Weird Al Yankovic: Hammond's got a mental rectal thermometer.
Mike Nelson: I used to play bass for Mental Rectal Thermometer.
Weird Al Yankovic: I stand by my filthy muppet innuendo
Mike Nelson: I used to play bass for Filthy Muppet Innuendo.
Mike Nelson: I used to play bass for Embryo Cold Storage.
Weird Al Yankovic: Do you even know how to play the bass?
Mike Nelson: Not a lick.
Quint:Hooper drives the boat, chief
Bill Corbett: Hooper Drives the Boat, Chief is the name of my irony-drenched emo band.
— Jaws: Rifftrax Edition
Kevin Murphy: He's lapsing into Nicholson.
Mike Nelson: Lapsing Into Nicholson is the name of my emo band.
"If I ever start up a punk band, one of the names I'll be sure to consider is the Invisible Flying Predators. (Also, I never plan to start up a punk band, so the name is up for grabs.)"
"She likes cloth. That's a good band name."
— Random guy #2,, Teen Girl Squad, "Issue 12"
"With the baby suffocating, Edward and co decide to perform a vampire cesarean. Jacob takes some time off to write down 'Vampire Cesarean' as a possible future name for his punk band, and then races to Bella's side in time to hear her spine break.
Tenth Doctor: Trickster is a creature from beyond the universe, forever trying to break into our reality, manifest himself. He's one of the Pantheon of Discord.
Clyde: That's a good name for a band.
Tenth Doctor: Actually, not bad.
—The Sarah Jane Adventures, "The Wedding of Sarah-Jane Smith"
Al: So does Wonder Woman and the Furies. Or Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown. I think I saw them one time on Top of the Pops 2.
Gryphon: ...Jefferson Smurfit and the Stone Container Corporation...
Wedge: What an exquisite name that would be for a rock band, no?
— Eyrie Productions Unlimited Forums, 7/4/2002