This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!
aka: This Is A Sentence Bitch

Buffy: What are you doing here? Five words or less.
Spike: [counting them off on his fingers] Out. For. A. Walk. [realizes he still has the thumb] Bitch.

It's basically ending a sentence with a comma and "Bitch!", as a way of someone verbally making an exclamation point in dialog.

It did get overused, so now it's a Discredited Trope. You're as likely as not to see it thrown in a sentence just to be funny, even though there is no other reason to emphasize a point this way. Bitch.

Since talking this way is inherently humorous, actual dramatic scenes are more likely to use "son of a bitch" (if the target is male) or some other insult (if the target is female) instead. For instance, "motherfucker" is a common alternative.

This can overlap with Quote Swear Unquote, Obligatory Swearing.

Compare (but would not overlap with) Verbal Tic, Precision F-Strike.

In-Universe Examples Only, Bitch!

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    Anime & Manga, Meinu! 

    Comedy, Bitch! 
  • Inverted by David Cross, on Bigger and Blackerer: He details a game to play with friends at a restaurant. When talking to the waitress, make the first thing you say be "Yeah, bitch," But in as low-key a manner as possible. Then, be as polite as possible when making your order. The object is to make it so that the waitress won't be sure you called her 'bitch', but would feel uncomfortable asking such a polite person if he did.
  • Daniel Tosh provides a milder example that involves working the phrase "Suck It" into everyday conversation:
    Daniel Tosh: By the way, if you ever have a job where you have to give speeches in front of people, pepper in the phrase "suck it." Very empowering. Just be like "As you can see from our Powerpoint presentation suck it..." And your clients will be like, "Did he... did he... did he say suck it? I like this guy... he's a go-getter."
  • Retta does this opera-style.

    Comic Books, Bitch! 
  • From DC, Donna Troy is fighting an alternate-version of herself. When asked who she is, she punches that version in the head and says:
    Donna Troy": I'm Donna Troy, bitch. Donna. Troy.
  • Scott Pilgrim and the Infinite Sadness had the vegan police announce Todd Ingram had eaten "Gelato, bitch!" The movie puts its own spin on it.
    Todd: Gelato isn't vegan?
    Vegan policeman: It's milk and eggs, bitch.
  • Amanda Conner when she beats up Harley and Catwoman in a fourth wall breaking moment in Harley Quinn #0:
    Amanda Conner: I'm Amanda Conner, bitches!
  • Hank Pym, when Reed Richards claims to know more about Pym Particles than he does.
    Hank Pym: Doctor Richards?
    Reed Richards: Hank?
    Hank Pym: It's on, bitch.

    Fan Works, Bitch! 

    Films — Live-Action, Bitch! 

    Literature, Bitch! 
  • Not even The Bible is inmune to this. When King Saul flips out at his son Jonathan for supporting David, he made this trope Older Than Feudalism:
    "You son of a perverse, rebellious woman! I know that you side with the son of Jesse—to your shame, and to the shame of your mother's nakedness!"
  • Gloriously used in The Dresden Files when Elaine Mallory blows up the entire front side of a hotel in vengeance against a despair-feeding vampire.
    Elaine: Who's useless now, bitch?
    • Also used when Harry kills a Ursiel-assisted Genoskwa by luring them into a field of massive ice blocks slamming into each other at high speed.
    Harry: Parkour. [Beat] Bitch.
  • In the Pretty Little Liars series, whenever A sends the girls a message, they always end it with "Bitches". This also carries over into the television series.
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has Molly Weasley dueling Bellatrix Lestrange in order to protect Ginny, saying:

    Live-Action TV, Bitch! 
  • Will & Grace after Karen gets Nathan a better birthday gift than Grace, his girlfriend, Grace literally gets in Karen's face and repeatedly says "I'm going to...kick...your...ass."
  • Breaking Bad takes this to an extreme with Jesse Pinkman. "Bitch" is his catchphrase.
    Walt: Say, "This is my own private domicile and I will not be harassed."
    Jesse: This is my own private domicile and I will not be harassed. [Beat] Bitch.
    "Yo...Gatorade me, bitch."
    • Even MAD made fun of this.
    • As described by Honest Trailers, Jesse is "a Juggalo without the makeup who prefers the formal term for female dog."
    • Aaron Paul, who played Jesse, now finds that strangers want him to call them a bitch.
    • The series' own alternate ending even made fun of this.
    Hal: He would use the b-word a lot. He'd say "Yo, b-word! Yay, science, b-word!"
  • Smallville
    Lois Lane (to Maxima) Bring It, bitch.
  • Nevermind The Buzzcocks
    Simon: It's an inaccurate fact, I did some research. There are now almost 10 million bicycles in Beijing... bitch.
  • "I'm Rick James, Bitch!" from Chappelle's Show, and a lot of Chappelle's jokes in general. He uses this to great effect, and may have lead to a recent upswing in the use of this trope.
  • The O.C.
    • "Welcome to The OC, bitch!" (this phrase alone is one of the reasons the trope became over-used in modern television)
    • Frequently parodied with "Welcome to the O.Z., bitch!" when referencing Tin Man.
    • Also parodied in Gilmore Girls. "Welcome to the S.H, bitch."
  • Friends, in one episode Chandler states that when Joey engages in male bonding he has a tendency to call everyone "bitch" to which Joey replies with "what are you talking about, bitch?"
  • In Angel's "Smile Time" episode, from one muppet to another: "I'm gonna tear you a new puppet hole, bitch!"
  • The Colbert Report: "It's French, bitch!"
  • The Middle Man: "Muscle memory, bitch!"
  • The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon
    • Stephen Colbert's warm welcome to Jimmy on his first show: "Welcome to 11:30, bitch!"
  • Jersey Shore: In the first episode of Season 1 and subsequently, the current opening: Snooki says "I'm going to Jersey Shore, bitch!
  • Greek: "I don't even like Cosmos, bitch!"
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia uses this frequently.
  • The Big Bang Theory: Sheldon in The Bat Jar Conjecture: "In other words, it's on...bitch." Badassitude abounds.
  • Glee: Brittany uses Britney Spears' line "It's Brittany, bitch" a couple times. Her saying that line or doing one of her magical turns usually makes the music start playing.
  • In Space Mutiny, Big Bad Kalgan has some such line, to which Mike Nelson adds "Bitch."
  • From Michael to Dwight on The Office (US): "Hug it out, bitch."
  • On Saturday Night Live, any conversation Tracy Morgan holds with Lorne Michaels is likely to end with the former demanding, "Get me a soda, bitch!"
  • Dave, a contestant on season one of reality cooking show Top Chef, reached the height of reality TV popularity after telling another contestant Tiffani "I'm not your bitch, bitch!" in response to endless haranguing by the latter.
  • X-Play:
    • Morgan Webb's tagline on a commercial about her visiting conventions in Japan: "Konichiwa, bitches."
    • X-Play's coverage of G-Phoria one year featured Ratty sneaking into the awards by jumping off a nearby building. This action was accompanied by "Geronimo, bitches!"
  • How I Met Your Mother:
    • "I'm cuddly, bitch!"
    • Also, Ted re: shots "I drank all five, bitch!"
    • Another from Ted when he wanted to comfort Robin and she didn't want any...
      Robin: Well, then, you're fired.
      Ted: You can't fire me. I'm union, bitch!
    • As well as Lily's "You just made the list, bitch!"
    • How about Barney speaking French? "Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes. Translation? Cos I got game, bitches!"
      • That doesn't quite mean what he wanted. "Chiennes" literally means "female dogs." If he wanted "bitches" in the slang sense, he should have used "salopes" or "garces" depending on personal preference.
  • Wanda Syke's "I'ma Be Me" had her saying "Yeaaah... Obama, bitch!"
  • Modern Family: "See, we're all going to get past this and be friends again, and this was all set up by me, Mitchell, who is not a mummy's boy but is instead a insightful and considerate person, so make a note bitches!" in episode 4.
  • From a sketch/interview on The Soup where Zachary Quinto kicks Joel McHale: "Who's Sylar now, bitch?"
    ''chk chk!'' Put the mimosas down, bitch!
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
    • This bit with Buffy and Spike when he's outside Buffy's house:
      Buffy: What are you doing here? Five words or less.
      Spike: [visibly counting on his fingers] Out... for... a... walk... [beat] bitch.
    • Another later example with Warren:
      Warren: [hits Buffy] Say "goodnight", bitch!
      Buffy: [hits him back and knocks him down] "Goodnight, bitch!"
    • However it's played for drama when Buffy is possessed by a ghost reenacting the Murder-Suicide of his lover.
      James: (1955) [aiming a pistol] Don't walk away from me—
      [smash cut to...]
      Buffy: (1998) [also aiming pistol] —BITCH!
  • In The Wire, "You happy now, bitch?" is Bunk Moreland's catchphrase.
  • In 2 Broke Girls, when the diner is held up by a robber in a suit, Han, in a rare badass moment for him, pulls a gun on the robber, delivering one of these.
    Han: You're in MY house now, Bitch!
  • That's Just Me: Elizabeth once disguised herself as Amelia and walked into Amelia's house yelling: "I'm your worst nightmare! I'm a motherfucking crossdressing lesbian Jew, BITCH!!". However, is most versions of this episode, the line is censored, changing it into: "I'm your worst nightmare, because I'm a crossdressing tomboy, man!"
    • Okay, so they'll censor that, but NOT any of the characters' foul mouths, all of the fanservice/nudity scenes, OR any of the mental illness jokes?
    • They also joke a lot about suicide, even though the main character almost committed it in an earlier episode.
    • Perhaps they censored it because Elizabeth ISN'T religious? The episode was called 'I Don't Wanna Cut My Hair! What Happens When Elizabeth Crossdresses' and it was in the 6th season.
  • From Spartacus: War of the Damned, when warrior-woman Saxa is confronted by two large gladiators who want to kill some prisoners entrusted to her by Gannicus...
    Donar: "I do not see Gannicus among you. No cause to heed his bitch." *Attacks. Ends up with Saxa's knife at his throat and his buddy on the ground.*
    Saxa: "I give cause, bitch."
  • In season 1 of Top Chef, Dave told Tiffany after Restaurant Wars "I'm not your bitch, bitch!"
  • Will and Grace, "Accept the things you cannot change, bitch!"
  • Hawaii Five-0, in a conversation between Danno and Steve on Ms. Pac-Man.
    Steve: You ever make it to Double-Pretzel level?
    Danno: Triple-Banana, bitch.
  • In a Dollhouse episode where Echo is working as backup singer for a pop star, she tells her boss, "Bitch, you can fire me, but don't think you can take me."
  • Pretty Little Liars is brimming with this trope. A is the biggest fan, always calling the girls bitches in their threats.
    A: I'm still here, bitches, and I know everything.
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Edward Norton says this line in the fake movie trailer for Infrastructure:
    Edward Norton: I'm ordering uniaxial tests of the slab transverse to the deck corrugations with additional reinforcement and tension tests of the support fastener connections between the deck and the girders... bitch!
  • On The 100, Octavia is the first person from the Ark to set foot on the ground, and she celebrates the moment by shouting, "We're back, bitches!"
  • Liz's crowning moment of awesome on Roswell "Get up, bitch!"
  • Supernatural Mark of Cain Dean before getting the upper hand on a vampire: "Look at me... Look at me, bitch!"
  • On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., after Fitz rigs a system to keep Gordon from teleporting away:
    Gordon: I'm trapped in here! That's not possible! What did you do?
    Fitz: Science, biatch.
  • Person of Interest. Control is interrogating a soccer mum she's snatched off the street, accusing her of being The Handler for several moles in her organisation. Eventually the woman drops her facade of terrified innocence by snarling, "You have no idea what's coming for you, bitch."
  • On Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Detective Charles Boyle delivers this when he presents the best pie in New York, with an apology afterward.
    Boyle: You just got taken to pie school, bitches! Sorry I said bitches, I'm just really worked up!

    Music, Bitch! 
  • Too $hort. "BIIIIIITCH!" is his Catch-Phrase.
  • "Konichiwa, Bitches" by Robyn.
  • It's Britney, bitch. You better work, bitch.
  • Prominent lyric in Kasabian's "Shoot the Runner": "I'm a king and she's my queen, bitch!"
  • Julie Brown's "Girl Fight Tonight!": "'Cause I'm a lover and a fighter, bitch!"
  • "I'm on a boat, bitch!"
  • In Linkin Park's "No Laundry": "I ain't gonna do no laundry, BITCH!"
  • In Megadeth's "In My Darkest Hour": "You just laughed, "haha", bitch."
  • In Tori Amos' "The Waitress": "I believe in peace, bitch!"
  • Emilie Autumn to a rude concertgoer: "You're in MY house now, bitch!"
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers: "Look Around"; Hustle Me, Bitch.
  • Drake in Forever: "Everyone who doubted me is asking for forgiveness | If you ain't been a part of it, at least you got to witness, bitches!
  • From the "Black and Yellow" parody "Black and Jewish": "L'chaim, bitch!"
  • "You are now now rocking with Will.I.Am and Britney, Bitch!"
  • "Song for the Dumped" by Ben Folds Five: "Give me my money back, give me my money back, you bitch!"
  • From the chorus for Ratt's "Scene of the Crime", which is sung seven times:
    "Cold blooded bitch going out on me."
  • Saint Pepsi's Have Faith:
    (Soda Can Opens) It's Saint Pepsi, bitch!
  • Childish Gambino's "Bonfire" ends with one. His facial expression in the live version really sells it.
  • Eminem loves this, as one would expect, and puts it to especially great use in "Berzerk":
    "Let's bring it back to that vintage Slim, bitch!
    The art of emceeing, mixed with da Vinci and MC Ren,
    And I don't mean Stimpy's friend, bitch!
    Been Public Enemy since you thought PE was gym, bitch!"
  • Fall Out Boy: In Rat A Tat: It's Courtney, bitch!
  • Miley Cyrus invokes a "cluster B bomb" of this in her Bangerz track, "Do My Thang":
    "Bang bitch
    You think I'm strange bitch
    It's bananas like a fucking 'rangatang bitch
    Don't worry 'bout me
    I got it all arranged bitch
    Mind your business, stay in your lane bitch"
  • Disturbing Tha Peace bellows out this in gradual succession in the chorus of, well, "Move Bitch".
  • Bring Me the Horizon has one at the end of "For Stevie Wonder's Eyes Only": "For I am Death... bitch!"
  • Charlie Daniels's "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" concludes with the immortal line: "I done told you once, you son of a bitch, I'm the best that's ever been!"
  • "Right Back At It Again" by A Day to Remember: "Don't wanna hear about it...biiiiiiiiitch!"

    Pro Wrestling, Bitch! 

    Radio, Bitch! 
  • The WNYC program Radio Lab episode Choice(501) contained an instance of this, subverting the line tagged onto the end of many radio broadcast introductions. "Stay with us...bitches."
  • "BIIIIIIIIITCH!" is the calling card of Mike Clark, of WRIF-Detroit's drive-time radio show Drew and Mike in the Morning. Callers to the show frequently request Mike "send out a BIIIIIIITCH to the folks working at (insert company name here)."
  • One of Detroit radio personalities Dave & Chuck the Freak's catch phrases is "It's Friday, Bitches!" Actually, it's more than just a catch phrase - there's a short rap song with the title that was made just for them (which is played on the Friday shows, naturally), merchandise featuring the phrase, and even an annual event called the Friday Bitches Bash.

    Video Games, Bitch! 
  • Resistance: "I'm James Grayson, bitches!"
  • No More Heroes has quite the handful.
    • "So what you're tellin' me is that I gotta continue fighting. There's no way out of this. You set me up, bitch!"
    • "That's fucked up. That's the stupidest rule I've ever heard! This guy's mine and you just want me to let him go?! Bitch!"
    • "You are the 3rd ranked assassin, bitch?"
  • The tagline for Bungie's April Fools joke game Pimps at Sea was "Arrrrrh, bitch!"
  • Quoth Heather from Silent Hill 3: "Shut your stinking mouth, BITCH!".
  • Grand Theft Auto: "Welcome to the Land of Freedom, Bitches! AHHHHHHHHH!"
    • "I ain't nobody's "ass technician", bitch!" - OG Loc
  • Makai Kingdom: "Who's the overlord now, bitch?"
  • True Crime: Streets of L.A.. uses this liberally, but I guess the greatest example is when Nick Kang, the protagonist, finishes off the crime lord who had his father killed over a money laundering scheme. While this could be a bit of a solemn moment, as he watches his father's killer burn to death in a plane crash, he follows it up by saying: "Try Laundering THAT, bitch!"
  • Duke Nukem: Duke, despite his extreme womanizing, is a Chivalrous Pervert who never insults the objects of his desire. When you hear him confront the female monster Alien Queen and bellow, "I'm gonna kick your ass, bitch!", you know it is on.
  • Left 4 Dead's Crash Course DLC has hopeless optimist Louis, of all people, scream "Oh, it's a bitch apocalypse now, bitch!"
  • Borderlands plays this straight with Roland, the Soldier. Upon scoring a kill with a Critical Hit, he may shout, "Critical, bitch!", or "Critical, biatch!".
    Tiny Tina: "You're cordially invited, BITCH!!!"
    • Also from Borderlands 2, if Maya gets a Second Wind, she might declare "I'm back, bitches!"
    • The Raging Goliaths, also from Borderlands 2, have quite a few of these.
    (After Zer0's Decepti0n Fades) "Avoid me all you want, BITCH!
    (When Salvador is Gunzerking) "I'll take your bullets, BITCH!
    "I'll kill you SLOWER for that, BITCH!
    "Fear your master, bitches!"
    "Die for me, BITCH!
    • And let's not forget:
    Brick: Knock knock, BITCHES! Open up!
    Handsome Jack: (After breaking out in laughter midway through a story about how he once removed a man's eyes with a spoon while his children watched) Anyway, the moral is, you're a total bitch.'''
  • Mass Effect: Used here and there with examples such as:
    Miranda - "You'll die for that, bitch!"
    Jack - "Touch me and I will smear the walls with you, bitch!"
    • Delivered by Commander Shepard in Mass Effect 3 to Kai Leng as s/he stabs him with his/her omni-blade.
      Commander Shepard: That was for Thane/Miranda/Kirrahe/Thane and Miranda you son of a bitch.
  • Tony Hawk's Underground 2 has the following example.
    Paulie: "Oh yeah, look out! Pooper coming through! Please keep your hands inside the porter potty while you TAKE A DRINK, BITCH!"
  • Used to ridiculous extremes in Def Jam Fight For NY Some examples are:
    Trejo -"You shoulda listened when you had the chance, bitch!"
    Created Character: "You just got owned, bitch!"
  • In MadWorld, after being attacked by ninjas...
    Howard: I've composed a haiku, in honor of this moment.
    Kreese: Alright, drop it down.
    Howard: Ninja rise from floor.
    Red spray-paint ceiling and walls.
    Jack is triumphant.
    Kreese: 5, 7, 5, bitches.
  • Gears of War: Marcus Fenix delivers a well-deserved one to Queen Myrrah after the Battle of Azura.
    Marcus: (after stabbing Myrrah with Dom's knife) You feel that? That's from Dom...and everyone else you killed you bitch!
  • Batman: Arkham City falls into this a few too many times. You will hardly ever hear any other curse word used, leading to several grunts using "bitch" so many times you'd wish they'd just say something else. For major characters, Two Face takes the cake, especially when he's going against Catwoman. Makes you wonder if he knows any other insults.
  • In The Simpsons Game when the Simpson family meets an evil Will Wright.
    Homer You can't do this!
    Will Wright: Sure I can. I'm Will Wright, bitch!
  • In Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, when Sylvanas Windrunner has Arthas at her mercy:
    Sylvanas: Give my regards to hell, you son of a bitch.
  • In World of Warcraft, during a confrontation in Silverpine Forest between Garrosh Hellscream and Sylvanas Windrunner.
    Garrosh: What difference is there between you and the Lich King now?
    Sylvanas: Isn't it obvious, Warchief? *flippant salute* I serve the Horde.
    Garrosh: Watch your clever mouth, bitch.
  • Dota 2:
    Juggernaut: I'm the Juggernaut, bitch!
  • Resident Evil 6: While Piers is dishing out a What the Hell, Hero? moment to Chris, Chris angrily shouts, "How many of our men are dead because of that bitch?!"
  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance: Raiden's response to Sundowner's comparison between him and the subjects in the Sears Program is "They're kids, you son of a bitch!"
  • Emily from Until Dawn can say this if Ashley tries to apologize for trying to kill her.
    Emily: "Understand" the palm of my hand, bitch!
  • From the cinematic trailer for Agents of Mayhem:
    Hardtack: Ahoy, motherfucker!
  • Uni from Megadimension Neptunia VII: "Back off bitch!"
  • Final Fantasy XV: "Son of a bitch!" is practically Noctis's Catchphrase, as he'll often repeat it when the situation at hand is bad, or if he's dealing with Ardyn. The two are not mutually exclusive.
  • In Fabulous: Angela's High School Reunion, Level 49 shows a cutscene where Janet calls Angela a bitch, with asterisks between the word; it wasn't censored in other versions. This game is the first Gamehouse Original Story to include an uncensored rude word.
    Janet: ANGELA Knows? That BITCH!
  • The epilogue of Starcraft II Legacy Of The Void has Alexei Stukov dropping one on Narud, just before killing him as payback for Narud shooting him back in Brood War under the guise of Samir Duran:
    Stukov: I've come to say good night, you son of a bitch.

    Web Animation, Bitch! 
  • Tankmen 2: "You should've used the Pythagorean theorem, bitch."
  • The end of Neurotically Yours' "Caffeine Conspiracy" has Franklin the Star Shmucks peddler warn his superiors over walkie talkie that "The squirrel is on to us." A moment later, he starts another transmission to add "bitch."
  • Red vs. Blue: Everyone uses Bitch as a punctuation mark.

    Web Comics, Bitch! 

    Web Original, Bitch! 

    Western Animation, Bitch! 
  • Family Guy: After Stewie is mauled by animals at petting zoo after Brian puts animal feed in his back pocket, he approaches Brian, all roughed up and says "I am going to kick...your...ass."
    • In a Cutaway Gag in another episode, the MGM lion cub gets laughed at by his classmates when he wants to roar at an audience when he grows up. Soon, the lion is grown up and shouts "What's up now, bitches?!"
  • Moonbeam City: In Episode 7, at an "all-gang" meeting which includes the Moonbeam City Police Department (called "the roughest gang in town"), the city's top criminal gang leader repeatedly corrects himself when speaking to Police Chief (and millionaire heiress) Pizzaz Miller. His lines end with him referring to her as "bitch", which he repeatedly corrects to "ma'am". This includes his final line to her: "You have our word, bitch! I mean, ma'am..."
    • Rad uses the trope on Pizzaz in Ep. 8, "Stuntztravaganza", and in Ep. 10, "The Wedding of Rad (Lie)", the Cunninghams refer to both Pizzaz and Chrysalis as one.
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force:
    • "You're liquified, bitch." Made even funnier because Frylock isn't one to quickly resort to swearing.
    • Frylock hurling fireballs in the videogame: "Look into my eyes, bitch."
    • "Now what is the magic word, bitch?"
    • "67 years into the future. Bitch."
  • Clone High: "Try and catch me, bitch!"
  • The opening credits of an Affectionate Parody comedy show called "Outer Space Astronauts" has the line 'Outer space, bitch!"
  • South Park:
    • The "pal/buddy/friend" exchange in "Canada on Strike".
    • From "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy": "You just dealt with the Dawg, bitch!"
  • The Simpsons: "Read the patent number, bitch!"
    • One episode has Bart refer to Santa's Little Helpers new girlfriend as a "bitch". When Marge gets angry, Bart says thats what female dogs are called, he even looked it up in the dictionary. A disgruntled Marge says she's going to call the publisher and complain.
  • The Boondocks: Rummy to Ed: "Swim, bitch!".
  • From a Thunder Cats outtake: "Get over here, bitch!".
  • From Sealab 2021, "Lost in Time":
    Quinn: Stormy, what time is it?
    Stormy: Dodgeball time.
    Quinn: Dammit, Stormy, what time is it?
    Stormy: (knocks Quinn out with a dodgeball) I said it was dodgeball time, bitch.
  • American Dad!: Roger loves this trope.
    "You call that a Salchow?! It looks like you have mad Salchow disease! That's right, your skating has a spongiform encephalopathy, bitch!"
    "Don't be startin' what you can't finish, bitch."
    • One episode has him teaching Steve what to say to teenage girls to romance them; those three words they long to hear: "Jello shot, bitch?"
    • Klaus announcing that he has concert tickets: "Fabulous Thunderbirds, bitches!"
    • Principal Lewis is just as fond of this trope as Roger is.
  • A Futurama example, cut from the episode "Raging Bender:"
    Mom: Make that bitch your bitch, you bastard!
  • On Daria, while the title character is helping Jane dye her hair: "All right, you bitch. What do I do?" Actually sort of Played for Drama: she says it with her usual sarcastic monotone, but it still points to the strain their friendship is under, which suddenly comes to a head later in the episode.
  • Rick and Morty:
    • Rick himself is rather fond of this.
    "Hey, what do me and OJ not have in common? I found the real killer, bitch!"
    • Scary Terry, an expy of Freddy Krueger, adds bitch after of almost everything he says to the point where it's a Verbal Tic that got him grief back in school.
    "I'm late for class, bitch!"
    • In "Something Ricked This Way Comes", when Summer is screwed over by Mr. Needful after helping him rebuild his business, he answers with:
      "I'm the Devil, BIATCH! WHAT WHAT!"
  • Eight Crazy Nights has "Eat that nut strap, BIAAAATCH!"
  • Brickleberry has the Ranger Games episode where Steve, desperate to beat the ringer Woody replaced him with on the gymnastics event, runs off to get some steroids, except he doesnt realize that you still have to work out, so he ends up massively overweight with excess body mass and a deep voice.
    Fat!Steve: Wassup, bitches?!

    Other Bitches 
  • After carefully outlining the many, many reasons that global warming is real, a scientist famously ended her presentation with:
    "Look it up, bitches."
  • The official announcement for the return of Toonami (through [adult swim]) is #ToonamisBackBitches.
  • Following the Supreme Court decision declaring Barack Obama's healthcare reform law constitutional, DNC executive director Patrick Gaspard tweeted "it's constitutional. Bitches."
  • In the Terry Tate Office Linebacker ads, the eponymous character would often invoke this after tackling his victim.
    "Break was over 15 minutes ago, BITCH!"
  • Stand-up comedian Retta (Marietta Sirleaf) on how you shouldn't make assumptions about someone's tastes in music. Just... watch the video.
  • When Miley Cyrus was attacked online for incorporating hip-hop influences in her music/image and befriending rap/hip-hop stars, she posted this on Twitter.
  • Richard Dawkins, at the end of a debate with an anti-scientific creationist gives us this gem: "If you base medicine on science, you cure people. If you base the design of planes on science, they fly. If you base the design of rockets on science, they reach the moon. It works...bitches." Also doubles as Sophisticated as Hell.
  • Used by Byron David Smith just after killing Haile Kifer in the Thanksgiving Day killings. In the audio recording he did, he is heard saying "You're dying, bitch!" (note: this is not a pleasant listening).
  • The cover of one birthday card involves one woman asking another "So where's your birthday at?" and the woman with the birthday tells her not to end a sentence with a preposition. On the inside, the first woman rephrases her question as "So where's your birthday at, bitch?"

The Stinger is here, bitch!

Alternative Title(s): Just Add Bitch, This Is TV Tropes Bitch, This Is A Sentence Bitch