Digger, a caller on the Australian football radio show The Coodabeen Champions, had the Catch-Phrase "I never complain about umpires, but...", before immediately launching into a rant about how the umpires had "crucified" his team.
In one episode of I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, the wildly incomprehensible caricature of sports commentator Eddie Waring is speaking to a German with a mild accent.
In the surrealish sitcom At Home With The Hardys, Kit and Jeremy are having an argument.
Kit: Oh my god—you are such a hypochondriac!
Jeremy: I am not a hypochondriac, and stop shouting at me, you're making me ill!
Sandi Toksvig making jokes about Andy Hamilton's height on The News Quiz.
A recurring bit on Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, for instance:
Jeremy: But nothing alienates the young more than attempts by their elders to understand them. Isn't that right, kids?
In The Men from the Ministry General Assistance Department along with Mr. Crawley are planning on giving a petition about the poor quality of Ministry's bathrooms, and Mr. Crawley says that they have to stand up to Sir Gregory. After talking with him about it:
Mr. Crawley: I said we just have to stand up to him.
Lennox-Brown: You can come out from under the desk now.
Jim Backus' recorded comedy skit Dirty Old Man is about a happy-go-lucky squire who makes obscene phone calls to women he randomly picks from a phone book (actually, he has his servant Gwendolyn do the dialing). He turns the last names of the women he calls (Melanie Tate, Peggy Percy) into a bleeped-out play on words. When he gets to Peggy and starts his vulgar spiel, Peggy is more than ready for him:
Squire: Now don't run off, my dear. How would you like it if I came over and— Peggy: Oh, I'd love it! I'd just simply love it! But hurry while I'm still in the mood. I'm not a light switch, you know. (Squire quicky hangs up) Gwendolyn: Something wrong, sir? Squire: What the (sound effects) is the world coming to? She was a pervert!!