Linda: Why do you always get to read the top story, Morbo?
Morbo: Because viewers trust a deep male voice, and huge, throbbing forehead veins!
The man on the screen was an extraordinary-looking individual. He seemed an Earthman, yet his tall, gaunt, black-clothed figure, his enormous bulging forehead and skull, and his hypnotically burning black eyes, gave to his aspect some indefinable but startling aura of the superman.
— Captain Future and the Space Emperor, by Edmond Hamilton.
Palindrome: Palindrome here sir; sorry to disturb you.
The Head: That's alright. I was just, as usual, thinking.
Palindrome: Sir, we've got a bit of a headache down here.
The Head: Don't tell me about headaches, Palindrome.
Palindrome: No sir.
The Head: I wrote the book on headaches!
Palindrome: I'm sorry sir, I know how you feel.
The Head: Can you imagine a migraine the size of a super-nova?
Palindrome: Uh... no sir.
The Head: Then you don't know how I feel!