Ms. Darbus: This school is about more than just young men in baggy shorts flinging balls for touchdowns!
Coach Bolton: Baskets! They shoot baskets!
(To)day you won a ticket to see Doctor J
Front row seat (in free!) no pay
Radio in hand, snacks by feet
Game's about to start, you kickin' popcorn to the beat
You finally wake up, Doc's gone to town
Round his back, through the hoop, then you scream "Touchdown!"
— Run-D.M.C., You Be Illin
"And so there was this player named Mark Lemke, and they said something like 'All star second baseman for the Braves.' And our friend knows nothing about sports, and so he would always do his old timey radio impression of this guy, and not knowing any positions in baseball or whatever, he'd just be like, 'Homestar Runner for the Braves.'"
— Matt Chapman on how Homestar Runner got its name
Max: I fold too.
Tycho: We all folded to your bet. You win the pot.
Max: But... but I... oh alright. (Max reluctantly takes his winnings)
"Congratulations! That was the hairiest game of Hearts I've ever played!"
— Max again, and the game is still Texas Hold-em
"Well, no matter. Because I'm STILL holding onto all the cards, and guess what: They're all Full Houses! I've never played cards. Meaning to learn. Anyways, new turrets. Not defective. Aces of fours. The best hand, I imagine."
— Wheatley, Portal 2
"The important thing when writing a sports movie is not to get too bogged down in the so-called "rules" of the sport..."
— The Lazy Writers, That Mitchell and Webb Look, on their cricket movie "The Full Number Of Overs That Are Scheduled To Be Bowled That Day".