"They're the kind of characters who look... stupid, really, but they're not stupid, just... simple. And all they really want to do is just focus on doing their job, no matter what."
"They actually did an interview where Sid, the supposed top baby face, was so stupid he couldn’t find the arena. He kept calling in from his cell phone saying he was lost. 'Guys, can you hear me?' he asked in at least three different segments. Clearly, nobody in the company ever learned that the one thing fans will absolutely not support is an idiot babyface."
"Oh my goodness! Spidey is about to be unmasked by his most dangerous and powerful super-foe … Ha ha, just kidding, obviously. Spidey has actually managed to knock himself unconscious by accident, and will be unmasked by a random child as he lies supine in a fetid alleyway in a puddle of his own failure"
"Voyager is running out of food and the ship that stole all of their equipment is packed to the gills with nutrition. Janeway in her divine wisdom decides to keep her morals intact and leave the food that isn’t theirs. Its nice to know that when they are starving to death she can keep her head held high."
Chris: Uzi, at this point, can we agree that Clark is basically really dumb?
David: They say flight is the last power to show up, but at this point I’m just hoping to see regular intelligence, never mind super-intelligence.
Chris: Seriously, just picking up an artifact from a dead, technologically advanced civilization and goofing around with it as soon as you see it is quite possibly the stupidest thing we’ve seen Clark do, and that includes referring to himself as “The Blur.”
—Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Smallville ("Luthor")
"The events of the game try to convince me that Cobra's awesome, but he just keeps working against it."
"That's our hero, ladies and gentlemen: too stupid to eat!"
I would think if you had one mission in life, that mission being kill the Antichrist or all life dies, you might train a bit. I would personally move to Asia and only come back when I have in fact become a ninja like Batman. That being said I do set high goals for myself. But I would personally be happy if the assassins for Christ were not middle aged fat asses who have gorged on too many communion wafers. These guys aren’t just out of shape, they are klutzes to boot. Let me give you an example. So Damien is getting interviewed on some news program and one of the monks has found a way onto the set. For some reason the monk thinks he should go on the rafters above the set. Why? I guess a thirty foot leap off the balcony with a dagger was a better option than just running up and stabbing Damien but whatever. While he is up there, he trips, gets his foot caught in some of the rigging and he swings from the rafters. While this is happening he knocks over some stage lights which set the curtains on fire. The monk swings around, wraps himself in plastic sheeting, swings over to the burning curtains, then sets himself on fire which simultaneously burns him and shrink wraps him to death. That had nothing to do with Satan or evil forces; the dude was just a dumbass."
"Where's the fun in thinking BEFORE you do something?"
— Pixel, Graffiti Kingdom
"I think we're dealing with a very very very very smart person, or a very very very very stupid person."
— Model Robot, Perfect Hair Forever
"A speech on willpower in this day and age? I did not know people still believed in such silly notions. Perhaps it was your thick skull that prevented my father's curse from affecting you."
— Rozalin, Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories
"I'm fine with being stupid! I'm going to keep meeting challenges and keep marching forward!"
— Hareta, Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Adventure
"You're surprisingly dull-witted."
— The King of Red Lions, The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker
"Naive, as usual. Whether you believe me is of no import. Just do not stand in my way."
— Grolla to Spiritia, RosenkreuzStilette
"I can't help it man! I'm all about stupid!"
— Finn, Adventure Time
Jimmy the Robot: They weren't mad about the dynamite, Commander. They were mad because you made the problem worse!
MC Bat Commander: What are you suggesting, robot?
Jimmy the Robot: Just that you may want to plan before you make decisions.
MC Bat Commander: Planning takes time that men of action don't have! Being quick on your feet, and making split second decisions, that's what makes a true leader!
MC Bat Commander: Jimmy, why are we stopped?
Jimmy the Robot: Because we're out of gas, Commander.
MC Bat Commander: See, Jimmy? Planning can't solve all our problems.
— The Aquabats! Super Show!, "Cowboy Android!"