Konstantine Brayko: Who are you? Where did you come from - where the fuck are my guards?!
Mike Thorton: I told your guards to go home and go to bed. That jacket was so bright they couldn't sleep.
Brayko: What the fuck did you say?!
Mike: Oh, so you can't hear me over that jacket either? No wonder it was so easy to sneak in here.
Brayko: Ah-hah! So you're the fuck that gate-crashes my party, huh? Maybe next time you wait for an invite to the school dance... But then, maybe there is no next time for you, shithead.
Mike: ...Is that jacket for real? Wow. And I thought the mansion was tasteless.
Brayko: Let's see how funny you are when I cut out your tongue, buddy.
Mike: Big talk from someone dressed like a seat cover.
"I know Benny was murdered, but if you ask me, the real crime was that checkered jacket".
— White Glove Society, Fallout: New Vegas
Valmont: I will put up with a lot, Shendu, but I draw the line at wearing a dress!
Joel: You can bet that anybody seriously interested in world domination is going to end up looking like a real snickerdoodle.
Dr. Forrester, wearing a ridiculous outfit: What's that supposed to mean?
— MST3K doing a sketch about villains
"You're dressed as a space angel. Why?"
Donald Pleaseance: Meet me in the laboratory.
Dr. Robotnik: Where is it?
GeneralIronicus: My fashion sense? I misplaced it weeks ago.
Wallace Wells: "Hey! What's up with his outfit?"
Random Guy: "Yeah, is he a pirate?"
Scott Pilgrim: "Are you a pirate?"
Matthew Patel: "Pirates are IN this year!"
Cobra Commander isnít very funny any more. Although, really, given that his uniform includes wearing a bag over his head, there are limits to how unfunny he can be at any given time.
"Lex eventually goes to the office where Tess shows up to talk to him, and he stabs her. Goodnight, Lutessa Lena Luthor. You died as you lived: in a dumb Inspector Gadget coat."
David: Chase wakes up in Riddlerís tower on a Riddler-print couch while Riddler wears a new suit with blinking LED question marks, making him look like a GeoCities page from 1997.
Chris: Thus, his master plan is finally revealed: Heís going to take over Gotham with the promise of a book that teaches you how to get $$$FREE MONEY$$$ from the government.
"Sure, what kind of terrible hairdo will he have?"
"Sybok just seemed like some kinda crazy terrorist who was gonna hijack the Enterprise. Maybe he wanted to blow up the house of the guy who cut his hair."
"I think what I enjoy to rant about regarding this movie are the villains. Starting with the big dopey fighter with blue lipstick, who my brother started laughing at immediately along with the rest of the audience... Think about the flavor text for this guy in your D&D game."
DM: A broad shouldered man stands before you, his chiseled frame and grim visage exuding malevolence. He wears dark leather and bears a sword on his hip. His face looks as if chiseled from stone, every line deep with hatred and anger. His shadowed eyes and blue lips purse as if to—
Tandem: Wait wait, he's wearing lipstick?
Dwarf: Damn, even the bard's not sissy enough to wear makeup.
Halfing: HAAAAH HA HA! Is he wearing curlers?
DM: No, he's bald! Shut up! He's really scary looking!