->Look, I'm not proud of what I did -- but I needed an easy recurring joke to cover my getaway and there were no [[ButtMonkey flumphs]] available, OK?
-->-- '''Haley Starshine''', ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0680.html #680]]

->Good grief, it's a running gag!
-->-- '''Kermit the Frog''', ''TheMuppetMovie''

->Garfield, let me out! I don't like running gags!
-->-- '''Nermal''', ''{{Garfield and Friends}}''

->'''Bullwinkle''': Hey, Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!\\
'''Rocky:''' AGAIN?!

->'''Grover:''' Hello there!\\
'''Mr. Johnson:''' Oh no, it's '''[[YouExclamation YOU!]]'''

->'''Straw Hat Crew''': '''STOP DOING''' '''[[DeathGlare THAT]]!'''\\
'''[[CoolOldGuy Crocus]]''': What's wrong, haven't you ever heard of a running gag?
-->-- ''Anime/OnePiece'', Episode 62, ''The First Obstacle? Giant Whale Laboon Appears''

->I hate [[DoesNotLikeSpam jelly babies]] but at the time it was such a joke. And a joke that worked, you work it to death and finally you grow to hate it.
-->--'''Creator/TomBaker''', [[http://blogs.independent.co.uk/2012/06/05/qa-with-%E2%80%98doctor-who%E2%80%99-stars-the-five-doctors/ "The Five Doctors"]]

->There’s a line of critique against Monty Python’s musical ''{{Spamalot}}'' -- really [[MoneyDearBoy just Eric Idle’s musical]] -- that amounts to the accusation that a troupe whose comedy was once about transgression and surprise now amounts to nothing more than delivering lines that the entire audience has memorized and calling it comedy.
-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2012/03/you-ask-me-to-appreciate-it-arc-of.html Phil Sandifer]]'''

->At the risk of sounding like [[Series/OneFootInTheGrave Victor Meldrew]] (I can think of worse role models!) ‘I don’t ''believe'' it!’ The episode was cruising along harmlessly enough and I was actually congratulating the writers (in my head of course) for avoiding the trap of having Tom Paris turn up and crack that ''hilarious'' gag about Harry [[FatalAttractor falling for the wrong woman]] again. I should have known better than to dish out credit [[TemptingFate before an episode is over.]]
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Ashes to Ashes"

->Zack has a “major case of the big L,” which Screech – whose gimmick is now confusion over every basic line of dialogue – mistakes for a fatal disease and starts that fake crying that appears in every episode. It's Love, you helmet.
-->--'''Stuart Millard''' on ''Series/SavedByTheBell'', ''So Excited, So Scared''

->One of the most vocal patrons calls her 'babe' and she severely injures him by throwing her shoe at his forehead. I can only guess all the paying, theater-going viewers of this film, seeing everything they had paid to see, left right after the credits.
-->--'''Chris Sims''' and '''Matt Wilson''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/barb-wire-pamela-anderson-movie-review-part-1/ on]] ''Film/BarbWire''

->The porter who greets Bond out front takes a gander at the Bentley and says that they ''“don’t make ‘em like this anymore!”'' Bond replies, ''“It’s still in pretty good shape.”'' Apparently, the writers thought [[{{Anvilicious}} the metaphor wasn’t obvious enough]], because it’s repeated immediately as we cut to Bond being examined by a doctor. The doctor says Bond has ''“enough scar tissue for an entire regiment!”'' and Bond replies, ''“Right, but it’s still in pretty good shape.”'' Right, I think we got it.
-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''

->Real life Woody Allen must have suffered a brain injury because he thought this movie had so much material, he couldn’t possible trim this from 112 minutes. Just for some perspective, ''Crimes and Misdemeanors,'' a philosophical musing about morality and justice in the universe is about 100 minutes. This movie about Woody bumping into chairs is 12 minutes longer than that... No no, please Woody, I want the three hour extended edition please.
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[https://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2013/05/29/hollywood-ending-2002-woody-allen/ on]] ''Hollywood Ending'' (2002)