Quotes: Badbutt

    Film — Live-action 

Los Locos kick your ass!
Los Locos kick your face!
Los Locos kicks your balls into OUTER SPAAAAAAACE!
Los Locos, Short Circuit 2

    Video Games 

You can call me Knuckles
Unlike Sonic, I don't chuckle
I'd rather flex my muscles''
Unknown from M.E., Knuckles's Image Song from Sonic Adventure

His coconut gun can fire in spurts
If he shoots ya, it's gonna hurt!
DK Monkey Rap, Donkey Kong 64

    Web Original 

"One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was “too much bad language,” presumably, during all the murders and drug-binges, and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in Eastenders, where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!"
Stuart Millard, "Charles Mansion and the Fourth Timester"

The Luke Cage comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a revolutionary '70s black man, but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his jibba jabba, I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G.

Oh dear, the skinheads are so appallingly written and performed you feel sorry for the actors having to chew on such a middle class BBC approach to young thugs. 'What are you, social workers?' Ooh, better watch out. With language like that this lot is likely to do you a mischief.

Unable to be frank about such things, Star Trek has to resort to insinuation and innuendo. This often feels rather juvenile and awkward, like parents trying to talk about sex without their children catching on.... It is as if "Two Days and Two Nights" is struggling to decide whether Risa should be presented as Florida or Ibiza. Despite the fact that this is a vacation episode, Archer spends most of the episode on the villa set — creating a sense that he has simply traded one cramped and confined environment for another.
Darren Mooney on Star Trek: Enterprise, "Two Days and Two Nights"

Chris: Clark bought a ton of dumb leather jackets on his Red K spending spree...now that he’s properly suited up in Bad Boy attire, he does the most rebellious thing possible: He drives to school and picks up a classmate so that they can get there on time. And his parents react like he’s just murdered a bucket of kittens.
David: If they’re that rebellious right now, why are they even going to school?
— Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Smallville, "Red"

    Web Video 

The story is that David just transferred and has discovered the whole school is being oppressed by the tyrannical regime of these four preppy white guys. Seriously, the whole school fears them. I mean, c'mon, the scariest one looks like what would happen if Fred from Scooby-Doo became a low-grade meth dealer..."Hang-gliding"?? THOSE HOOLIGANS.
Noah Antwiler on Massacre at Central High

Lethal Ninja is about a crime-ridden city, and the judge who is trying to clean the city up takes a handwritten business card that says "HIRE ME," calls a guy with a perm, and the guy with the perm's going to clean up crime in the city by mildly annoying the city's criminals. He's going to run past them in a comical wide shot and steal their car keys and run away; and he's going to sneak up behind them and blow away their cocaine.
Best of the Worst on Lethal Ninja (1992)

"Double Dragon warns us of the perils involved with fighting against gnarly street gangs. The gnarlier the gang, the more peril you're in. It's predicted that by the year 2016, America will be composed of 85 percent gnarly street gangs to 10 percent law-abiding citizens. The other 5 percent is dogs."

If anyone is interested in a song about an unstoppable, vengeful, crazy ex, well... now that we have "Blank Space" we really don't need "Black Widow".

Yeah. Taylor Swift—cutie-pie, adorable Taylor Swift—was a more believable psychotic monster than the dirty hardcore rapper.

I'll never believe anything from Iggy Azalea.
Todd in the Shadows, "Top Ten Worst Hit Songs of 2014"

    Western Animation 

Fart you, butthole.