Quotes / Torches and Pitchforks

These torches signify displeasure.
Game Over message, Via Sol 2

Heywood: "Holy...! I'd better organize an angry mob, quick!''
Ms. Hatbrim: "Oh Heywood, you're so good at organization!"
(moments later) Heywood: "...And I'd like to thank Herb's Garden Supply for the pitchforks & tiki torches! Now... everybody ready?"
Bob: "Wow, he's fast! He is good at organizing stuff!"

Homer: Marge, those people came after us with pitchforks and torches! TORCHES! At 4 in the afternoon!
Marge: It was 7 at night!
Homer: It was during Access Hollywood!
Marge: Which is on at 4 and 7.
Homer: D'OH!

"It's an irate torch bearing mob of ignorant townsfolk bent on destroying all things different, unusual and misunderstood".

"A riot is an ugly thing. But I think it is just about time that we HAD ONE!".
Inspector Kemp, Young Frankenstein

Tommy: But that mob, they were on a rampage!
Merton: Shocking behaviour from a bunch of pitchfork-toting hooligans.

"But one thing hey had was pitch
And the mind to pitch a fit
Throw some torches in the mix
And things are looking down a bit"
Twilight Sparkle (or possibly her book), Nepotism Adventure Series

Light your torch / Mount your horse / Screw your courage to the sticking place / We're counting on Gaston to lead the way!
—"The Mob Song," Beauty and the Beast