Quotes / Offscreen Moment of Awesome

"I know you wanted us to have some film festival with all the characters, and you'd get to see little bits of everybody's movies, but I didn't do that. Because I hate you."

"Alright, but I'm not missing that gay wedding! I still kick myself for missing that topless cheerleader parade with the hundred-foot chocolate teddy-bear and the F-16s doing aerial acrobatics choreographed to the music of Queen. Oh, I remember that day..."
(Cut to Stewie sitting alone in the living room)
"Huh. Shoulda gone to that thing."

"That was the craziest episode we ever had!"

Rakan: And then, well...a whole buncha stuff happened after that. The war ended, and here we are now... and, uh... The End.
The girls: That's the end!? That's far too abridged, old man!

Rub Rabbits Leader: Phew, we barely made it out alive...
Geno: Yeah, those Dark Butt-cradle would've gotten us had it not been for those meddling kids!
Mario: That monkey with the coconut scared me...
Geno: with that one of a kind never to happen again over with, we have something we must do.

"Have you ever noticed how often the vampires do cool stuff when Bella isn't around?"

Artie: What happened?
Mell: Eh, after you got knocked out, me and Dr. Narbon had this awesome battle royal that'd be super hard to draw.

Sano: And my new special attack Magnetic Screw Choqa Zanbil didn't work at all.
Teammate: Yes, it was an amazing attack.
Subtitles: ((Please imagine the attack for yourselves))

"Too bad you didn't see Agent 300's revenge, cause it was awesome!"

(Hierophant Green and Silver Chariot are in the middle of fighting Lovers. Hierophant Green tosses a sharp emerald at Lovers.)
Lovers: Mwargh!
(Kakyoin and Polnareff are triumphant.)
Kakyoin: Woohoo!
Polnareff: Yep, we beat it good.
Joseph: Good job, you two. That sure was a lot of spinechilling back to back battles.

Chris: The only emotional investment I had in this was really, really wanting to see Clark get the crap kicked out of him by a bone monster, which, of course, Smallville completely failed to deliver.
David: Putting the entire final confrontation with the monster half basically off-screen was an amazingly douchebag move, even for this show.
Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Smallville ("Doomsday")

"Sounds like the potential for awesome for me. Powerful Antichrist and his legions of minions killing people all over England and monks on a mission to kick ass for the Lord? Sign me up. Sadly, what is promised and what is delivered are two completely different things...I donít even think itís entertaining evil like Al Pacino in The Devil's Advocate. (Sam) Neill is giving mass murder orders like he is in some corporate board room telling his subordinates he sent out an email about TPS reports. Who would have thought Armageddon would be run more like Office Space?"
Miles Antwiler on Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)

"Well, when the radios went out, I decided to return to the refinery. But en route, I find I'M IN AN AMBUSH SITUATION! Must have been a couple dozen of these things! Well, I dropped the first wave with semi-auto fire, but they just kept coming! Sheer luck most of them were in front of the truck, so I just popped it into six-wheel and ran 'em down. The ones that got on board I handled with a combination of small-arms fire and hand-to-hand techniques. [pulls out two pistols] I am completely. Out. Of ammo. [Beat] That's never happened to me before."
Burt Gummer, Tremors 2: Aftershocks

"This is a special news report. My God, that was very devastating. That city is just — it doesn't exist anymore. And my God, I wish you could've seen it. Odds are you wish you could've seen it too."

"Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written."
The Bible (New International Version), John 21:25

Hayley's daughter: Grandpa, how come you never talk about what happened in the battle?
Stan: 'Cause grandpa didn't have a great view from his hiding spot.
American Dad!, Season 13 "The Two Hundred"

[Team Evil walking out of one of the possible caves leading to Kraagor's Gate, looking worse for the wear]
Xykon: Eh, you win some, you lose some.
Redcloak: Mass Cure Critical Wounds.
Oona: Such thrilling hard-fought battles, though! So many twistings and turnings!
Greyview: Death beckoned in every hall.
The Monster in the Dark: And so visually complex, too! I'm glad no one had to draw a picture of any of that.

"That off-screen struggle was the stuff they write songs about."
Linkara, Atop the Fourth Wall