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->'''Brian:''' '' Okay, insert rod support A into slot B.''\\
'''Peter:''' ''(giggling) That's what--''\\
'''Brian:''' ''[[DefiedTrope If you say]] "that's what she said" one more time, [[DopeSlap I'm gonna pop you.]]''
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''

To take a [[InnocentInnuendo perfectly innocent phrase]] [[ThatCameOutWrong that just came out wrong]] said by one person and then irk that person by [[DoubleEntendre turning it into an innuendo]]. It's also interesting to note that it pretty specifically keeps to what ''she'' said with its uses leaning towards things a woman would say in response to a man's actions or physical attributes. So if it is being used in disparagement of someone, that someone is most likely a man.

Learned gentlemen of [[OmnidisciplinaryScientist numerous disciplines]] have pondered as to whether or not said "she" is, in fact, YourMom.

Whoever "she" is, the use of the phrase as a [[StockPhrase stock expression]] is NewerThanTheyThink. Any use at all before 1992 and most uses before about 2005 can be considered instances of HaveAGayOldTime. Not to say that a similar sentiments weren't expressed with different wording, of course; the phrase "as the actress said to the bishop", the [[OrphanedPunchline punchline to a joke lost to the mists of time]], is a notable older version. (Also: Mid-20th century jokers would often replace "the actress" with Creator/MaeWest and "the bishop" with...any man, really, depending on circumstances.)

On a related note, Creator/HRiderHaggard wrote a book called ''Literature/{{She}}'', in which "She" refers to sorceress/queen Ayesha, who also goes by "She-who-must-be-obeyed". She does not, however, enjoy making sex jokes.

A SubTrope of LampshadedDoubleEntendre. Despite the trope being mostly meant for female pronouns, gender inversions ("that's what ''he'' said") are just as possible.

Compare CantBelieveISaidThat and HehHehYouSaidX.

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!! Examples:

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* This [[http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=18ya0-OZ58s Snickers commercial]] with Betty White.
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[[folder:Audio Play]]
* On AudioPlay/WereAlive, Saul manages to drop one while he and CJ are being attacked by zombies!
-->'''CJ''': "Lift up the door, I just need six inches." [[note]] She's Referring to raising a garage door so she can slice at the zombies with her [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]].[[/note]]
-->'''Saul''': "Ha ha. That's what she said. And you're going to need more than that.''
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[[folder:Comics]]
* In the ongoing ''[[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Batgirl]]'' series, [[ItMakesSenseInContext while being strangled by Dracula]]:
--> '''Batgirl:''' "[[CasualDangerDialogue Hopefully you won't hold this against me.]]"\\
'''{{Supergirl}}:''' "That's what she said."\\
'''Batgirl:''' "You're funny."\\
'''Supergirl:''' "I try."
* When ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'' tells Death about his plan to be ''dead dead'' and with her:
--> '''Deadpool:''' "''I got a plan''. It's really ''big'', though… An' it's gonna be ''really $#%&#% hard to pull off''."\\
'''Death:''' "That's what she said."
* ''ComicBook/{{Starman}}'' used the older "as the actress said to the bishop" version, pulling it on ''himself'' after noting that "my rod feels good in my hand".
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[[folder: Fan Fiction]]
* ''TheDracoTrilogy'' has this in a HaveAGayOldTime sort of way -- back when it was written, the sentence hadn't quite acquired this meaning...
* In ''FanFic/FullmetalLol'', The Situation [[note]]aka, Greed[[/note]] has this as his CatchPhrase.
* [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4878574/9/Serendipity One of the drabbles]] in the ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' fanfic ''[[FanficRecs/HaruhiSuzumiya Serendipity]]'' is about Ryoko's confusion regarding this trope.
In "Helena" a HarryPotter trollfic that is best described as MyImmortal, UpToEleven, [[spoiler:Hagrid]], of all people, pulls one off against himself while he is fantasizing about the Mary Sue protagonist.
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[[folder:Film]]
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z8mSwzSQQk This 1929 sound test]] for Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Blackmail'' has an amusing variant, courtesy Hitch himself.
-->'''Alfred:''' You must stand in your place, or it will not come out right: as the girl said to the soldier.
* The UrExample was in the ''WaynesWorld'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJOQvazNJwEfilm while they're both holding up a large photo. ]]
-->'''Garth''': Okay, are you done yet? Because I'm tired of holding this thing.
-->'''Wayne''': That's what she said.
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[[folder:Lets Play]]
* The one true catchphrase of [[http://www.youtube.com/user/Necroscope86 Necroscope]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2MnqSFueW0&feature=relmfu "Throughout history, the Tall Man has been terrorising anyone who harms his wood".]]
* [[LetsPlay/KuroKomix KuroKomix]] parodied this to the point of absurdity at the end of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54vgxEpntZA Episode VI]] of their LP of HellYeahWrathOfTheDeadRabbit - such to the point that Outrag3d Cr4wd4d actually walked out of the room and Dan Genesis was laughing too hard to continue commentating.
* {{LetsPlay/Markiplier}} does this on many occasions in his Let's Plays.
** His "Waxing Challenge" video (and by extension, his 11th hightlight video) has a "That's What She Said" ''counter'' instead of him actually saying the phrase. The counter ''explodes'' when it reaches 21.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' has Nanny thinking to herself, "Just grab the first thing you see, said the High Priest to the Vestal Virgin" (a take on the antecedent to "That's what she said," "...said the Actress to the Bishop"). A footnote indicates that this is [[OrphanedPunchline the punchline to a joke that everyone on the Disc has forgotten]].
* In a book called ''A Play of Knaves,'' one character is getting grief from all the others about sleeping around, to the point where he's fed up with everything they say, even if it's to mock someone else, and we get this:
--> '''Ellis snapped, "Leave off with the Hewwwgo, too, will you?" "That was probably the other thing Titha said," Joliffe grinned, and added in a shrill girl's voice, "'Leave off, Ellis.'"
** It's worth pointing out that this book series takes place largely ''in the 1430s.''
* Literature/TheSaint, at least in the original books, loves this. He quips "as the actress said to the bishop" or [[SpearCounterpart "as the bishop said to the actress"]] with very little provocation.
* [[http://www.amazon.com/Thats-What-She-Said-Contemporary/dp/0253203384 I kid you not, folks, this is real.]]
* In Paul Robinson's book, ''The Takeover Man'', the eponymous character is having sex with a woman whose sons became boyfriends of the twin daughters of another woman. She's having an amazing time until he has an orgasm and stops, then she says,
--> "That was fantastic." \\
"That's what the twins' mother said."\\
She laughed. "I have to wonder about you. Is any woman safe around you?"
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[[folder: Live Action TV]]
* ''TheOffice'': Here's your trope namer! Michael Scott is almost incapable of resisting an opportunity to use this joke. Even in the midst of a legal deposition.
** In an episode when Michael is being forced by his boss to not tell inappropriate jokes around the office, Jim deliberately starts saying things that could have double meanings until he finally gives in.
-->'''Jim:''' Does that include "that's what she said"?
-->'''Michael:''' Mm-hmm, yes.
-->'''Jim:''' Wow, that is really hard. (beat; Michael restrains himself) Do you really think you can go all day long? (another beat, now Michael is straining hard not to open his mouth) Well, you've always left me satisfied, and smiling, so...
-->''({{Beat}})''
-->'''Michael:''' THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!
** Occasionally, someone else will make the joke before Michael can. This always annoys him.
** In fact, the very last words Michael Scott says on the show (after he has removed his mic, so we don't actually hear them) are "That's what she said."
** One of the DVD box-sets is titled "''The Office'' Ultimate Package (that's what she said)".
** In the SeriesFinale, [[spoiler: just before Dwight's wedding to Angela, Michael returns to be his best man(or "Bestest Mensch"). An emotional Dwight tells him "I can't believe you came!", and Michael responds with a smile: "That's what she said."]]
* On ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' Creator/AmyPoehler's recurring character Amber (with one leg, etc.) used it as a CatchPhrase. For example, when she was on ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel'':
-->'''Tyra:''' Amber, it was very hard for us to find a good picture of you.
-->'''Amber:''' I bet it was hard.
-->'''Tyra:''' But we did our best.
-->'''Amber:''' That's what she said.
-->'''Tyra:''' You're not using that right.
-->'''Amber:''' That's what she said.
-->'''Tyra:''' Better.
** On the season 35 episode of ''SNL'' hosted by Tina Fey, during a sketch about Tiger Woods's first game back from his sex scandal, Tina Fey plays a hooker named Ashlyn St. Cloud who says, "That's what Tiger said," after one of the commentators says, "Let's take a look at the hole through the aerial cam."
* In an episode of ''Series/RulesOfEngagement'', Russell is dating a woman who speaks in almost nothing but unintentional DoubleEntendre. Adam suggests that she might be the 'she' who actually says all those 'that's what she said' remarks.
** ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' also had a woman like that in one episode.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': "Top 10 Things Marshall said on his wedding night"
** A variation occurred in Season 6
-->'''Barney''': (as Ted is packing something) That won't fit in there.
-->'''Ted''': Yeah, that's what your mom said.
-->'''Barney''': HOW DARE YOU?!
-->'''Ted''': No, that's really what she said.
-->'''Barney's mom''': Ted, dear, I thought I told you that won't fit in there.
* ''{{NCIS}}''. In "Sub Rosa", the seventh episode of the series, Gibbs (not [=DiNozzo=] [[HandsomeLech for once]]) has a moment like this when Kate is thrown against him during a submarine's emergency surfacing:
-->'''Kate''': Wow.
-->'''Gibbs''': Yeah. That's what they all tell me.
** Cue a smirk from a watching crewman and a DeathGlare from Kate.
* In ''Series/{{Bottom}}'':
-->'''Richie''': Wait a minute. You were in love with ''Harry Belafonte?''\\
'''Eddie''': Well, that's what she told me her name was -- well, she sort of shouted it over her shoulder as she ran away into the night.\\
'''Richie''': (sigh) Oh look, let's just forget it shall we?\\
'''Eddie''': That's what ''she'' said!\\
'''Richie''': Look, let's just drop it.\\
'''Eddie''': She said that as well!\\
'''Richie''': ''EDWARD HITLER, I'M '''REALLY''' NOT INTERESTED.''\\
'''Eddie''': This is uncanny! Were you ''there?''
* In an episode of ''Series/CornerGas'', Hank uses this line repeatedly in one scene, only he doesn't quite get how it's supposed to work and uses it after lines that can't be mistaken for innuendo. Suddenly Davis comes in...
-->'''Davis:''' Hey Brent, your nozzle is stuck in my gas tank. It's too big, I can't get it out!\\
(Everyone looks at Hank expectantly)\\
'''Hank:''' What? I don't think she'd say that. Doesn't sound like her.
* ''Series/NewsRadio'' has this when Dave & Lisa broke up, the rest unaware:
-->'''Dave''': I know it's a crummy story but someone has to do a piece on the Williamsburg Bridge renovation.\\
'''Lisa''': Give it to me, Dave. I'll take it.\\
'''Joe''': That's not the first time Dave's heard Lisa say that.\\
'''Dave''': Give it a rest.\\
'''Bill''': I'll bet that's not the first time Lisa's heard Dave say that.\\
'''Lisa''': Look you really don't want to get into this.\\
'''Catherine''': I bet Dave's never heard that one before.\\
'''Dave''': Seriously, this is a very sensitive area.\\
'''Beth''': That's what she said.\\
'''Lisa''': Okay, I'm telling them.\\
'''Bill''': And I'll bet that's not... Actually that doesn't really work, does it?
* In the ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' episode "Wedding Show":
-->'''Bud:''' I had sex! With a girl! And I did it good!\\
'''Kelly:''' Oh, my God.\\
'''Bud:''' That's what she said. Twice.
* At the 2010 Country Music Association awards, hosts Music/BradPaisley and Music/CarrieUnderwood had this exchange about Music/BlakeShelton and Music/MirandaLambert's engagement ring:
-->'''Carrie''': Right after they got engaged, she sent me a picture of it. And I have to say, it is beautiful and big and just perfect.
-->'''Brad''': OK, I'm sorry, [[LampshadeHanging I have to do it]]... That's what she said!
* This exchange from ''Series/{{House}}'' when he was describing a recent case to a class of fifth-graders:
-->'''House''': My current patient is a college student. He's actually in the hospital right now. And, yes, he really did cough up a large portion of dead lung tissue.
-->'''Sophie''': How's that even possible?
-->'''House''': That's what she said! (''{{Beat}}'') No, she did literally say that.
-->''Flashback''
-->'''Masters''': How's that even possible?
* Mr. Mash in ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'' indulges in a bit of this with the perfume salesgirl in "His and Hers".
--> (Holding an extension cord) "Here we are the are, then. Let's hope we don't get a short-circuit when we plug it in...as Mae West said when she picked up the midget. I suppose it'll take a few moments to warm up...as Mae West said to the Eskimo."
* On ''GilmoreGirls'' Sookie say this when they look up at a gigantic house that Luke and Lorelai were contemplating buying. Lorelai repeats it not even ten seconds later.
* On ''MorecambeAndWise'', Eric Morecambe's version of this was, after anyone said anything that could be misconstrued as an UnusualEuphemism, to give an AsideGlance to the audience and say "There's no answer to that!"
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' has a scene where Dr. Cox refrains from talking back to his ever-hated boss, Dr. Kelso:
--> '''Carla:''' That's it? You're just gonna roll over and leave it at that?
--> '''Jordan:''' That is so funny, that's exactly what I said to him last night!
--> '''Carla:''' Come on! Where's the passion? The anger? The hate?
--> '''Jordan:''' [[MasochismTango Again! Last night!]]
--> '''Carla:''' You've gone soft.
--> '''Jordan:''' ''[Gasps]'' Okay, now it's just spooky.
* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEP9aU-ynm0#t=0m38s this newscast]] Wendy Rieger: "It's about 7 inches too much!" Notice how she measures 17 inches.
* ''Series/TheSopranos'' Richie Aprile has a subversion with Tony where he asks Tony:
--> '''Richie''' How's your Sister?
--> '''Tony''' Don't get cute.
--> '''Richie''' What? Janice.
--> '''Tony''' Oh... I thought you were baiting' me. You know, "how's your sister, fuck your mother."
--> '''Richie''' Nah. Come on.
* On ''Sunrise On 7'', A.J. Roach describes men's water polo to Edwina Barthowlmew:
-->'''A.J. Roach:''' It's a great spectacle. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Especially guys running around in their speedos, wrestling and pressing up against each other]]. So it's a good sport to watch.
-->'''Edwina Barthowlmew:''' [[HoYay That sounds like the Greek Olympics.]]
* On ''Series/LostGirl'', succubus Bo gets a "That's what I said" in after Dyson says he "rode for two days straight" returning from looking for Lauren.
* FoxNews: In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWq7-dpZO8A3#t=2m50s this clip]], Megyn Kelly asks Janice Dean if [[HoYay they'll be going to bed together]].
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[[folder:Manga]]
* Subverted in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' when Syaoron says it- and means exactly that, that is what she said! The fact that the 'She' is Yuuko didn't hurt much.
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[[folder: Professional Wrestling]]
* Easily missed on the DVD, but during the commentary of a match featuring [[Wrestling/{{CHIKARA}} Los Ice Creams]], Wrestling/{{UltraMantis Black}} says this to Wrestling/ChrisHero, after a fan calls out "Watch the cherry!" to the Ice Creams' opponent.
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[[folder:Radio]]
* ''Radio/HelloCheeky'' often used the phrase "Your private life's your own concern!", and less commonly "There's no answer to that" to note that an innuendo had just passed by.
-->'''John:''' Do you believe in fortune telling?
-->'''Barry:''' I've got a crystal ball.
-->'''John:''' ...Your private life's your own concern.
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[[folder:Stand Up]]
* Taken to extremes by Achmed the Dead Terrorist in ventriloquist JeffDunham's concert film, ''Controlled Chaos'', were Achmed lets loose a string of them using an embarrassed Jeff's pleas to stop, all while his voice gets increasingly higher.
-->'''Achmed:''' ''(making popping noises)'' How am I doing that with no lips? ''(beat)'' That's what she said.\\
'''Jeff:''' I can't believe you did that.\\
'''Achmed:''' That's what ''she'' said!\\
'''Jeff:''' Will you stop it?\\
'''Achmed:''' ''(louder)'' That's what she said!\\
'''Jeff:''' I don't like this.\\
'''Achmed:''' ''(''very'' high pitch voice)'' THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!\\
'''Jeff:''' How long is this?\\
'''Achmed:''' ''(screechy voice)'' THATSWHATSHESAID! ''(beat)'' Think about it...\\
'''Jeff:''' (beat) So you were talking to [[GrumpyOldMan Walter]] earlier?\\
'''Achmed:''' (beat; upset) Dammit!
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[[folder:Theater]]
* In a Jára Cimrman play ''Hospoda na mýtince'':
--> '''Prisoner''': ... she told me, a stranger: "Drink!"[[note]]In Czech, "drink!" ("pij!") is a homophone of "penis" ("pyj").[[/note]]\\
'''Count''': That's what she said?!
* In "That's What I Told Him Last Night" from the musical ''Arms and the Girl'', a Continental Army sergeant is drilling recruits, and girls interject the song's title in response to such instructions as "don't be scared to use your hands."
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* The surprise ending of [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=1638 this]] ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'' strip.
** Also used [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=2220 here]] and [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=1926 here]].
* An ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' strip parodies the overeager use of the phrase [[http://xkcd.com/436/ here]] when somebody uses it in response to a something said by a woman in a highly sexualized context.
--> That's what SHE said! (poses)
--> Yes. [[CaptainObvious Yes, it is.]]
--> (Awkward silence)
-->[[spoiler:[[AltText I was there, dude.]]]]
** Combined with a YourMom joke [[http://xkcd.com/366/ here]].
** [[http://xkcd.com/174/ My Hobby]]: Using That's What She Said only in the most grammatically ambiguous situations.
* Used [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0753.html here]] in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', with a huge amount of ([[FoeYay F]])[[HoYay oYay.]]
** Belkar's "surprise burn" in [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0836.html this comic]] is a variation.
---> '''Roy:''' I'll take dull efficiency over exciting uncertainty any day of the week.
---> '''Belkar:''' Obviously, your girlfriend feels the same way.
** There's another one is [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0837.html this comic]]
---> '''Roy:''' Good. Now that we're together, I want to get inside that canyon as soon as possible.
---> '''Belkar:''' And that's what you said to your girlfriend!
* "She" shows up herself in [[http://www.explosm.net/comics/2443/ this]] ''Webcomic/CyanideAndHappiness'' comic.
* ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'' has an [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/skinhorse/series.php?view=archive&chapter=49524 exchange]] between a tiger and a gerbil that can turn human:
-->'''Tiger:''' [I'll eat you.] You'll be substantially less than a mouthful. What do you think of that?
-->'''Artie:''' It's the opposite of what [[AnythingThatMoves Tip]] said last night.
-->'''Tiger:''' [[TooMuchInformation Now that's just inappropriate.]]
** Reinforced by the fact he ''actually'' spent the night with Tip.
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[[folder: Web Original]]
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick review of ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' (already famed for its kind of creepy sexual under (and sometimes over-, around- and totally-enveloping-) tones) uses this phrase enough times to keep both hands busy... for counting. The only problem is that the little [[VisualPun gag running across the screen]] didn't turn up when she pulls one off.
* Used in a comic on ''GaiaOnline'' when Cindy comments about the size of a very, very tall tower, and [[CoolOldGuy Edmund]] responds with this line while [[BreakingTheFourthWall looking at the reader]]. Was considered a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Crowning Moment of Funny]] for a short period of time on the forums.
** And having a post of yours quoted with this phrase on said forums gives you an achievement[[hottip:*:called "The Perfect Setup"]].
* Creator/WayneGrayson [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome owned]] LittleKuriboh using this comeback [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVWmmv-EQmU at Youmacon 2009.]]
-->'''LK''': Well, it's good to know that Joey is loved in various areas. *{{beat}}* Wait a minu--
-->'''Wayne''': That's what she said!
* This trope was spoofed in ''[[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Movie]]''. Joey's standing in the way of Yugi, who says "Joey, get your butt out of my face!" Joey comes back with "Yeah, that's what she said." Doesn't quite work, does it?
** This same style is also in the Christmas special, where the first 'ghost' to visit Kaiba is Yugi. Kaiba eventually gets pissed off and tells Yugi to "get the hell out of my bedroom." Yugi responds with an incredibly witty: "Yeah, that's what she said."
** And again in a DepravedBisexual moment in ''What Would Yugi Do'':
-->'''Yami''': "Silence, slave!! Or do you ''want'' me to yank on your leash again?"
-->'''Yugi''': "Ouch! Not so tight, Pharoah!"
-->'''Yami''': "That's what she said. Or he, I could go either way, really. And that is ''also'' what she said!"
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''
-->'''Burter''': Oh, you can't beat ''my'' speed. I'm the fastest in the universe!
-->'''Krillin''': ''(offscreen)'' That's what she said!
* Plinkett of ''RedLetterMedia'' said some lines in his reviews that got some girls going "That's what ''he'' said!", much to his annoyance.
* MariaTheresa was discussing {{Sword Fight}}s in ''RoseOfVersaillesAbridged'' abridged, and a title card read this in response to something she said.
* WebVideo/{{Ask That Guy|With The Glasses}} revealed that the "she" in "That's what she said" is in fact ObscurusLupa.
* From ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/photoplasty_121_if-pop-cultures-greatest-characters-wrote-tell-all-books_p21/#7 If Pop Culture's Greatest Characters Wrote Tell-All Books]]: ''I have never Said ANY of these things! The story of SHE.''
* Xanauzumaki's ''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheAbridgedSeries'' have all of Darunia's dialogue rely on this trope (and even adding a "That's what he said" variant).
* Creator/WilWheaton on his ''Geek and Sundry'' show ''[=TableTop=]'': "That's a lot of tentacles ... is what she said." (The tabletop game they were playing, ''Elder Sign'', is based on Creator/{{HP Lovecraft}}'s CthulhuMythos.
* Upon getting a thick envelope mailed to him, [[WebVideo/MatthewSantoro Matt Santoro]] said, "This is thick... this is thick! That's what she said.".
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[[folder: Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', Gazpacho says this once, followed by "She didn't say that."
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' - ''[[PunBasedTitle Spanish Fry]]'' - Lrr from Omicron Persei 8 is threatening to remove certain appendages from Fry to be used as an alien aphrodisiac. ''Of course'' it used this phrase:
-->'''Fry:''' But in this case, I just don't think it's going to work.
-->'''Bender:''' That's what she said. Whooooo!
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', a new co-worker at Strickland Propane, [[HeyItsThatVoice voiced]] by Creator/BenStiller, says this ''ad nauseum'', until Hank [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment washes his mouth out with soap]]. The episode's title? "That's What She Said", of course.
* One of Terry Gilliam's animated segments in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' contained a variant on this theme.
--> '''"Charles Fatless":''' Then let me have your puny, scrawny little body for just fifteen minutes a day!
--> '''Camp Gay Man:''' Mmmm, I've heard ''that'' one before, ducky! ''[Is punched squarely in the jaw]''
* Narrowly averted in ''Family Guy'':
-->'''Brian''': Insert rod suppot A into slot B.
-->'''Peter''': That's what she-
-->'''Brian''': If you say "That's what she said" one more time, I swear I'm gonna pop you.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' uses "Phrasing" as a variant.
-->'''Malory''': You wanna play me hard?
-->'''Archer''': Phrasing.
-->'''Malory''': Well, you'd better nut up.
-->'''Archer''': Phraaaasing.
-->'''Malory''': Because I've swallowed just as much as I can take from you!
-->'''Archer''': Hey! ''Phrasing''!
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--> ''All finished now. Please come again.''
--> *{{beat}}*
--> ''That's what she said!''

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