to harm him. After answering the cop who asked simply writes down "[[http://www.poisonedminds.com/d/20140624.html yes]]".
* In ''Webcomic/TheWhiteboard'', Roger pulls out a [[CrazyPrepared huge sheaf of contingency plans]] and Red asks for a relatively safe one...
-->'''Red:''' I'm already sorry I asked. Tell me, do any of those plans NOT involve some form of combustion, [[StuffBlowingUp any type of high explosive, anything rocket-propelled, anything the US Military would describe as a munition]], anything hypergolic, carcinogenic, reprotoxic, allergenic or autodefenestratory, anything banned, illegally imported, stolen, or on any sort of regulatory watchlist, or anything radioactive, infectious, unairworthy, overpressurized or illegally downloaded?\\
'''Roger:''' ...[[MadScientist Well, most of 'em don't have all of those things]]...\\
'''Red:''' Show me any one that has less than three and doesn't include the term "carpet bombing".
* ''Webcomic/YetAnotherFantasyGamerComic'' has [[http://yafgc.net/comic/0835-the-investigation-3-hours-in/ this gem]] when Baron-elect Lucas is tagging along with a team of ghost hunters.
-->'''Lucas:''' Aren't you afraid?\\
'''Esteban:''' Of ghosts? No.\\
'''Lucas:''' What ''does'' scare you?\\
'''Esteban:''' Me? Spiders, ants, knives, heights, fire, water, crowds, cats, horses, enclosed spaces, masks, dolls, storms, statues, long grass, stakes, trees, oil, boxes, dirt, squids, chandeliers, candles, tombstones, books, shovels, boats, the color blue, fairies and old ladies.\\
'''Lucas:''' ...Are you holding my hand?\\
'''Esteban:''' Yeah, I'm afraid of the dark.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* This very wiki has a long list of [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal alliterative pages]], this very page included.
** also its example lists tend to be much longer than the page they are attached to.
* The end of the [[ThemeTuneExtended extended version]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' ThemeTune (as seen in the UsefulNotes/SegaCD episode) describes him as the "Angry Creator/{{Atari}} UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} [[UsefulNotes/PhilipsCDi CD-i]] UsefulNotes/{{Colecovision}} UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} Creator/{{Sega}} UsefulNotes/NeoGeo UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16 [[UsefulNotes/MagnavoxOdyssey Odyssey]] [[UsefulNotes/ThreeDOInteractiveMultiplayer 3DO]] UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} Creator/{{Nintendo}} Nerd".
* The [[WebVideo/HonestTrailers Honest Game Trailer]] for ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' lists silly nicknames for ''all 151 original Pokémon''. Their Honest Trailer for ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' continues the trend with a Long List of nicknames for the 100 Pokémon introduced in the Gen II games. They kept it going with ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' with Gen III's 135 Pokemon and ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' with Gen IV's 107 Pokemon.
* ''[[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic The Nostalgia Critic's]]'' list of reasons why [[WesternAnimation/ATrollInCentralPark Stanley the Troll]] will [[ItMakesSenseInContext never have a dream come true]] covers the entire screen. Bonus points as they are all valid points.
--> He's annoying. He's obnoxious. He won't shut up. He's a pansy. He sings to flowers. He's as bland as Edward from Twilight. He's vomitingly cute. His logic makes no sense. He needs to die. He looks like a rejected muppet. He's a coward.[[note]]the correct one[[/note]] He has three teeth. He lives a delusional nutball. He lives in Central Park yet is still alive. He's ruining this whole friggin' movie, as well as cinema in general. The oompa loompas could beat him up. He makes Mini-Me look tall. He gets excited when toddlers kiss him. [[TakeThat He's the only troll more annoying than the ones from Encyclopedia Dramatica]]. A termite has bigger balls than him. Did I mention he's annoying?
* OAFE has done plenty of overly long lists, such as:
** [[http://www.oafe.net/yo/hml4_hyp.php Marvel characters comparable to Superman]]
** [[http://www.oafe.net/yo/av1m_aos.php characters who might potentially wear a suit in the future]]
** [[http://www.oafe.net/blog/2016/04/minimate-mini-review-285-x-files-classic-tv-minimates-series-1/ characters who have definitely worn a suit in the past]]
** one of the categories on their blog is '''literally''' "[[http://www.oafe.net/blog/category/lists/ Lists]]," which isn't as comedic, but definitely ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* While introducing an interview with Joe Estevez for movie review show ''WebVideo/OnCinema'', [[Creator/TimAndEric Tim Heidecker]] reads a 4 minute long list of the actor's films. The list is almost three times as long as the actual interview.
* From the WebVideo/StrawberryDragonProject, a list of the SonicTheHedgehog franchise's numerous failings, which are not present in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4'':
-->'''Kevin:''' Let's take a moment to thank our lucky stars that... [Deep breath] [[TheScrappy the Chaotix,]] [[ScrappyMechanic elastic Ring tethers,]] [[GottaCatchThemAll collection quests,]] [[CameraScrew an unruly camera,]] [[HongKongDub horrible voice acting,]] [[ScrappyMechanic fishing, treasure hunting, robots, the latter two of which must be done in order to get to the "good" stuff, which wasn't even that good,]] [[DarkerAndEdgier guns, motorcycles,]] [[MemeticMutation and that DARN fourth Chaos Emerald,]] [[HoverBoard hoverboards,]] [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters even more characters we'll never care about,]] [[LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading minute-plus loading times,]] [[InterspeciesRomance implied romance between Sonic and a human girl,]] [[ScrappyMechanic forced racing, werehogs Ė Iím sorry, wolfhogs, talking swords,]] [[DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible and all-around unplayability,]] are nowhere to be found in Sonic 4. [Exhale] [[invoked]]
* The eponymous MadGod in ''Tunselous'' is very fond of this.
** In both the Story of Tunselous and again in Episode 1, when he describes what the Goatwich is king of.
** Also in Episode 1, he spends over two minutes listing his various achievements. Or, at least what he considers to be achievements; most of them are {{ImpossibleTask}}s but a few are just silly.
** In Episode 2, he gives Andross an ImpossibleTask describing what kind of store he wants him to turn the Goatwich's lair into. His requests are sometimes contradictory and often outright insane.
** Later in Episode 2, he makes a very ominous string of announcements in response to Andross laughing at his joke, which include enslaving humanity, rewriting reality, and taking over EleventyZillion galaxies.
** In Episode 3, there's a list of the things the Oracle of Agnim perceived a cat to be. Once again, they're all ridiculous.
** Finally, there's his list of plans for America in Tunselous For President.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VV0tOoM2q2w This vlog]] on some good names for dogs combines this with a HurricaneOfPuns and a ton of {{Shout Out}}s.
--> "[[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Aradog]], Gnarls Bark-ley, Canine [[GratuitousJapanese Wanwan]], Tinkles, Biter, Tanzania, Bouncer, {{Wolverine}}, Owner [[DontExplainTheJoke ('cuz I think it'd be funny if someone said "Hey, this is my owner")]], [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Treebeard]], [[WebVideo/VlogBrothers Bubbles the Nerdfighting Puppy]], Leghumper, [[Website/FourChan Boxxy]], [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Catbain]], [[CaptainObvious Eater]], [[{{Pun}} Pupcorn]], [[WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime Littlefoot]], Pup the Magic Dragon, [[Series/DoogieHowserMD Doggie Houndser]], [[Literature/PippiLongstocking Puppy Longstocking]], Bilby, Secret Werewolf, [[ThePuppetmaster The Puppymaster]], Ruffles, [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobo]], Jasper, [[IronicNickname Cat]], Ruffrider, The Brooklyn Doggers, Superscooper, [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Mightyena]], Gooser, Spank, Yips Ahoy, Bungie, Scooter, Franchise/RoboCop, [[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney Phoenix Bite]], [[Series/{{Community}} Annie's Boobs]], [=MacArthur Bark=], Raise the Woof, Sirius, Collieflower, Barkimaeus, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Red XIII]], [[YiddishAsASecondLanguage Kibbletz]], [[WebVideo/VlogBrothers DogBrothers]], [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]], [[Creator/JulesVerne Drools Verne]], [[Film/LiarLiar Fetcher Reede]], Dunepuppy, Howl Manager, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Anal Pug]], [[Series/AllInTheFamily Arfie Bunker]], [[Film/TheHorseWhisperer Horse Whiskerer]], Tick Magnet, Admiral Puppystein, [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Barker]], [[OnePiece Monkey D. Ruffy]], [[ShamelessSelfPromoter Furderboat, Minute]], [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} Beowoof]], [[Literature/TheNeverendingStory Falcor]], Creator/JoeRogan, Tinkler, Pepsi and Bahamutt."
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' is very fond of these:
** "The Boy Scouts of Night Vale have announced some ''slight'' changes to their hierarchy, which will now be the follow: Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Eagle Scout, Blood Pact Scout, Weird Scout, Dreadnought Scout, Dark Scout, Fear Scout, and finally, Eternal Scout."
** "Dear listeners, here is a list of ''things'': emotions you don't understand on viewing a sunset, lost pets found, lost pets ''un''found, a secret lost pet city on the Moon, trees that see, restaurants that hear, a void that thinks, a face half-seen just before falling asleep, trembling hands reaching for desperately needed items, sandwiches..."
** "The Night Vale school district has announced some changes to the elementary school curriculum [...] in addition to the foreign language offerings of Spanish, French, and Modified Sumerian, schools will now be offering Double Spanish, Weird Spanish, Coptic Spanish, Russian, and ''Un''modified Sumerian."
** Episode 6 features a horoscopes section where each of the zodiac signs are given increasingly odd/hilarious horoscopes. Among other things, Cecil warns Capricorns that "those were not contact lenses you put in this morning", announces that its Taurus's "annual crime day" where they're exempt from all laws, and simply curses Scorpios and their families and calls them "vile".
*** The live episode "Librarians" sheds some light on this when Cecil accidentally slips in reading the horoscope for Scorpio. A certain [[SitcomArchNemesis Steve Carlsberg]] is born under that sign.
** "Now, of course, the Masons will continue their proud fraternal associations with the Illuminati. However, the Illuminati will itself be splitting into ten distinct factions as follows: Red, Green, Eagle, Faction Four, the ''Real'' Illuminati, the ''Other'' Real Illuminati, Red Again, Alpha, Windhind, and Hungry Man Brand Frozen Foods Officially-Sponsored Illuminati."
* On Wiki/TheOtherWiki's page on the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nepalese_royal_massacre Nepalese royal massacre]], the info box has an entry for 'Attack Type:'
--> Fratricide (killing a brother), patricide (father), sororicide (sister), regicide (monarch), matricide (mother), avunculicide (uncle), [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin mass murder, murder-suicide]], [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment massacre]]
* ''[[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Abridged Movie]]'' gives us Grandpa Moto's [[OverlyLongGag overly long rant]]:
--> "This never would've happened when ''I'' was a boy! You kids these days and your [[ChekhovsGun Millenium Items]], and your card games, and your loud music, and your hula hoops, and your hopscotch, and your dungarees, and your lollipops, and your [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation Sony Playstations]], and your voice-activated light switches, and your leather pants, and your [[BreadEggsMilkSquick artificial insemination]], and-"
--> "...your Blu-Ray Discs, and your [[BreadEggsMilkSquick pierced scrotums]], and your bull frogs, and your telekinesis, and your Creator/MarvelComics, and your Website/YouTube Dot Com, and your nuclear physics, and your ingrowing toenails, and your VideoGame/GearsOfWar, and your Creator/QuentinTarantino, and your power steering, and your elevators, and your illegitimate offspring, and your - hey, why did it fade to black?"
** [[http://sharkrobot.com/t-shirts/you-kids-today It actually covers most of the shirt, on both sides.]]
* In most of WebVideo/{{Yuriofwind}}'s Bullshit Creepypasta Storytime videos, Yuri uses footage from games that are relevant to the story at hand. He doesn't do this in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en64iwdyudk Sonic.exe 2]] video, since a lot of the story doesn't really focus on the titular game. Yuri posted a Long List in the comments of the games that had footage in the video.
--> Sonic games aside, [=DMC4=], Xenoblade, .hack//Versus, The Last Story, Samurai Showdown Sen, [=USF4=], [=CVS2=], Animal Crossing City Folk, Mario 64, Ocarina of Time, Kirby 64, Kirby Epic Yarn, Dead Space, Kamen Rider Battride War 2, Kamen Rider Super Climax Heroes, No More Heroes 2, Spiderman Web of Shadows, [=RE4=], [=RE6=], Tales of Xillia 2, Virtua Fighter 5, Tekken 6, Earthbound, Dead Rising 2 Off The Record, Dead Rising, [=DK64=], Kingdom Hearts 2, KH Recoded, Shadow Hearts Covenant, Metal Saga, [=SMT3=], Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts, DBZ Ultimate Tenkaichi, Katamari Damacy Forever, Dark Souls, Just Cause 2, Bleach Soul Funny Word, Dissidia, Lighting Returns [=FF13=], [=FF6=], Splatter House, Smash Bros Brawl, Metroid Other M, Nier, and I think that's most of them :3.
* The ''WebVideo/NintoasterInstructionalVideo'' requires the use of quite a bit of tools:
-->But before we start, here's a [[BlatantLies short list of parts]] that you're likely to need throughout the video: a Phillips head screwdriver; a soldering iron; a desoldering iron; some solder wick; solder; an X-Acto knife; pliers; wire strippers; a drill or similar rotary tool; a digital multimeter; varying lengths of test cable with alligator clip ends; a smaller screwdriver set; a hot glue gun; plenty of extra glue; a lighter, which may come in handy later; epoxy; [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment more epoxy]]; [[RuleOfThree more epoxy]]; a good set of drillbits will also come in handy; electrical tape; measuring tape; a pen; painter's tape; Q-tips; extra lengths of spare wiring; and personal fuel[[note]]a bottle of beer[[/note]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In the first scene of the first episode after ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' was {{Uncanceled}}, Peter recites a long list (about 30, available in the quote for {{Uncanceled}}) of Fox shows that failed during the time ''Family Guy'' was off the air, ending with "Well, I guess if ''all those'' shows go down the tubes, we might have a shot (at being brought back)."
** [[CallBack Called back]] in Season 7's "Family Gay", when the long list of entrants in a horse race are all named for canceled Fox shows.
*** Then there was the list of Peter's least favorite celebrities on "Episode 420," which included such names as: Carlos Mencia, Music/AmyWinehouse, [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Andy Samberg]], Geoffery Chaucer, every rapper, Music/JustinTimberlake, [[Series/TheBradyBunch Eve Plumb]], Kate Bosworth, the forehead guy (Rainn Wilson) from ''Series/TheOfficeUS'', Chris Martin, Chris Martin's parents, and Chris Martin's ancestors.
** From the episode "Ocean's Three and a Half":
-->'''Brian''': Wow, a song named after a girl. There aren't a million of those already.
-->'''Stewie''': Name twenty!
-->'''Brian''': Rosanna, Roxanne, Michelle, Alison, Sarah, Angie, Brandy, Mandy, Gloria, Cecilia, Maggie May, Jessica, Nancy, Barbara Ann, Billie Jean, Layla, Lola, Polly, Helena, Jenny From the Block.
-->'''Stewie''': ...Name six more!
-->'''Brian''': Sherry, Laura, Wendy, Maria, Peggy Sue, Minnie the Moocher.
-->'''Stewie''': ...Name five more!
-->'''Brian''': Tracy, Jean, Jane, Mary Ann, Eleanor Rigby.
-->'''Stewie''': [Throws his guitar down on the ground, as he walks out] Go [[PrecisionFStrike fuck]] yourself!
** In "An App a Day", Chris considers texting a girl a picture of his penis and remarks "Alright, what could go wrong? It worked great for--" before cutting to a scrolling list of celebrities who gained notoriety from exposing themselves on the Internet. Among the listed are Creator/KimKardashian, Creator/ParisHilton, Anthony Weiner, Music/JustinBieber, Music/SelenaGomez, Music/VictoriaJustice and Creator/KirstenDunst.
* Played with in ''[[WesternAnimation/RobotChicken Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III]]'', "Orders 1-65", wherein Palpatine provides a song elaborating on the orders leading up to Order 66, his fiddle breaking before he can finish the list.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' examples:
** In "Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge", [[ContinuityCavalcade Homer lists off all the jobs he's had up to that point in the series]]. Marge manages to go the bathroom and put her hair in rollers while he's reciting his list. Apparently, Creator/DanCastellaneta managed that entire list, from memory, in one single take.
-->'''Homer:''' You know, I've had a lot of jobs. [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E3TheHomerTheyFall Boxer]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E5DancinHomer mascot]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer astronaut]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E15HomieTheClown imitation Krusty]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E16ByeByeNerdie baby proofer]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E17MaximumHomerdrive trucker]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E6DohInTheWind hippie]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E9MrPlow plow driver]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E3GuessWhosComingToCriticizeDinner food critic]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E19MomAndPopArt conceptual artist]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E1LardOfTheDance grease salesman]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E12BartCarny carnie]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E2ATaleOfTwoSpringfields mayor]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E7TheGreatMoneyCaper grifter]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E9MayoredToTheMob bodyguard for the mayor]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E20ColonelHomer country-western manager]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E22TrashOfTheTitans garbage commissioner]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E23KingOfTheHill mountain climber]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E5EIEIAnnoyedGrunt farmer]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E2TheWizardOfEvergreenTerrace inventor]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E17HomerTheSmithers Smithers]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E14TheItchyAndScratchyAndPoochieShow Poochie]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E5WhenYouDishUponAStar celebrity assistant]], power plant worker, [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E4AHunkaHunkaBurnsInLove fortune cookie writer]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E18HomerVsTheEighteenthAmendment beer baron]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E8LisasPony Kwik-E-Mart clerk]], [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E15HomersPhobia homophobe]] and [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E15MissionaryImpossible missionary]]. But protecting Springfield, that gives me the best feeling of all.
** In "Homer's Enemy", Moe evidently has an 'enemies list'. Since he's a {{Jerkass}} with a HairTriggerTemper, it's rather voluminous. Turns out it's actually UsefulNotes/RichardNixon's list -- he just crossed out Nixon's name and put in his own. (When Barney [[LampshadeHanging points this out]], Moe angrily snatches the list back and adds his name to it.)
** Homer also has an Enemies List, according to the Season 6 episode "Homer the Great" (TheOneWith [[BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats the "Stonecutters"]]), which lists the following people and things Homer doesn't like: Bill of Rights, his own father (Grandpa Simpson), fat-free lard, gravity, the Emmys, Darwin, [=H2Whoa=]! (the water slide ride Homer got stuck in on the season two episode "Brush With Greatness"), [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Billy Crystal]], God (even though Homer was friends with Him on the season four episode "Homer the Heretic"), Soloflex, Bart (listed as "the boy"), Stern Lecture Plumbing (the plumbing company from earlier in the episode), and Econo-Save (the company that makes the stool that just broke under Homer's weight).
** In "Bart's Comet" Kent Brockman, when preparing for the end of Springfield thanks to the eponymous comet, presented a very fast scrolling list of People Who Are Gay. Homer hurriedly tries to copy down the list as it scrolls. [[spoiler:The names are actually those of the show's production crew]].
** In "Homer Badman", Godfrey Jones announced that his newscast was apologizing for a list of recent errors. The errors scrolled quickly on the screen. [[FreezeFrameBonus When slowed down,]] they included "[[TakeThatAudience If you are reading this, you have no life]]."
** Principal Skinner (on deciding which laundry detergent to use) in "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Badass Song": "Let's see: Tide...Cheer...Bold...Biz...Fab...All...Gain...Wisk. I believe today I will try...Bold."
** In "Marge Gets a Job", Grandpa comes to believe Maggie is sick while babysitting her. He consults an antiquated medical reference book: "Let's see, what's old Doc Washburn prescribe? Do you have dropsy? The grippe? Scrofula? The vapors? Jungle rot? Dandy fever? Poor man's gout? Housemaid's knee? Climactic boo bow? The staggers? Dum-dum fever?"
** In "The Seven-Beer Snitch", [[TheStoner Otto]] switches Homer's urine sample with his own, and Mr. Burns is alarmed:
-->'''Mr. Burns:''' Crack, smack, uppers, downers, outers, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green goofers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3, and trace amounts of... * disgusted* ''human urine''."
** A RunningGag is that whenever we see Reverend Lovejoy giving a sermon, he tends to cite a long list found in Literature/TheBible.
** In "You Only Move Twice", when Homer suggests to his boss [[SuperVillain Hank Scorpio]] that his overworked co-workers could use hammocks, Scorpio starts rattling off all the places in town that sell them (all this [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny improvised]] by Scorpio's voice actor Creator/AlbertBrooks):
-->'''Scorpio:''' Homer, there's four places. There's the Hammock Hut, that's on Third.\\
'''Homer:''' Uh-huh.\\
'''Scorpio:''' There's Hammocks-R-Us, that's on Third too. You got Put-Your-Butt-There?\\
'''Homer:''' Mm-mmm.\\
'''Scorpio:''' That's on Third. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot... Matter of fact, they're all in the same complex; it's the hammock complex on Third.\\
'''Homer:''' Oh, the hammock district.\\
'''Scorpio:''' That's right.
** In "Postcards From The Wedge", Skinner rattles off a list of homework assignments Bart has missed in a month's time: worksheets, problem sets, book reports, math jumbles, dioramas, topic sentences, conclusions, bibliographies, synonyms, mean-the-sames, define-a-likes, word twins, and one Thanksgiving hand turkey.
** The season 26 episode "Let's Go Fly A Coot" has Homer start listing a series of movies set in a dystopian future during a pre-movie trailer. The list ends up lasting through the whole movie.
** In "The War of the Simpsons", Homer and Marge go to Reverend Lovejoy's marriage counseling retreat, and Marge is asked to share with the group her husband's flaws.
--->'''Marge:''' Well... I-It's not that I don't love the guy. I'm always sticking up for him. It's just that he's so self-centered.
--->'''Homer:''' ''(gasps)'' Wait! Oh!
--->'''Rev. Lovejoy:''' Now, Homer...
--->'''Marge:''' He forgets birthdays, anniversaries, holidays both religious and secular, he chews with his mouth open, he gambles, he hangs out at a seedy bar with bums and lowlifes.
--->'''Homer:''' ''(sobs)'' It's true! It's all true!
--->'''Rev. Lovejoy:''' Homer don't interrupt.
--->'''Homer:''' Sorry.
--->'''Marge:''' He blows his nose on the towels and puts 'em back in the middle!
--->'''Homer:''' I only did that a couple of times!
--->''(following a cut to another scene, we cut back to the retreat hours later; Marge is still ranting)''
--->'''Marge:''' ''(hoarsely)'' He drinks out of the carton. He never changes the baby. When he goes to sleep, he makes chewing noises, and when he wakes up, he makes honking noises. Oh, oh, and he scratches himself with his keys. I guess that's it. Oh no, wait, he kicks me in is sleep and his toenails are too long and yellow. That's all I can think of right now. I guess you're all tired, and I want to thank you for letting me get some things off my chest.
--->'''Homer:''' ''(groans)''
* Wade Duck of ''[[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends U.S. Acres]]'' has a list of [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes his fears]]. Predictably, it's rather long...
* In the first season finale of ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'', Foxxy Love lists off various reality show contestants who got deceived by the producers in the end before the housemates take matters into their own hands.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' had several songs that were long lists. One listed all of the countries in the world and the other was a list of all the US states and their capitals.
** Then there was Yakko singing "all the words in the English language," which takes this trope to an extreme.
** And "Video Revue", a pastiche of "midnight in the bookstore" cartoons like the Daffy Duck short "Book Revue", where the Warners leapt off an Animaniacs video tape box and ran around the store, singing about the movies they encountered while interacting with the cover art of the VHS boxes.
** Another ''Animaniacs'' short involves a rodent from the country trying to become a big name Hollywood actor. Anyone he didn't like was added to his "list of people I'd snub when I become rich and famous." By the end, it was quite a list.
* Cyborg from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' does this quite frequently and quickly.
--> '''Cyborg''': Robin, whistling isn't like flying, or shooting lasers out of your eyes, or being super strong, or teleportation, or invulnerability, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment or flying, or shooting lasers out of your eyes, or being super strong, or teleportation, or invulnerability, or being super strong, or teleportation]]...
--> '''Cyborg''': This is not about ''Series/TheATeam''... or ''Series/CharlesInCharge'', or ''Series/{{Webster}}'', or ''Series/SmallWonder'', or ''Series/SilverSpoons'', or ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', or ''Series/MagnumPI'', or ''Series/MacGyver'', or ''Series/PerfectStrangers'', or ''[[Series/TheFactsOfLife Facts of Life]]'', or ''Series/HappyDays'', or ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' or ''Series/HeadOfTheClass,'' or ''Series/TooCloseForComfort'', or ''Series/KnightRider'', or ''[[Series/TheDukesOfHazzard Dukes of Hazzard]]'', or ''[[Series/TheGreatestAmericanHero Greatest American Hero]]''...
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'': Billy's Christmas list is a peg leg, a 3-way radio, a shetland pony, an automatic shoe buffer, an eskimo, a baby antelope, ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} underpants, ringworm medication, a staple gun, robotic fingers, a fourth nipple, a condo in Miami, a monkey blender and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment a battery-powered battery charger]]
** In ''[[TheMovie Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure]]'' Boogey lists off everyone, including himself, who has stolen Grim's scythe.
-->'''Boogey''': Is it not true that not only was your scythe stolen by a headless man wearing a pumpkin on his neck, but was also taken by Billy, Mandy, Irwin, Billy's father, Billy's mother, Billy's cousin (Nergal Jr.), Billy's cat, Dracula, General Skarr, Principal Goodvibes, Mrs. Claus, the Secret Snake Club, the Army, Scout Troop 701, the [[Series/LandOfTheLost Sleestaks]], the President, the mailman, the Dingleschmidt sisters, the Boogeyman, a llama, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and a turkey salad sandwich...]] (ominously) hold the mayo?
* Done in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', where Professor Farnsworth names off thirteen prehistoric primates (mostly offscreen) during a debate on evolution with the Creationist Dr. Banjo.
-->'''Dr. Banjo:''' If your elitist East Coast evolution is real, why has no one found the missing link between modern humans and ancient apes?\\
'''Professor Farnsworth:''' We ''did'' find it! It's called ''Homo erectus''!\\
'''Dr. Banjo:''' Then you have proven my case, sir, for no one has found the link between apes and this ''Homo erectus''!\\
'''Professor Farnsworth:''' Yes, they have! It's called ''Homo habilis''!\\
'''Dr. Banjo:''' Aha! But no one has found the missing link between ape and this so-called ''Homo habilis''!\\
'''Professor Farnsworth:''' Yes, they have! It's called ''Australopithecus africanus''!\\
''(about fifteen minutes later, we see the Professor's list expanded to include ten more specimens)''\\
'''Dr. Banjo:''' Fair enough. But where, then, is the missing link between apes and this ''Darwinius masillae''? Answer me that, Professor!\\
'''Professor Farnsworth:''' Okay, granted, that one missing link is still missing...
* WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}} has a really, really long list describing what qualities a guy needs to impress a girl, which she reads to her male friends.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', SuperOCD Twilight Sparkle is quite fond of creating overly long checklists for whatever task she has to accomplish. She even has a checklist for making checklists, which includes ink, extra ink and extra extra ink. At one point she wonders why she keeps running out of materials to make a checklist all the time. ObsessedAreTheListMakers, indeed.
* ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'': According to Donald, Scrooge has a ton of "[[RoguesGallery sworn enemies]]", which is part of the reason why he didn't know Flintheart Glomgold was one of them.
--> '''Scrooge:''' Your new job is with ''my sworn enemy?!''\\
'''Donald:''' I can't keep track of ''ALL'' your sworn enemies!