->''"How rebellious!... In a conformist sort of way."''
-->-- '''Lisa Simpson''', ''TheSimpsons''

->''"Can't hassle ''us'', pig! [[PokeThePoodle We're going the speed limit!]]"''
-->-- '''Homer Simpson''', ''TheSimpsons''

-> '''Candace:''' Hey mom, can I get a pink streak in my hair?
-> '''Linda:''' Why would you do that?
-> '''Candace:''' To express my individuality! Everyone's doing it!
-->-- ''PhineasAndFerb''

->'''Calvin''': Mom, can I have some money to buy a [[TheNewRockAndRoll satan-worshiping, suicide-advocating heavy metal]] album?\\
'''Calvin's Mom''': Calvin, the fact that these bands haven't killed themselves in ritual self-sacrifice shows that they're [[MoneyDearBoy just in it for the money like everyone else]]. It's all for effect. If you want to shock and provoke, be sincere about it.\\
'''Calvin''': [[TheManIsStickingItToTheMan Mainstream commercial nihilism]] can't be trusted?!
-->-- ''CalvinAndHobbes'', [[http://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes/1992/03/18 18 Mar 1992]].

->''"I hate comedians that are like, "Fucking strap in, motherfuckers, cause I'm about to get really dangerous!" and then the next thing they always say is, "The fucking [[FauxHorrific food on airplanes]] is '''bullshit'''!" There is nothing safer than a comedian who tells you he's dangerous."''
-->-- '''PattonOswalt'''

->''"And the musicians today who don't do drugs and, in fact, speak out ''against'' drugs? ''Boy'' do they suck! Ball-less, soulless, spiritless, corporate little bitches..."''
-->--Creator/BillHicks, ''Relentless''

->''"Besides...what little girl (or grown-up woman) back in 1976 took ''Series/CharliesAngels'' as a stealth feminist manifesto? I see that observation often when I read reviews and TV histories that mention the show (just listen to those unintentionally hilarious interviews with headcase DrewBarrymore, when she was flogging those dreadful [[Film/CharliesAngels movie versions of the show]]). However, I can't help but feel those generalizations are coming from writers and pundits who really ''need Charlie's Angels'' to be about what they want it to be about, extrapolating out nice-sounding, "important" theories for their political agendas, rather than acknowledging how ''Charlie's Angels'' actually plays: as pretty but disposable rot. Anyway...aren't most women too smart to take this kind of fantasy seriously? ''Charlie's Angels'' was a guys show first and last, despite protestations to the contrary, [[TheyFightCrime a standard detective series]] given a new twist by featuring not one, not two, but three hot babes with the-then novel approach of putting as much of their skin on display as possible, just for the sheer sake of such exhibition."''
-->--'''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/63930/charlies-angels-season-1/ Paul Mavis]]'''

->''"Nothing says rebellion like a generic, store-bought green mohawk. No, really!"''