->''"It’s called the science of listener attention. We did repetition, we did floating opposites, and now you end with the one that’s not like the others."''
-->--'''Toby Ziegler''', ''Series/TheWestWing'', "Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail"

A dialogue trope where a character makes a list of items, groups or individuals and then deviates from the pattern established with the last one, sometimes the penultimate one. Usually PlayedForLaughs.

In literary criticism, this is called a syllepsis, or semantic zeugma.

Typically used for comedy, the last item is normally a focus of insult or ButtMonkey status. However it is possible to just delight in the subversion of the theme listing.

A SubTrope of NonSequitur.

A SuperTrope to:
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* AndADietCoke: When a BigEater orders lots of unhealthy food and just adds one small concession to health.
* AndTheRest: When several characters are deemed important enough to call them by name, except for a few unworthy others who are dismissed as the "rest".
* AndSomeOtherStuff: Summarizing ingredients, but keeping the last few a mystery.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: When crimes are summarized and the last one is the most innocent one.
** ArsonMurderAndAdmiration: Naming evil things, then mentioning some complimentary.
** ArsonMurderAndLifesaving: Naming evil things, then mentioning a good deed.
* BillBillJunkBill: Naming things you receive in the mail, whereupon the third thing is usually something different than the rest.
* BreadEggsMilkSquick: Naming nice, good things, save for the last one, which is horrible.
* CapsLockNumLockMissilesLock: The first few buttons have no drastic consequences when pushed, the last one does.
* FamousFamousFictional: Naming famous real life people or things, only to have the last one be of fictional origin.
* FlightStrengthHeart: When the last of the awesome powers given to superheroes sounds really lame in comparison.
* LadiesAndGerms: When one part of the audience is supposedly not a lady or a gentlemen.
* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Separating your friends from one individual.
* OddNameOut: When the last name mentioned in a group sounds really odd in comparison to the other members.
* TheRuntAtTheEnd: All individuals are similar, except for the last one.
* SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion: When a song has a refrain or line that contrasts with the tone set at the start of it.
* TheTriple: Two normal items followed by a non sequitur or humorous third item.
* WeirdAside: A strange line which contrasts with the topic of the conversation.
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!! Other examples:

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[[folder: Comic Books ]]

* The oaths of various Lantern Corps all have a ryhming scheme, save for the Orange Lanterns Corps's oath.
* One panel has several superheroes reacting to a warning of doom for them and anyone they've touched -- the rest worry about their female signifiant others; Batman worries about Robin. Of course, what makes it funny is the insinuation that the last one ''[[HoYay isn't]]'' really all that different....
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/{{Robin}}'' #10 (Jun 2012) has a subplot where a villain assembles a bunch of {{Mook}}s who have been permanently given [[CrossesTheLineTwice Hideously]] AmusingInjuries in their encounters with Batman: a guy with a footprint across his face from a kick, another guy who has permanent ligature marks from being strung up in the air a long time, a girl who got a Batarang stuck in her ear (and enhanced it with other piercings), the guy who tried to [[BoomerangComeback throw a Batarang back]] at Batman and got it stuck in his ''head''... oh, and the three guys who were knocked into a vat of toxic waste and fused into some kind of [[{{Squick}} gawdawful]] [[BodyHorror monstrosity]]. Wait, what?

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[[folder: Fan Works]]

* When Bella is describing the Cullens in ''Fanfic/{{Luminosity}}'':
-->''[N]ow I had identifications for all five: Emmett the bear, Jasper the lion, Rosalie the Aphrodite, Alice the pixie, and Edward, the one who expected something to happen with or to or near me that wasn't[.]''
* ''FanFic/TheImmortalGame'': When Twilight is performing a Sherlock-esque asskicking on [[TheDragon Esteem]] and his troops, she lists the special abilities of herself and her friends as she uses the bond granted by the Elements of Harmony to copy them: Unicorn power, mastery of pegasus martial arts, unnatural strength, instant translocation, skill with blade, [[CrazyAwesome whatever it is Pinkie Pie does]]...
* In TheDresdenFiles fic ''[[http://dresden-kink.dreamwidth.org/1288.html?thread=483848#cmt483848 A Bird in the Hand]]'', Ivy tells Billy's fortune:
--> '''Ivy:''' You’re stubborn, but smart enough to ask for aid and guidance when you are in over your head. And your car is about to be towed. They’re writing up the ticket now.
* In ''Fanfic/NerveDamage'' Shirou summons [[TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask Arturia Pendragon]], [[DarkMessiah Arturia 'Alter' Pendragon]], [[WomanInWhite Arturia 'Lily' Pendragon]] and.... [[MsFanservice Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus]]
* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/939623?view_full_work=true Officium Est Electionem]]'', [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Feferi]] invokes this when trying to distract an unwanted suitor.
-->''After fifteen minutes of his endless, self-centered prattling, Feferi finally shuts him up by launching into her longest speech at him since he arrived. She talks ceaselessly about reforms, the election, and the likelihood of rain tomorrow.''
* ''Fanfic/RedFireRedPlanet'': One of the protagonists asks the station computer to give the top five results from a list of 447 possible explanations it came up with for a tachyon burst.
--> '''ComputerVoice:''' Microsingularity interacting with gravity wave. Nadion inversion field. Cloaked starship entering normal space. Quantum flux--\\
'''[=OS2.=] Kybok:''' Repeat the third item.
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[[folder: Film ]]

* The Tagline to ''Film/AClockworkOrange'':
-->Being the adventures of a young man whose principal interests are rape, ultra-violence and Beethoven.
* ''{{Bionicle}}'':
--> '''Lewa''': But what will come out of this? Some claw-tooth monster? A new MaskOfPower? A Matoran marching band?
* Played with brilliant subtlety in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' when Peter Venkman introduces his team at the library:
--> '''Roger Delacorte:''' I'm Roger Delacorte. Are you the men from the university?
--> '''Dr. Peter Venkman:''' Yes, I'm Dr. Venkman, Dr. Stantz, Egon...
* ''AtlantisTheLostEmpire'':
-->Milo: What else have you got in there?
-->Vinny: Oh, you know: gunpowder, nitroglycerin, notepads, fuses, wicks, glue, paper clips (big ones). You know, just office supplies.
** Well, they're office supplies for him.
* In Film/TheThreeStooges short "Fight Night", Moe and Larry watch Shemp in a boxing match BehindTheBlack:
-->'''Moe:''' There goes Shemp with a left jab! There goes Shemp with a right uppercut! There goes Shemp with a haymaker! ''[OffscreenCrash]'' There goes Shemp...
* An unintentional one in ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace,'' though not at the end of the list.
--> We once laughed at the horseless carriage, the aeroplane, the telephone, the electric light, VITAMINS, radio, and even television!
* In ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', Andy reads out the names of some of his porno tapes, such as ''HairyTwatter''.
-->'''Dave''': And this is...''EverybodyLovesRaymond''. You know, that's not supposed to be in there. It's just a good show.
* In ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', King Candy is the last character shown in ''Sugar Rush'' and his design, name and age are noticeably different than the rest of the characters in the game. [[spoiler: There is a reason for this.]]
* ''Film/{{Predators}}'' is a movie about incredibly dangerous people being brought into an extra-terrestrial game preserve on another world. This vicious band of misfits is comprised of a former black ops mercenary, an IDF sniper, a drug cartel enforcer, Spetsnaz commando, a convicted murderer/rapist, a death squad leader, a Yakuza mafioso... and a nerdy, bespectacled doctor. [[spoiler: Guess who's the most cold-blooded killer of them all.]]
* In ''TheNakedGun'', Frank, trying to break Jane's sensory-induced hypnosis, says "Jane, since I've met you, I've noticed things that I never knew were there before... birds singing, dew glistening on a newly formed leaf....stoplights."
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[[folder: Literature ]]

* One of the sections of ''Literature/GulliversTravels'' is titled "A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi, Luggnagg, Glubbdubdrib, and Japan." Admittedly, at that time Japan was almost completely closed off to foreigners and thus almost as fantastic as said other countries.
* The ''DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'' short story "Walkin' City Blues" by Joffy Brown has the Doctor describing a FemmeFatale's "glamour implants" to his companion "A subtle combination of exotic pheromones, AI wetware wit-routines, genetically-enlarged pupils, and a spray-on tan."
* In ''Demon Haunted World'', CarlSagan laments how people often choose pseudoscience over science when [[TheWorldIsJustAwesome science discovers so many more cool things]]: UsefulNotes/QuantumPhysics! The building blocks of life floating in space! Colliding continents! ''Ancient Syrian beer advertisements!''
* ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'':
--> The coffee shops were doing a brisk business, and street musicians filled the air with the sounds of guitar, lyre, panpipes, and armpit noises.
* In [[Creator/BrandonSanderson Brandon Sanderson's]] short story ''I Hate Dragons'', Skip is trying to explain the pain that his [[MediumAwareness ability to hear the spelling of words]]brings him.
-->'''Skip:''' Why, just today, I’ve heard the word dragon spelled ‘dragoon,’ ‘daragon,’ ‘dragen,’ ‘deragin,’ and ‘blarsnaf.’\\
'''Sorceress:'''[[LampshadeHanging Er . . . ‘blarsnaf’?]]\\
'''Skip:''' That was from Pug the cook. He speaks Lukarvian, but the word should actually be spelled ‘blarsnef’ in his language.
** Also, Skip's three magical powers: hearing spelling, hearing punctuation, and smelling so delicious to dragons that they go crazy with the desire to eat him.
* ''Literature/DaveBarrySleptHere'' states that, at the time of the Suez Crisis, major international crises were also happening in "Hungary, Poland, Lebanon, and the quiz-show industry."
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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

* On ''{{QI}}'', Alan is always treated as the ButtMonkey of the group and there are several running gags to this effect. For instance each episode has a theme for the buzzers and then Alan will always reveal his one last as something comedically different e.g. the first three together are sections of the Westminster Chimes and his is a cuckoo clock; the first three get a cow bell, a bicycle bell, a tea bell and then Alan gets Leslie Phillips going "[[CatchPhrase Ding Dong!]]". They also are often introduced with some extraordinary adjective or other theme and then a similar twist for Alan e.g.
-->'''Stephen''' (''introducing the panel as "four people who look a bit like other people"''): Please welcome Tony Blair (Rory Bremner)... Tommy Cooper (Phill Jupitus)... Ruby Wax (Ronni Ancona)... and... Alan Davies.
* On ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' the Solomons try persuading an alien why he should spare humanity
--> '''Dick:''' You are missing the real earth, like the happiness in a child's eye, when a loving parent tucks him in at night.
--> '''Sally:''' Or the wonder of two young lovers as they stroll down the beach, dreaming of what is yet to be.
--> '''Tommy:''' Or the quiet contentment of a couple in their autumn years as they sit and reflect on a life well spent together.
--> '''Harry:''' Or hookers ({{Beat}}) Cheap painted hookers.
* ''Series/TheDailyShow''
** In October 7, 2008, while analyzing the "stupid" vote, John Oliver broke it down into twelve sections: paste eaters, numbskulls, nitwits, fucktards, people whose hands get stuck in pickle jars when they eat pickles, people who lose arguments to babies, douchenozzles, tiger petters, people who jump up and down on frozen lakes, shaved gorillas who've somehow managed to acquire a driver's license, the voluntarily lobotomized, and [[TakeThat Cubs fans]].
** In their commentaries on the television news media, they'll often show the news media's hive-mind collective latches onto a particular key-word or -phrase and repeats it incessantly by means of a montage. They'll show sometimes upward of a dozen clips of different news anchors, reporters, and pundits repeating the same catch-phrase about an item, then end it with one of the talking heads saying something ... really bizarre, though still on-topic.
** Jon Stewart demonstrated some pre-made protest signs for his Rally to Restore Sanity, including, [[GodwinsLaw "I Disagree With You, but I'm Pretty Sure You're Not Hitler"]], "Got Competence?", "9/11 Was an Outside Job!" and "Legalize Pot".
--->'''Jon''': I don't know how that last one got in there, we didn't write it. I think this is what happens when signs breed.
* From ''Series/CovertAffairs'':
** After losing a lot of money at craps, intentionally [[spoiler: And, ironically enough, almost failing to do so as she suddenly won 30.000 dollars betting on snake eyes; Auggie's astonished expression is gold]], Annie is talking to the woman they're hoping will try to turn her:
-->'''Annie''': My sister's husband lost his job a couple of months ago, so they... they burnt through all their savings, I don't have anything, I don't have anyone to go to... *increasingly emotionally* I'm totally screwed, God! And if I can't leave the country, I'll probably lose my job, -- I mean I have to tell them why I can't come back, ''and my TOOTH hurts!''
* From ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'':
-->'''Rajesh Koothrapali''': Doctor Gablehauser.
-->'''Eric Gablehauser''': Doctor Koothrapali.
-->'''Leonard Hofstadter''': Doctor Gablehauser.
-->'''Eric Gablehauser''': Doctor Hofstadter.
-->'''Sheldon Cooper''': Doctor Gablehauser.
-->'''Eric Gablehauser''': Doctor Cooper.
-->'''Howard Wolowitz''': Doctor Gablehouser.
-->'''Eric Gablehauser''': ''[[RunningGag Mister]]'' Wolowitz.
* One ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode had JustForFun/JohnMunch give a ''strange'' set of statements, "Yeah, and I want the troops home, the Kyoto Protocol signed, and a Tijuana oil job from Miss February." to a high school girl. He might have been playing up some ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne to the "old" part of being called a DirtyOldMan.
* ''TheGoldenGirls'', "The End of the Curse". Dorothy insists that the minks have to go. Rose counters:
-->'''Rose''': We are not giving away Fluffy, Muffy, Buffy, and Joanne.
-->'''Dorothy''': Rose, they are non-breeding minks who eat their weight in food every day—Joanne?
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'': This conversation about Angel's SoulJar:
-->'''Willow:''' There's lots of jars in the world -- can't shatter them all. I mean, you could, but good things come in jars. Peanut butter, jelly, those two-headed fetal pigs at the natural history museum. (Wes doesn't respond) Come on, everybody loves fetal pigs.
* ''Series/SesameStreet'' is the {{Trope Namer|s}} (One of these things is not like the other) from a routine on similarity and difference, where, for example, they'd show three different breeds of cats, and a dog.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': Dr. Cox often makes long lists of things he dislikes or doesn't care about, and usually ends with, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlMWVwAHll0 and Hugh Jackman]]."
* Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus: They loved this trope. Many sketches feature odd lines or characters that come across as being totally out of place.
** For instance, in the sketch where German and Greek philosophers play a game of soccer the German team also has Franz Beckenbauer playing along, who wasn't a philosopher but a famous soccer player. The commentator notes: "A bit of a surprise there".

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[[folder: Music ]]

* "The Genius Next Door" by ReginaSpektor:
--> In the morning the film crews start arriving
--> With donuts, coffee and reporters
* "We Are the World" (the original one from the 1980s, not the remake made in light of the earthquake in Haiti) had an all-cast of musicians...and Creator/DanAykroyd.
* "Major Denial" by Bowling for Soup:
--> Would you like to hang around and get to know me?
--> Tell me things you'd like to show me?
--> Tie me up like I'm a pony?
* The 1812 Overture list of instruments seems fairly ordinary until you get to the percussion section:
--> Timpani, a bass drum, a snare drum, cymbals, a tambourine, a triangle, a carillon and a cannon.

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[[folder: News Broadcast ]]
* Australia's ''Today Tonight'' ran a story in early 2007 about a man who was, quote, "an armed robber, drug traffiker, and shonky builder."
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Pinball ]]

* Bigfoot's cave in ''Pinball/WhiteWater'' houses five items, discovered in this order:
--> "Hey, a flashlight!"\\
"Hey, a map!"\\
"Hey, a key!"\\
"Hey, a camera!"\\
"Hey, a... [[EverythingsBetterWithCows COW?!]]"

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[[folder: Theatre ]]

* CyranoDeBergerac: After Cyrano [[SwordFight wounds Viscount De Valvert]] [[ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask while singing a ballade in his honour]], Burgundy Theater's public comments about the duel:
--> ''(Acclamations. Applause in the boxes. Flowers and handkerchiefs are thrown down. The officers surround Cyrano, congratulating him. Ragueneau dances for joy. Le Bret is happy, but anxious. The viscount's friends hold him up and bear him away.)''
--> '''The Crowd''' ''(with one long shout):'' Ah! \\
'''A Trooper:''' Tis superb!
--> '''A woman:''' A pretty stroke! \\
'''Raguenau:''' A marvel!
--> '''A Marquis:''' A novelty!
--> '''Le Bret:''' O madman!
* In the opening scene of ''Theatre/TheMostHappyFella'', Cleo describes what her customer left on her table:
-->"Seven million crumbs and a gravy spot,\\
Teaspoon stuck in the mustard pot,\\
Napkin on the floor,\\
Ashes in the cup\\
And--''one Canadian dime!''"

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Video Games ]]

* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' is a quest which has players delivering a package containing compressed blasting powder, a tempered mithril bomb casing, and some safety goggles. If you don't understand why this qualifies, then you don't know [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins]]. They are fans of StuffBlowingUp, but are not very big on safety.
* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' both do this when introducing the characters and their classes. In the first game we have Mordecai as The Hunter, Lilith as the Siren, Roland as The Soldier and Brick as Himself. The next game does Axton as The Commando, Maya as The Siren, Salvador as The Gunzerker and Zero as A Number.
* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' ''[[DownloadableContent Citadel]]'', there's this little gem in the casino.
-->'''Jonah Ashland:''' "Look at them down there. Twenty years ago you'd have never seen a shindig like this. Humans and turians together like it's nothing. Council species all concerned about the fate of batarians... [[BoldlyComing Everybody trying to have sex]] [[BlueSkinnedSpaceBabe with the asari]]..."
-->'''Shepard:''' "That's not new."
-->'''Jonah Ashland:''' "Just seeing if you were awake."
** When questioned why GirlyGirl [[HotScoop Diana Allers]] was choosen to host the military sponsored war-program ''Battlespace'' she has this to say:
-->"Girly sells, Commander. It was focus-grouped. [[OneGenderRace Asari]] identifies more with a female host, [[TheGreys Salarians]] enjoy higher pitched voices and [[ProudWarriorRace Turians]] don't care either way, being war nerds that enjoy any and all military programs and who sends the creepiest fan-mails."
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Webcomics ]]

* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': The tapestries displaying the elemental symbols of the four kids hanging in the white castle read thus:
-->They wait for he who would extinguish candles whilst fanning a fire.
-->They wait for she who would thaw solid flesh and resolve it into a dew.
-->They wait for she who would breed lilacs out of the dead land.
-->They wait for he who would [[SnoopDogg drop it like it's hot whilst the pimp's in the crib]].
* ''Webcomic/RealLifeComics'' extrapolates the generational evolution of electronic technology in popular music [[http://www.reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-2645 here.]] Counts as a FamousFamousFictional, among other things.
* ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' [[http://xkcd.com/1148/ listed all the fluids in a human body]], ending with gin. Although, since it's riffing on a famous WinstonChurchill speech, gin should probably be higher on the list.
* ''Webcomic/TheDailyDerp'': [[http://dailyderp.tumblr.com/post/39939626637/derpy-and-winter-break-is-over-some-may-not-like "Best wishes for all of you in college/work/mars"]]
* The Website/PlatypusComix Tenth Anniversary Ensemble (see that page's image) features plenty of characters who've appeared in different comics over the years...plus [[Comicstrip/{{Garfield}} Lyman]], who never appeared in those comics.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Web Original ]]

* [[VideoGame/MegaMan Wily Shorts]]:
--> Top Man: I want to be in the Indy 500!
--> Quick Man: I want to break the sound barrier!
--> Turbo Man: I just want to sit at home and eat chips.
* ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'' loves to do these these in the animation. In the ''LANoire'' review, there is a mention of the main character "hopping around between four different police departments", which is illustrated with four doors marked Traffic, Homicide, Vice and Biscuits.
* In ''WebAnimation/BonusStage'', the last of the {{Cool And Unusual Punishment}}s that Joel gets to choose from when going to hell is eating {{Satan}}'s mom's spaghetti, when the first two were related to watching something 24/7.
* ''WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded: Mortal Kombat'' has the free-for-all confrontation between Liu Kang, Scorpion, Shang Tsung, and ... a guy with a gun.
* In the fifth episode of ''AnyoneButMe'', Jonathan, Vivian and Sophie are all late to class. Their reactions?
-->''(bell rings)''\\
'''Jonathan''': Fuck!\\
'''Vivian''': Shit!\\
'''Sophie''': ''Aw.''
* This quote from [[http://shitmystudentswrite.tumblr.com/ Shit My Students Write]]
-->Napoleon a great leader had three main keys to his success as a leader, the terror he brought, his military, and he was a go getter.
* From Website/{{Cracked}}:
** "Martha Stewart, for that two percent of Cracked readers who don't know, is a media mogul known for her cooking, gardening, etiquette, arts & crafts and pure evilness."
** From "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-common-movie-arguments-that-are-always-wrong 6 common movie arguments that are always wrong]]", we face a turn from the classical to popcultural:
--->-There's really only so many basic stories that can exist. The main character is trying to get somewhere (the Odyssey), get something (the legend of the Golden Fleece), win someone's heart (the Iliad), get revenge (Cain and Abel) or save the world (Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure).
* The Onion published a list of [[http://www.theonion.com/articles/those-we-lost-in-2011,26896/ those we lost in 2011]]. Unless you have a particular hatred for the author of Family Circus, this trope is in full effect, [[DontExplainTheJoke since boring cartoons are not akin to mass murder]].
* The news aggregator website Drew Curtis' Fark.com allows viewers to submit news articles for discussion with new, (hopefully humorous), headlines, many of which follow this trope.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m-e4PgiVfM This]] video explaining {{Tumblr}} when it gets on the videos:
--> "Do you upload videos? Great! Just make sure you upload them to YouTube, Daily Motion or [[TheInternetIsForPorn xvideos.com]] first, because the Tumblr player is [[RepetitiveAudioGlitch absolutely terr— s absolutely terr— s absolutely terr— ible-ible-ible-ible! Absolutely terr—]]"
* The ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' cartoon "Why Come Only One Girl?" has a montage of scenes towards the end showing what might happen if any of the planned female characters were ever put in a cartoon. Cue Strong Bad...
--> --'''Strong Bad''': ...my style. ''(gets slapped, cut)'' ...my types. ''(gets slapped, cut)'' ...my stuff. ''(gets slapped, cut)'' ...The Cheat. ''(gets slapped, cut)''
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' "Bart Gets An Elephant", Lisa asks someone if they're an ivory dealer, with the reply "Well, little girl, I've had lots of jobs in my day: whale-hunter, seal-clubber, [[BitingTheHandHumor president of the Fox network..."]]
** In the "Treehouse of Horror IV" segment ''The Devil and Homer Simpson'' when Satan brings out his jury, ending with Richard Nixon, Nixon objects that he's not dead yet.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' in "A Head in the Polls":
-->'''Morbo:''' "I now present: puny human #1, puny human #2, and Morbo's good friend [[PresidentEvil Richard Nixon]]."
** From the pilot:
--->'''Professor Farmsworth:''' Let me show you around. That's my lab table, and this is my work stool, and over there is my [[CoolSpaceShip intergalactic spaceship]], and here's where I keep assorted lengths of wire.
* The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Secret Society" had this:
-->'''Gorrila Grodd:''' [We are not in it for the money] Sinestro has a blood oath against all Green Lanterns, Parasite simply hates Superman, Giganta is totally devoted to me.
-->'''The Shade:''' And the other one?
-->'''Gorrila Grodd:''' Killer Frost? She just likes to kill things.
* The ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' episode "Hobo 13" features Zim requesting extra ordnance from his leaders, The Tallest. His malfunctioning robot GIR adds a few items to the list, managing to combine ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and BreadEggsMilkSquick
-->'''Tallest Purple''': Plasmaran battle tanks, maim bots, death-wave cannons... [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking A sack of taquitos?]]
-->'''Zim''': Just a few supplies I need to complete my mission.
-->'''[[CloudCuckooLander Gir]]''': You get my taquitos yet... Taquitos! [[BreadEggsMilkSquick And a clown with no head.]]

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