"I never tip, I butt in line,
I never clean the dishes and it suits me fine.
I'm so pleased, I'm such a sleaze.
This bad guy thing's a breeze!"
— King K. Rool during a song in Donkey Kong Country
Dr. Polaris: * Ahem*
Dr. Polaris: You gonna wash your hands?
"Luthor": No! 'Cuz I'm evil.
"Revenge! Sub par snacks! Deal with my wrath!"
— Cassiel celebrates her first successful ploy in Misfile
"I looked up a girl's skirt the other day. Isn't that the best kind of evil?"
— Orc NPC, Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories
"If you must know," a disconnected whisper confided, "we dressed in blackface and wrote filthy slogans on the side of the citadel. Horrible, horrible things about Princess Tanalasta and a centaur."
A strong political statement, Alias thought sarcastically.
— Azure Bonds, Forgotten Realms novel by Kate Novak and Jeff Grubb.
But, as if on purpose, when it reached the limit, [Gavrila] always proved too honest for an extremely base deed. (On a small base deed, however, he was always ready to agree.)
"'I, Voldemort, give you full permission to use the most evil of magics!' They're like, no, Voldemort! Not the ear magic! 'YES! BURN ALL THEIR FUCKIN' EARS!'"
"And that's how Jason Took Manhattan. I guess he didn't really TAKE Manhattan, so much as...I don't know. Annoy it briefly? Strolled through it for about 3 minutes without hurting anybody? And then got killed in a really embarrassing fashion that doesn't make any sense? Heck he barely made an impact on Manhattan. What are the papers bound to say if they even run the story? 'JASON VOORHEES GOES ON RAMPAGE: DESTROYS BOOMBOX, NOBODY HURT.'"
"The Hirogen leader here reminds me of the hyper intelligent Gremlin from Gremlins 2 who takes the brain potion and dazzles with a rendition of New York, New York!...Compare and contrast to the Borg for TNG and the Jem H’adar for DS9 that remained pretty consistently and instantly memorable from the outset. Watching the Hirogen breaking open one of Neelix’s French sticks as though he has watched too many episodes of 'Allo 'Allo! is farcical. The Hirogen – don’t mess with them or they’ll snap your bread sticks in half!"
"Oh, and we also got an appearance by a vaguely heel Lord Alfred Hayes, who made fun of Todd’s name. And yeah, that was pretty much heel Alfred – he was never blatantly evil, just more like he got out of the wrong side of the bed in the morning."
"Aha, I'm going to waste all their minutes! Mwa ha ha ha!"
"Making fun of his hair color? That ruthless son of a bitch!"
"I'm gonna find the wrong crowd and not read things together! Yeah, That's right! Entire novels left unopened!"