Quotes / Rhetorical Question Blunder

First Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams, now McDreamy and McWifey? What’s next? Kim Kardashian announcing that she’s quitting her marriage to Kurrent Husband Kanye? Actually, statistically speaking, the odds on that one happening are pretty good – I really should have gone with a less obvious couple.
DListed, "And In 'Everybody Is Quitting Marriage' News..."

Stephen Fry: And to General Ignorance, where we ask Alan Davies...is this a rhetorical question?
(awkward pause)
Alan Davies: (hesitantly) No.
(another pause)
Stephen: Quite right.
Alan: ...I've got a headache!

Zircon: But the question no-one seems to be asking is... How?
Blue Diamond: I've been asking that question!
Zircon: (visibly nervous) A-and right you are to ask, My Diamond!

Clive Anderson: What's the point of rhetorical questions?

Reg: And what have [the Romans] ever given us in return?
Xerxes: ...The aqueduct?
Reg: What?
Xerxes: The aqueduct.
Reg: Oh yeah, yeah they gave us that. Yeah. That's true.
Masked Commando: And the sanitation!
(Much later)
Reg: All right... But apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh-water system, and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?
Xerxes: ...Brought peace.
Reg: Oh, peace... Shut up!

Mona Simpson: [singing] How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man?
Homer: Seven.
Lisa: No, dad, it's a rhetorical question.
Homer: Rhetorical eh? Eight.
Lisa: Dad, do you even know what "rhetorical" means?
Homer: Do I know what "rhetorical" means?
The Simpsons, "Mother Simpson"

Hobbes: I thought that question was rhetorical.
Calvin: The other way, though!

Golbez: Tell me: How does one prepare for meteors dropping from the very heavens?
Samus: Planetary defense shield.
Golbez: That was rhetorical.
Samus: It was a question with an answer.

Garrosh: And now, can you tell me what my decision to wait has brought us?
Hamuul: Defeat?
Garrosh: Does this look like the green skin of Thrall?
Hamuul: No, Warchief. No one would ever mistake you for Thrall.

Freeza: Oh please, everyone's always on about the children. I already tried leaving them alive, but all they do is grow up under my rule or dedicate their pathetic lives to revenge. Usually both. Really, killing them is a kindness. I can retract that kindness if you wish, but then who's the villain?
Goku: (totally lost) Y... you.
Freeza: N-no, that was a rhetorical question.
Goku: And I gave you a rhetorical answer!
Freeza: ...Good lord, I traded Vegeta for this.

Bianka: You know what I want more than anything else in the world?
Kaia: To co-host Good Morning America?
Bianka: Well, yeah, but that’s not what I meant.
The Darkest Angel, by Gena Showalter

Blackadder: (holding a potato) Baldrick, what is this?
Baldrick: I'm surprised you've forgotten, my lord.
Blackadder: It's a rhetorical question.
Baldrick: No, it's a potato.