"There's no 'I' in 'team'!" Optional stock response: "But there's an 'm' and an 'e', and that spells me!" (Then there's the response from web series Red vs. Blue: "Yeah, and there's no U either. So if I'm not on the team and you're not on the team, there's nobody on the goddamned team! The team sucks!")
: There's no 'I' in team, House
House: There is a 'me', though...if you jumble it up a bit.
- This troper prefers, "Then why is there an 'I' in 'partnership?" He's never had the opportunity to use it though.
- In the 2012 Hungerian Grand Prix, as Kimi Raikkonen overtook his teammate Coulthard, one of the commentators, commented that there was no "I" in team and was then handed a piece of paper that said "but there's two in 'Kimi'."
- "But there is one in win. And victory. And triumph. And two in championship..."
- In The Dark Id's LP of Resident Evil 0:
Rebecca: "You can boss me around. There's no 'I' in 'team'."
Billy: "But there is an 'i' in 'Billy' and Billy says to get your feet moving or I am going to stop bossing you around and start bench pressing you!"
Marge: There's no "we" in "wedding"!
Homer: Yes they are. They're the first two letters.
Church: There's no "I" in team, Grif.
Grif: Yeah, there's no "U" either. So I guess if I'm not on the team, and you're not on the team, nobody's on the God damn team. The team sucks!