"Dressing up the judge, killing Rogers when he was chopping up sticks, drugging Mrs. Rogers so that she overslept herself, arranging for a bumblebee when Miss Brent died! It's like a horrible child playing a game."
— Vera Claythorne, And Then There Were None
Tick was a kind man. He was a supremely innocent person, one who had no business associating with the mafia. But he had one talent: He was very, very good at hurting and torturing people.
Mommy! Mommy! Baby wants to fuck!
— Frank Booth, Blue Velvet
Who wants to play?
We here to crush!
Go tank! Go tank!
Huhuhuh... he go bye-bye...
Here I coo-oome!
Make him look funny.
I break all my toys!
Ouch! That hurts!
They're picking on me!
I just wanted to play...
— Grinder Tank, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: Uprising
So he's like a child with superhuman capabilites. And really, there's nothing more pure and cruel as a child.
— Jet Black talking about Mad Pierrot
Bob: He's not a toy, Elle.
Elle: He COULD be...
You're a child. That's what makes you so fucking scary.
— Nicholas Garrigan to Idi Amin, The Last King of Scotland
Oh tiny ice cream friends! Thog delay boredom driven rampage only for you!
— Thog, The Order of the Stick
Alice treated the Mad Hatter as if he were a small, silly child. Katrina was like a silly child, too, but in real life, a grown-up acting like a child was scary.
I'll kill you all, you fucking mice! *breaks down sobbing* Dad...
— Luigi Largo, Repo! The Genetic Opera
Connor Rooney: I can look after myself.
Frank Nitti: No, you can't! This is the point. You're a big baby who doesn't know his thumb from his dick!
Jim Moriarty: It has been fun, though, hasn't it? This little game of ours. Playing Jim from IT, playing gay...did you like that little touch with the underwear?
Sherlock Holmes: People have died.
"A childhood is a terrible thing to lose, Ms. Lane. But I'm getting mine back WITH A VENGEANCE!"
— Toy Man, Superman: The Animated Series
"Lucifer is a bratty child throwing a temper tantrum."
"You're nothing but a sad little boy, Warren. But it's time you grow up and pay for what you've done."
—Buffy Summers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer