Crichton: Haven't you read the Super Villain's Handbook? This is where you're supposed to twirl your moustache and gloat!
Maldis: I don't have a moustache, John.
"The good guys are always stalwart and true. The bad guys are easily distinguished by their pointy horns or black hats, and, uh, we always defeat them and save the day."
— Giles, Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Lie to Me")
"And as is fairly typical of Resident Evil'', the plot manages to be both ridiculously convoluted and childishly predictable, because the bloke that turns out to be behind it all can be isolated as the guy who delivers every line like he's criticizing the blowjobs of a nun whose orphanage he's already decided to foreclose on regardless."
"I mean, threatening innocents to get the Good Guy to cave? I might as well grow a mustache and twirl the end while I'm at it."
— Redcloak, The Order of the Stick
The vizier twirled his mustache, probably foreclosing another dozen mortgages.
— Sourcery gives us two tropes for the price of one