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->'''Mitchell:''' You love scrapbooking.\\
'''Cameron:''' Do I, Mitchell? Do I? ''[exits]''\\
'''Mitchell''': No, stop. Don't do the double-question-thing to prove a point. I hate it when people do that.
-->-- ''Series/ModernFamily''

Have you ever noticed how sometimes, a character emphasises a dramatic line by ending it with the addressee's name, and repeating the line?

''I sure have, {{Tropey| The Wonder Dog}}. I suuure have.''

Often used as a dramatic bookend before the credits or commercial break, or a {{cliffhanger}} ending. A variant common enough to get its own trope is "[[DoubleDontKnow I don't know, Billy... I just don't know.]]"

Not to be confused with OneLinerEcho, where a ''different'' character repeats the line. Compare CallBack, where a line is echoed much later -- this is when the line is echoed straight away. See also TheNameIsBondJamesBond.


[[folder:Advertising, Troper. Advertising]]
* Enterprise Car Rentals has a narrator that does this at the end of their commercials. The driver of a car says something along the lines of "I can get used to this." The narrator replies, "Indeed you can, business person. Indeed you can."

[[folder:Comics, Troper. Comics]]
* ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' used this for TheReveal of Ninjette's real name: "You're welcome, [[spoiler:Kozue Kaburagi]]!... you're welcome."

[[folder:Films, Troper. Animated Films]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' [[ShoutOut references]] the ''Babe'' example below: "That'll do, donkey, that'll do."
* ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc.''
-->'''Roz:''' I'm watching you, Wazowski, always watching...
* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''
-->'''Mr. Huph''': I'm not happy, Bob. ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis Not. Happy.]]''

[[folder:Films, Troper. Live Action Films]]
* ''Film/{{Babe}}''
-->'''Farmer Hoggett:''' That'll do, pig... that'll do. [[note]]This is changed from [[Creator/DickKingSmith original book]], which leaves out "pig".[[/note]]
* ''Film/PulpFiction'': "Zed's dead, baby... Zed's dead."
* ''Film/ForrestGump'': "Run, Forrest, run!"
* ''Franchise/StarWars'' did it: "Run, Luke, run!"
* ''Film/FirstBlood'': Colonel Trautman to his former soldier Rambo at the end as he's convincing him to lay down his arms: "It's over, Johnny. It's over!"
* ''Old School'': "Y-You're crazy, man! You're crazy!" Something of a MemeticMutation with someone's name substituted for "man".
* ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors''
-->'''Audrey II:''' Feed me, Seymour! '''[[ChewingTheScenery Feed Me!]]'''
* Brand uses this in ''Film/TheGoonies''.
-->'''Mikey:''' [[HowMuchDidYouHear How long have you guys been standing there?]]\\
'''Brand:''' Long enough, Mikey. Long enough.
* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'': "[[OhCrap Game Over, man! Game Over!]]"
* William Petersen's "impossibly corny final line" in ''Film/TheSkulls'', "[[http://www.cracked.com/article_18495_the-skulls-10-year-old-movie-thats-already-baffling.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CrackedRSS+%28Cracked%3A+All+Posts%29&utm_content=Google+UK delivered so overearnestly it would make his perpetually sunglassed CSI counterpart David Caruso blush]]";
-->"Well done, son... Well done."
* ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'':
-->'''Franchise/IndianaJones:''' I hate snakes, Jock! I hate 'em!
* ''Film/WhosAfraidOfVirginiaWoolf'': "I am, George. I am."
* ''Film/ChildrenOfTheCorn1984'':
--> '''Resurrected!Isaac:''' He wants you too, Malachi. He wants you too.
* ''Film/{{Contact}}'': "Small moves, Ellie. Small moves."
* Hannigan in ''Film/{{Annie 2014}}'': Exactly, girlfriend, exactly!
* ''Film/ThingsToCome'' ends with Oswald Cabal asking Raymond Passworthy "All the universe, or nothingness? Which shall it be, Passworthy? Which shall it be?"
* ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'': "Not a scratch, doctor, not a scratch."
* ''Film/DrStrangelove'':
-->'''Gen. Turgidson:''' Do you realize what kind of breach of security this poses? He'll see everything! He'll see the big board!\\
'''President Muffley:''' That is precisely the point, General Turgidson. That is precisely the point.

[[folder:Literature, Troper. Literature]]
* ''Literature/GauntsGhosts'': "Sure as sure, Tanith. Sure as sure."
* ''Literature/TheOutsiders'': "Stay gold, Ponyboy... Stay gold..."
* "[[http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/sherlock/lostworld1.shtml The Adventure of the Lost World]]", a Franchise/SherlockHolmes parody in which Holmes disguises himself as a one-legged man, much to Watson's confusion:
-->"Ah, Watson", said Holmes in a voice of immensely pleased conceit, "you have been making the assumption all the time that I had two legs to begin with."\\
"But Holmes", I protested. "I have seen you run, and jump!"\\
"Have you, Watson? Have you really?"
* In one essay, David Sedaris says that in his family it was considered "queer" to do this.
* ''Literature/LordOfTheRings:'' "Yet we may, Mr. Frodo. We may."
* Adaptations of ''{{Literature/Emma}}'' tend to include the phrase "It was badly done, Emma. Badly done." In the original book, it's just "It was badly done, indeed!"
* ''Literature/FromTheEarthToTheMoon'': "White all, Barbicane, white all!"[[note]]Barbicane, Michel Arden, and Nicholl were playing at Dominoes.[[/note]]

[[folder:Live-Action TV, Troper. Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/TheWire'': [[SchiffOneLiner Final line]] of Season 1.
-->'''Omar:''' It all in the game, yo. It all in the game.
* Horatio on ''Series/CSIMiami'', one of the many ways he likes to ham up his dialogue.
* Lampshaded in an episode of ''Series/ModernFamily'':
-->'''Mitchell:''' You love scrapbooking.\\
'''Cameron:''' Do I, Mitchell? Do I? ''(exits)''\\
'''Mitchell''': No, stop. Don't do the double question thing to prove a point. I hate it when people do that.\\
'''Cameron:''' ''(holding baby Lily around the door, in a falsetto)'' Do you, Mitchell? Do you?\\
'''Mitchell:''' Lily!
** And invoked by Luke:
-->'''Luke''': When I want Dad to leave me alone, I just say "Do you. dad? Do you?" He gets real quiet and then I can walk away.
* ''Series/GreysAnatomy,'' Season 6, Episode 16. Dr. Webber tells Dr. Shepherd, "I had to pee in a cup today, Derek. I had to pee in a cup."
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
--->'''[=McCoy=]:''' I could've saved her! Do you know what you just did?\\
'''Spock:''' He knows, Doctor. He knows.
** And again:
--->'''[=McCoy=]:''' Can he do it?\\
'''Spock:''' If he has the time, Doctor. If he has the time.
* Used to convey scheming on ''Series/ThreesCompany.'' A friend of Jack's (who really wants to take over Jack's restaurant) has set Jack up for humiliation in front of his boss. When Jack says he can't wait for what he thinks is a party, evil friend says, "Neither can I, Jack. Neither can I."
* ''Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob'', the [[ChristmasSpecial Chrimbus Special]]: "I think it was, Doc. I think it was."
* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': The characters seem to use it all the time.
** Jack Simpson has a rather weak one when he accepts one lieutenant's invitation to drink and a game of cards.
---> '''Jack Simpson''': Gladly, sir, gladly.
** Captain Pellew likes this "speech pattern", and it is even more popular in FanFiction for his character. He delivers a memorable repeated one liner, [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] his ImprobableAimingSkills when he shoots [[spoiler: Midshipman Jack Simpson]].
--->'''Master Bowles''': [enthusiastically] Exceptionally fine shot, sir! If I may say so.
--->'''Captain Pellew''': You may, Mr Bowles. You may.
** When Horatio returns to the "Indy" after his successful capture of ''Papillon'' and saving them from French corvettes, Pellew welcomes him with this:
--->'''Captain Pellew''': Timely, Mr Hornblower, timely.
** In "Mutiny", Mr Bush seems unable NOT to mention Mr Wellard in front of the captain. Even though every time he says his name, Sawyer remembers Wellard is his new whipping boy.
--->'''Captain Sawyer''': I am obliged to you, Mr Bush... Much obliged.
* ''Run, Joe, Run'' was a live action drama on NBC's Saturday morning line-up in the 1970s. It was about a German Shepherd falsely accused of an attack, so he takes it on the lam for thirteen episodes.
** ''Run, Buddy, Run'' was a CBS comedy of the 1960s about a man on the lam after running afoul of the mob.
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Barney does this so frequently that the other characters see it coming a mile away.
-->'''Barney''':...and call him I will, Ted.
-->'''Ted''' ''(stage-whispering to Robin)'': He's going to say it again really slowly.
-->'''Barney''': [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Call...him...I...will!]]
* In a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' skit, a group try to give their friend (Darrell Hammond) a surprise party in his apartment, and wind up finding more about him [[TooMuchInformation than they wanted to know]]. As they're leaving one of the friends (Tim Meadows) says, "We saw the letter to [[Series/FamilyMatters Urkel]], man, we saw the letter to Urkel."
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E10TheDoctorDances "Everybody lives, Rose! Just this once, EVERYBODY LIVES!"]]
* ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' plays this in the Oscar Wilde sketch.
-->'''Whistler:''' There is only one thing in the world worse than being witty, and that is not being witty. (''fifteen seconds of restrained laughter'')\\
'''Oscar Wilde:''' I wish I had said that.\\
'''Whistler:''' You will, Oscar. You will. (''more laughter'')
* ''Series/{{MASH}}'': In "As You Were," Radar is trying to get shelling near the compound stopped or at least diverted. He's on the phone:
-->'''Radar:''' I said west, Tony. ''West!''
** At the conclusion of "Smilin' Jack," Hawkeye asks Potter which of the three campaigns he's been in was the worst when word comes in that France suffered 500 casualties in an attack.
-->'''Potter:''' Every last one of them, Hawkeye. Every last one of them.

[[folder:Music, Troper. Music]]
* "Burn, Baby, Burn!" and "[[Music/{{KISS}} Burn Bitch Burn]]".
* "[[Music/ChuckBerry Go, Johnny, go!]]"
* "Die Motherfucker Die" by Dope.
* "Gone Daddy Gone" by Music/ViolentFemmes.
* "Run, Joey, Run" by David Geddes
* "Run, Boy, Run" by Woodland
* "Run, Baby, Run" by Music/SherylCrow takes it to extremes; "Run, baby, run, baby, run, baby, run, baby, run..."
* "Run, Rudolph, Run", written by Johnny Marks and performed by Music/ChuckBerry. Only in the title, though; the lyrics read, "Run, run, Rudolph".
* " Ninja Rap," performed by Creator/VanillaIce and Earthquake for ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles II''. "Go ninja go ninja go! Go ninja go ninja go!"

[[folder: Radio, Troper. Radio]]
* Susan Calman on ''Radio/TheNewsQuiz'', on a rant about [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext the government stance on pig monitoring]]:
-->Let the pigs run free, UsefulNotes/{{Nick|Clegg}}! ''Let them run free!''
* ''Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' had Magikthise and Vroomfondl protesting against Deep Thought computing the answer to the ultimate question of Life, the Universe and Everything.
-->'''Vroomfondl:''' We'll go on strike!\\
'''Magikthise:''' That's right, you'll have a national philosophers' strike on your hands.\\
'''Deep Thought:''' Who will ''that'' inconvenience?\\
'''Vroomfondl:''' Never mind who it'll inconvenience, you box of blacklegging binary bits. It'll hurt, buster, it'll hurt!

[[folder:Theater, Troper. Theater]]
* ''Carousel'':
** "Give it to 'em good, Carrie, give it to 'em good!"
** In the second act: "Tell it to her good, Julie, tell it to her good!"
* ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'': "Not well John, not at all well."
* ''Theatre/AnythingGoes'' has a song called "Blow, Gabriel, Blow". This is later parodied in Urinetown with ''Run, Freedom, Run'', however this example does not fit the trope.

[[folder:Video Games, Troper. Video Games]]
* A background character in a ''VideoGame/GuildWars'' mission does this twice in a fairly short conversation, with a third instance only averted because he doesn't say "son" before he repeats himself.
* One of the lines added to go with the ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' soldier's "robot" costume (made primarily from cardboard boxes and dryer vent hose) is "Beep boop, son, beep boop."
* A line in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' which many players heard [[MostAnnoyingSound over and over again]] because it's uttered every time you fail Zero's "[[ThatOneLevel Supply Lines]]": "Curse you, Berkeley! CURSE YOOOOOUUUUU!"
* Vergil says this after winning against Dante in ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' and ''Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3'':
-->'''Vergil:''' Foolishness, Dante. Foolishness.
* In ''VideoGame/TheCurseOfMonkeyIsland there's this exchange between Guybrush and King André when the former tries to get a diamond from him:
--> '''Guybrush Threepwood:''' The Diamond belongs in a museum!
--> '''King Andre:''' So do post-impressionist paintings, Mr Threepwood. So do post-impressionist paintings.
--> '''Guybrush Threepwood:''' What the heck is that supposed to mean?
--> '''King Andre:''' Some day you will understand.

[[folder:Web Comics, Troper. Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/AnsemRetort'': "That'll do, Fangirl, that'll do."
* ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'':
-->'''Kiki:''' Stay good, [[MadLibsCatchphrase Character X]], stay good!
* ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', has it [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2003/10/09/episode-340-the-next-quest/ here]], when Black Belt declares that he and White Mage have successfully reunited the Light Warriors:
-->'''White Mage''': But we didn't ''do'' anything.
-->'''Black Belt''': Oh, didn't we, White Mage? Didn't we?

[[folder:Web Original, Troper. Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', episode 55, Lizzie to Charlotte.
-->'''Lizzie:''' Low blow, Lu, low blow.
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightvale'' ends most episodes with a DadaAd for what comes on after and then:
-->'''Cecil:''' [[SigningOffCatchPhrase Good night, Night Vale. Good night.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/HomestarRunner'': In "No Hands On Deck!", Homestar remarks that he might just write a musical about the deck he's planning to build, and Coach Z offers to play the role of "The Orphan".
-->'''Homestar:''' That's a good one, Coach. [[PunctuatedForEmphasis A really... really... good one.]]

[[folder:Western Animation, Troper. Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
-->'''Peter:''' ''([[TheChewToy to Meg]])'' That'll do, pig... that'll do.
** Also in the trailer for ''Passion of the Christ 2'', Chris Tucker: "You crazy, Jesus! You crazy!"
** A cross-dressed Stewie to Brian: "I feel right, Brian. I feel right."
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' got in on the act with Groundskeeper Willie's "That'll do, snake... that'll do."
** When Lisa thinks she's losing her intelligence, Milhouse wonders if Bart will pick up the slack. "Maybe I will, Milhouse. Maybe I will." He doesn't.
** When Bart states he is going to help the family save money by give up smoking (despite not actually STARTING), Homer expresses pride and gives Bart a dollar. When Lisa points out he didn't actually do anything, Homer hits Lisa with "Didn't he, Lisa? Didn't he?" before realizing it himself and taking the dollar back.
* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' ("That will do, bitch. That will do")
* In ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'': "Dumb like a moose, Dib. Dumb like a moose!"
-->'''Dib:''' Reign of terror, Gaz! Reign of terror!
* At the end of the ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode "Dope & Faith":
-->'''Stan:''' Brett, you're a Satanist! I could only be friends with you if you believed in...\\
'''Brett:''' Believed in what?\\
'''Stan:''' Whatever you want, pal. Whatever you want.
** Earlier than that, at the end of the episode 'Lincoln Lovers,' where Stan hugs his son Steve:
-->'''Steve:''' ...This doesn't make me gay, does it, dad?\\
'''Stan:''' Only if you get a boner, son. Only if you get a boner.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}''
-->'''Fry:''' [[IUhYouToo I'll kill you too]], buddy. I'll kill you too.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2021}}'' might count in the early "Predator" episode (after Stormy suggests that he and [white] Debbie may have to repopulate the species together):
-->'''Debbie:''' That's disgusting!\\
'''Stormy:''' Is it, Debbie? ''(long beat)''... Is it?\\
'''Debbie:''' YES!
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'': "There, there, Ren... there, there."
* Skipper from ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' likes to do this often.
-->"Cute and cuddly, boys. Cute and cuddly."
* ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'': [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown "Stupid, Joan. Reeeeeal stupid."]]
* On ''Archer'', [[Film/{{Babe}} when Krieger remembers his pig-boy]].
--> That'll do, Pigly... ''that'll do''.
* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', "Web Weirdos":
--> '''Jake''': Circle of life, Finn. Circle of life.
* From the '"WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "More Crap":
--> '''Stan''': "You don't understand, Mom. You just don't understand."
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'': Mr. Small has this as one of his catchphrases. The PhraseCatcher is always Mr. Nosy, whom Mr. Small refers to as "Nose" when he uses it.
-->'''Mr. Nosy:''' I can't believe he[[note]]Mr. Nervous[[/note]]'s not going to stay for the free breakfast pastries.\\
'''Mr. Small:''' Some people are a mystery, Nose. Some people are a mystery.
* ''WesternAnimation/ChipAndDaleRescueRangers'':
-->'''Monterey Jack:''' You bet it is, boyos! You bet it is!
* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'':
-->"Yes dude! Yes!"
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': A catchphrase Gerald would often say to Arnold:
-->"You're a bold kid, Arnold. A bold kid."
* [[WesternAnimation/SpeedRacer "Go, Speed Racer, go!"]]
* [[WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil "Help, Cecil! Help!"]]
* When BugsBunny gives Red Hot Ryder a telegram from the Masked Marauder (Bugs):
-->'''Ryder:''' (''reading telegram'') "Roses are red, violets are pink, flowers smell good but you sure do s..."(''last word is obscured with "Censored"'') I sure ''what???''\\
'''Bugs:''' (''full volume'') '''''STINK, YOU FOOL!!! STINK!!!'''''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDickTracyShow'': After Hemlock Holmes busts a gut rescuing the Retouchables from Stooge Viller and Mumbles, he finds them waiting in the car.
-->'''Hemlock:''' (''sarcastically'') Gee, Tracy...do you think it was worth it?\\
'''Tracy''': (''dryly'') I wonder, Hemlock. I wonder. (''[[AsideGlance grins to the camera]]'')
* The very last line of ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', after Galvatron declares Cybertron to be his:
-->'''Zarak''': "We shall see, Galvatron. We shall see."
''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle That's all there is]], {{Tropey|TheWonderDog}}. [[SelfDemonstratingArticle That's all there is.]]''