Playing With / Bond One-Liner

Basic Trope: A one liner made at the expenses of someone who just got killed.
  • Straight: Upon throwing a Mook into a Acid Pool, Secret Agent Bob says "Maybe he would have preferred the basics."
  • Exaggerated:
  • Downplayed:
    • Bob's one liner isn't all that witty.
    • An one-liner following a Non-Lethal K.O..
  • Justified:
    • Bob is trying to impress his partner Alice, who considers these to be high-class comedy.
    • Or Bob wanted to reply to the Mook's Pre-Mortem One-Liner. Who ignored the pit right behind him.
    • Bob needs to intimidate the other mooks.
  • Inverted: The hero about to be thrown into an Acid Pool and says "An acid pool? I'll give you one thing, Doctor Bad: as clichéd as it is, it isn't exactly a basic trap."
  • Subverted: The Super Soldier mook climbs out of the acid pool and quips "No, I wouldn't."
    • After killing the mook, Bob admits he can't think of something to say.
  • Double Subverted: The hero throws some drain cleaner at the super solider as it charges at him, who dissolves instantly and counter-quips "I was always told you couldn't get very far in life if you couldn't deal with the basics."
    • He at least follows it with "But he'll never know that."
  • Parodied: There is World Championship Invitational for this trope in Bob's country.
  • Zig Zagged: When Bob kills somebody, he either does one of these or ignores him and goes to town on his buddy two feet away
  • Averted: Mook falls into an acid pool, hero remains silent.
  • Enforced: "This movie needs more jokes."
  • Lampshaded:
    • "You just killed a man! How can you joke about that?!"
    • "You know he can't hear you any more, right?"
  • Invoked: "What would James Bond say in this situation?"
  • Exploited: The mooks fill the hero full of lead because him talking gives away his position.
  • Defied: "I'm not making a crack here, I'm not James Bond."
  • Discussed: Bob and Alice are comparing one liners used over their careers.
  • Conversed: "Of all the Incredibly Lame Puns Bob could've gone for in this scene..."
  • Deconstructed: The hero uses it to cope with the violent deaths he encounters.
  • Reconstructed: Not to mention the humourous and/or well-deserved ones.
  • Played For Laughs: Bob's one liner is then followed with a laugh track and/or applause.
  • Played For Drama: Bob is stressed from the fight, and he insults the person he just killed to get it out of his system. It's not even funny or clever, but it doesn't need to be. He has more important things like the mission.

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