Quotes / Inferred Holocaust

Credits at the end tell us that Mongkut and his son, educated by Anna, led their country into the twentieth century, established democracy (up to a point), and so on. No mention is made of Bangkok's role as a world center of sex tourism, which also of course carries on traditions established by the great king.

"On their own, the giant infant scientists survived another minute, and then crashed."
MST3K, episode #816: Prince of Space

Sam could have delivered a spectral choke-slam the instant Carl declared his evil intentions. Now Molly has a dead guy impaled in her windowsill and a varsity dose of post-traumatic stress disorder. He's a terrible ghost.

Sam: "Well, I'm off to heaven. Good luck explaining Carl's death and all that drug money to the police!"

Mike: "Lady becomes friends with a monster."
Jay: "And then other monsters come and pick up this monster and leave her abandoned in the arctic."
Rich: They do leave her with proof of extraterrestrial life, though, which is neat.
Mike: I don't think she gives a flying fuck.
Jay: If I were here right now, all I'd care about is getting a coat.

"Congratulations, madam," Shaw tells Morgan, "That's another town you've destroyed!" I know! What a knee-slapper! There's nothing funnier than leaving the corpses of smoldering innocents in your wake and ruining the livelihood of hapless small-business owners who only wanted to serve quality food, beer, and heaping mugs of gunpowder. Assholes.

It's one of the most awful and awesome panoramas of human suffering ever imagined in a work of fiction. But the audacity of the wholesale suffering that L&J imagine is dwarfed by the greater audacity of their wholly disregarding the very scenario they have presented. The authors and their protagonists seem wholly unperturbed by all of this death and destruction, save in how it presents a logistical inconvenience and cramps the travel plans of our heroes.
Fred Clark, on the Rapture in Left Behind

Seagal is Forrest Taft (stop laughing it's tough. It is!), an ex-black ops oil worker/explosives expert/fire expert/environmental hero/fry cook (I think). Michael Caine has black hair and is evil and the only way to stop him is to blow up an oil rig. Yeah, that won’t irreparably damage the environment.

After being brainwashed by the TV series which has the Doctor applauded (literally) for his heroic antics into thinking that the Doctor can only be a force for good here is a cautionary tale that threatens that cosy image...This throws up all manner of questions. Has this sort of thing happened before? Has the Doctor made changes to a planet that would ultimately end in their annihilation? Did the Times Lords do the right thing in condemning him for his interference, however well intentioned? Would Katerina, Adric, Peri (hmm not sure about that one) and a whole host of secondary characters still be alive if it wasn’t for his interference? And to have the fifth Doctor play this role is paramount because he has always been the most genial, the most approachable Doctor. To turn him into a killer on this scale is inconceivable.
Joe Ford on Big Finish Doctor Who, "Creatures of Beauty"

Summer: I can't believe Rick did this.
Morty: These are the parts of Rick's adventures you don't get to see: the parts he leaves behind.
Rick and Morty, "The Rickshank Redemption"