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  • 2 Stupid Dogs
    • In the episode "Las Pelotas!", Little Dog tries to carry too many tennis balls in his mouth, and one of them files out and hits Big Dog in the crotch. Big Dog then talks in a strained, pained voice.
    • At one point during "Seeing Eye Dogs", Big Dog and Little Dog are leading a blind Hollywood, through a construction site, and end up falling off the top of a building that is under construction. Little Dog and Big Dog land on a girder on their torsos, but Hollywood isn't so lucky. He lands on his groin with such force that the screen shakes, and it bends under his great weight. He then asks in a high voice if he's home yet.
  • The 6teen episode "Going Underground" had a side-plot where Caitlin keeps accidentally injuring her boyfriend, Talon. When talking about this to Jen and Nikki, Caitlin mentions that during a date, she accidentally opened her car door right onto Talon's "kiwis."
  • Adventure Time:
    • To get an ogre to release Jake from his stomach in "The Enchiridion!", Finn kicks him in the crotch. In the same episode, Finn uses a groin attack to retaliate against The Final Temptation and, in so doing, dispatches the Evil Sorcerer that is tempting him. The Manly Minotaur also lists "Nard Kicking Ability" as a trait of a truly righteous hero.
    • In "Freak City", Magic Man turns Finn into a giant foot, so Jake makes a sort of catapult to launch him between a giant monster's legs. Bonus points for actually mentioning "kicking someone in the crotch" in a kid's cartoon. And the two-headed giant's reaction is just hilarious.
      Two-Headed Giant: Our crotch! Our EVIL crotch!
    • At the end of "Memory of a Memory", Marceline kicks her Jerkass ex-boyfriend Ash in the nuts after learning he tricked Finn into erasing her memory of their break-up.
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    • To distract the hitman he summoned to kill Finn and Jake in "Hitman", the Ice King repeatedly states that someone got hit in the boing-loings (And in the original animatic for this episode, he actually used the word "nuts").
  • The Amazing World of Gumball:
    • Gumball takes a nasty kick between the legs while "fighting" a bully in "The Uncle".
    • In "The Authority", while trying to perform a skateboard trick, Gumball accidentally lands crotch first on the end of the board.
    • Played with in "The Faith", where Darwin runs into something in the area between his legs, before grasping that area and calling out "My... chin?" As his body is basically a large goldfish on a pair of long legs.
    • One unfortunate Elmore resident is implied to have been bitten down there in "The Nest".
  • American Dad! subjects Stan and Steve to these every now and then.
    • When Francine wants Stan to give her a real family vacation after learning that all of the Smiths' previous ones took place in a Lotus-Eater Machine, she threatens to start slamming a book on his testicles every time he dozes off if he doesn't deliver.
    • Stan finds himself being beaten up by a bunch of Chinese gangsters on a parade float...until he remembers his CIA training...which apparently is solely based on this trope, since he proceeds to promptly smash EVERY gangster in the balls with kung fu moves. Needless to say, he wins the fight.
    • A mind-controlled Hayley punches her father in the groin.
    • Stan punches Steve in the groin after they share a father-son moment and he points it out. He does the same to Stan at the end of the episode for doing the same thing.
    • Stan's father kicks him in the groin just before he's taken away to jail, saying that he has to assert dominance around others. Stan does this to Steve a moment later when he says that he may end up in jail himself one day.
    • Stan gets one by one of the performers of the What's Happening!! version of Cirque du Solei by talking throughout the whole performance.
    • In another episode, Stan beats up Roger for stealing his dog. As Roger attempts to defend himself, he hits Stan in the crotch by accident, then upon realizing that it hurt him, he offers to help him up only to kick him there again and again.
    • Steve accidentally burns Stan's crotch with a blowtorch once.
    • Bullock apparently gets a thrill from this, as he pays a stripper to punch and kick him in the groin and another to shoot at it with a BB gun.
  • The Angry Beavers:
    • In the Halloween Special "The Day the Earth Got Really Screwed Up", while trying to remove Norbert's mask, Daggett accidentally smacks Mann Servante in the crotch.
    • "If You Insisters" has this happen to Dag again when kid sister Chelsea's bag hits him in the crotch.
  • Arcane: A rare female on female example when Vi knees Sevika in the groin to break her hold.
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force: At the end of "Storage Zeebles", after Carl has taken nearly everything from the Zeebles and reduced their home to a barren wasteland, he decides to take their "sun", which is just a light fixture on the ceiling of the storage unit they live in, against their protests that they'll be hunted by the Nightwolf without it. The Nightwolf then pounces on Carl's groin and the last line of the episode is Carl yelling "Oh God damn it, my scrotum!".
  • Batman: The Animated Series:
    • "Harley and Ivy": Poison Ivy kicked The Joker in the balls after his attempt to poison her failed - and she kicked him hard enough to knock him onto his back. He gives out a high-pitched remark before collapsing again. He does recover rather quickly.
    • It happened to him again while fighting the Phantasm in Mask of the Phantasm. And again in Return of the Joker. Maybe it's Crotch-Guided Karma for his regular atrocities against humanity.
    • "Showdown" features Robin nut-punching one of Ra's al Ghul's cronies. You don't actually see the impact, but the look on the mook's expressive mask is unmistakable.
    • Batgirl gives a thug a kick to the junk in Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero.
  • Batman Beyond
    • In the pilot, Terry escapes from Mr. Fixx by kicking him in the nads.
    • Terry himself was also subject to a Groin Attack in Return of the Joker. During the fight in the night club with the Jokerz, one of the Dee Dee twins grabs him while the other kicks him in the balls with a flying jump kick before restraining him for a punch from Chucko. His back was turned when the attack was delivered so it wasn't actually seen, but the doink sound effect and Terry groaning in agony while collapsing to his knees makes it very obvious.
    • Terry manages to subject Joker to this during the final fight of Return of the Joker. Twice.
      (Terry knees Joker in the groin.)
      Joker: What are you doing?
      Terry: Fighting dirty.
      Joker: The real Batman would never-(grunts loudly as he's kneed again)
  • Beavis and Butt-Head take groin shots to a philosophy class.
    • After one lengthy debate over a music video on the purpose of testicles, Beavis promptly ends the discussion by kicking Butt-head in the crotch, stating "See? That's what nads are for."
    • And then there was this exchange with Coach Buzzcut...
      Buzzcut: You wanna see a man, boy? I'll show you a man! (widens stance) Kick me in the jimmy!
      Butt-head: N-no way—
      Buzzcut: I said do it!
      (Butt-head kicks Buzzcut in the nuts, just as he was asked.)
      Buzzcut: (grunts loudly) Yes! Do it again! Do it hard!
      (This time, Butt-head steps back and lands the entire sole of his shoe into Buzzcut's crotch.)
      Buzzcut: (grunts even louder, face beet red for a few seconds) YES!
      Butt-head: Whoa! That was cool!
    • In one of the "making of" trailers for The Movie, Beavis gives swift kick to Butthead's groin since he was going to "kick his ass".
    • And there's this time when Beavis sticks his penis into an electric fly killer to take care of the ticks he got there. Happens off camera, we hear the electrical buzzing and Beavis screaming in agony for several seconds, while Butthead says he's a moron.
    • Another episode had Beavis sit on a bowling ball returner, just as Butt-head is throwing a ball down the lane...
    • "Does not the fire need water too? Does not the mountain need the storm? Does not your scrotum need kicking?"
    • The two go to the shelter to adopt a dog - the untrained, vicious dog they choose promptly chomps onto Beavis's crotch, and drags the poor guy around the room.
  • This shows up in Bluey, of all shows aimed for a preschool audience.
    • In "Verandah Santa", an excited Muffin jumps off the couch to play the titular game, but ends up landing on her father's groin, after which he grabs it in pain. Her cousins have to remind her to apologize.
    • In "Rug Island", Bingo, Bluey and their dad are comfortably resting while playing the titular game. It's suddenly disrupted by a violent football delivery from their neighbor, right at Bandit's crotch.
    • In "Sleepytime", Bingo dreams of walking on Jupiter, while in actuality she’s climbing on and kicking her dad in her sleep. When in-dream Bingo sees the Great Red Spot, she gleefully jumps in. The scene cuts to him abruptly waking up, whining and holding his groin in pain.
  • Bob's Burgers:
    • In "Broadcast Wagstaff School News", Gene gets hit in the groin during dodgeball, while dressed as his father Bob.
      Gene: (groans) It's alright, I've already had my kids...
    • In "Sit Me Baby One More Time", Tina and Tammy end up working together to babysit an Enfante Terrible with an inordinate fondness for kicking people she doesn't like, boys and girls, in the "tinkle-dink".
    • In "Are You There Bob? It's Me, Birthday", Jimmy Pesto tries to heckle Bob one last time and gets smacked in the groin by a passing bicyclist, which Bob declares is probably the best birthday present ever.
    • In "Yes Without My Zeke", Jimmy Jr. gets hit in the junk when Zeke does a flying tackle onto him, and yells "Ow, my penis!" He says it again after taking a hard fall on the freshly-waxed floors at school.
  • Disney's Bonkers:
    • Officer Lucky Piquel, Bonkers D. Bobcat's fat, human partner, gets hit in the crotch in an episode called "Hamster Houseguest". At one point, he is hanging on to the bottom of a helicopter as it flies down an alley. A tow truck dives past in the opposite direction, and Lucky, looking panicked, pulls his legs in tightly, narrowly avoiding getting smacked in the nuts by the crane at the back. He looks back with relief, only to have a palm tree whack him in the groin. Afterwards, he sports a goofy expression, with crossed eyes and a wavy mouth. His efforts were not entirely wasted; at least he didn't take it in the cojones twice in a row. This is a potential Homage to A View to a Kill, where essentially the same thing happens to James Bond - see Live Action films.
    • In episode 1, when Bonkers slips on a banana peel, he slides across the room and in between Piquel's legs. In the second episode, Bonkers bounces up and down on Lucky's belly, and Lucky changes positions while Bonkers is still in the air. As a result, he lands on Lucky's lap.
  • The Boondocks:
    • The recurring Thugnificent song "Stomp 'Em In The Nuts" sometimes plays in the background.
    • "Attack Of The Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch": While Lionel Richie was sleeping with a mistress, his angry wife punishes him by stomping him in the nuts (the above song doesn't play though).
    • "Ballin'": The fat white kid on the basketball team accidentally gets hit with one.
    • "Home Alone": While Uncle Ruckus babysits Huey and Riley, they shoot him in the groin with airsoft pellets.
    • "The Fundraiser": Cindy knees a chocolate industry goon in his nuts.
    • "A Date with the Booty Warrior": Tom hits the Booty Warrior in the groin, while the former almost gets raped by the latter.
    • "It's Goin' Down": Jack Flowers' preferred method of "enhanced interrogation" on captured terrorists is to kick them in the testicles.
      • Taking an example from Jack, Uncle Ruckus stomps Dan the security guard in the nuts, while "Stomp 'Em in the Nuts" plays in the background.
    • "The New Black": Riley gets stomped in the nuts by a mob of angry retarded children, while the same song plays.
  • Castlevania
    • Trevor ends up getting hit in the crotch twice during a Bar Brawl.
      Trevor: Would you please leave my testicles alone?!
    • Trevor later tries this on Alucard, but to no avail.
      Alucard: Please, this isn't a bar fight. Have some class.
  • A staple tactic on Celebrity Deathmatch, used too many times to count. Inverted by Tommy Lee, who killed Ron Jeremy with a Gag Penis to the eye socket.
  • In Central Park, Season 1 "Squirrel, Interrupted", after Bitsy tells Helen to stop Ambrose's assistant, Anton, from bringing him what he needs from the kitchen, which is blended meat he needs to drink because Ambrose has low iron and he can't chew his food, Helen proceeds by knocking the drink out of his hand and kicking him in the groin.
  • The Cleveland Show:
    • The episode "Yemen Party" has two Groin Attacks in quick succession during the fight scene where Rallo, who is in a baby harness attached to Cleveland Jr., is fighting the sandbox bully Rodney, who is attached to his own brother via a baby harness. During the fight, Rodney asks Rallo if he likes kickball, then his brother kicks Cleveland Jr. in the groin. As Junior is recovering Rallo retorts that he "prefers handball" as Junior swings his arm around and punches Rodney's brother in the crotch.
    • In "Wide World of Cleveland Show", Cleveland's neighbor Choni kicks him in the groin:
      Cleveland: Oww! Choni, that was my penis!
  • Code Lyoko's "The Pretender" had Johnny getting hit square between the legs when trying to imitate Yumi's pipe-vault. He got over it fast.
  • Avoided (by a few centimetres) in a Darkwing Duck episode. Since it was an axe involved, surely Darkwing appreciates the fact that it didn't hit, but the look on his face in the episode ("Life, the Negaverse, and Everything") suggested it was a concern.
  • In the first episode of Devil May Care, the Devil is temporarily incapacitated after his mistress Regina gets a little too enthusiastic with her stiletto heels.
  • In an episode of Dexter's Laboratory Dexter gets hit in the nuts with a dodgeball and spends the whole day holding his crotch.
  • In one episode of the short-lived MTV cartoon Downtown, the groin attack is attempted by two characters on what they think is a creepy stalker guy. It's actually a creepy stalker girl (and the best friend of one of them... don't ask), who promptly reverses the attack with more success. The kickee falls down gasping, "Always go for the balls... just like my mom taught me."
  • In the Ed, Edd n Eddy pilot Ed repeatedly runs and knocks himself and his groin into a pole. It's even more painful to watch when looped as shown here.
    • Eddy did this to him after finding out that the lump forgot where he placed his magazines.
    • Jimmy is also a victim of it as shown here.
    • An implied female example happens in "My Fair Ed". When Ed runs from Eddy, he causes Kevin to lose control of his bike (while Nazz is sitting on top of the handles), and the two run into a pole. If you pause the video, you can see that the pole between Nazz' legs.
  • Eek! The Cat
    • In the episode "Fatal Eek Traction", when Alice picks him up and hugs him tight near the beginning, his groin is accidentally pressed up against a fire hydrant. He says that he thinks it pierced his appendix, since it's a kid's show and all.
    • He also lands on Sharky's doghouse and is accidentally hit by J.B. when he and his sister fight in the episode 'Eek's Funny Thing That He Does'.
  • In The Fairly OddParents episode "Frenemy Mine", after Timmy saves Vicky's life, she gets kicked out of B.R.A.T. (Babysitters' Rage Against Twerps) and she becomes insufferably clingy towards him. Fed up, Timmy does humiliating things to Vicky and manages to turn her back to her normal, cruel self by hitting her with a wrecking ball. The newly restored Vicky then proceeds to humiliate Timmy back, and one of the ways was a golf club to his groin.
  • Family Guy has quite a few of these.
    • Whenever Peter fights Ernie the Giant Chicken, he's always guaranteed to take at least one. In fact, almost every fight scene Peter's in usually has at least one groin shot. So far those Peter has been nailed by include: Lois, Brian, the Giant Chicken, Joe, and some random Jewish guy in a cutaway gag.
    • Brian has also been kicked by Stewie for insulting his favourite TV show, Jolly Farm Revue.
    • One cutaway had Peter scolding Scat (from Ice Age) for touching his "frozen nuts" (acorns stuck in ice). Scat responds by attacking him.
      Peter: AAHH MY NUTS! MY NUTS!
    • Ironically, Peter took a shot to the nuts by a familiar guy wearing a blue jumpsuit and orange Afro wig...
    • In a deleted scene Chris kicked Quagmire in that particular region seven times in steel-toed boots.
    • Anna rules... cause she kicks all the bad guys in the jewels.
    • One scene with Quagmire that was not omitted has him doing it to himself by dropping a window sash on that body part, then having to call 911 and tell them that "it's in the window this time."
    • Discussed in "No Chris Left Behind": Peter tells Lois that he didn't enjoy The Nutcracker because he assumed from the title that it would heavily feature this trope.
    • You got to be aggressive. Even more aggressive than Michael Jackson's treatment of his own groin on stage.
    • During the Chicken Fight in "Internal Affairs" Ernie gets two: First, he's punched by Peter, and then he's skewered by a broken metal rod. [1]
    • In "Sibling Rivalry", Stewie kicks a kid in the nuts to get on the jungle gym.
    • In the episode "Christmas Guy", after Brian's death is prevented, Stewie hits him in the groin with a hockey stick.
    • Stewie previously hit him in the groin by literally using his head in "Lethal Weapons".
    • In the crossover episode "The Simpsons Guy", Peter is bitten on the crotch by Homer Simpson during their epic fight.
    • In "Believe It Or Not, Joe's Walking On Air", when Quagmire, Peter, and Cleveland are fighting against Joe, two of them try to double-team him. Joe promptly kicks Cleveland in the groin.
    • This was the whole plot of the episode "The Unkindest Cut": the guys go out on the bay, Quagmire goes swimming and is bitten on the groin by a shark, his friends' efforts to pull him to safety resulting in his penis not making it along with him. He tries to adjust to living without it, until the end when he's given Ida's penis from before she transitioned.
    • The end of the episode "Inside Family Guy" has a montage of Peter repeatedly getting hit in the crotch with a bag of nickels.
  • Futurama:
    • Almost happens in "Roswell that Ends Well"; Fry is trying to ensure that his grandpa, Enos, stays alive. If Enos dies, Fry gets erased from existence. While they are at Joe's Malts, Fry panics at the sight of flames from a hamburger patty being flipped by one of the cooks and accidentally bumps into the table he and Enos are sitting at, causing a knife to almost hit Enos' crotch.
      Fry: [gasps] Fire! Look out!
      Fry: [gasps] You almost got neutered.
      Enos: Well 'taint as bad as gettin' killed.
      Fry: For me it is. I'm getting you out of here.
    • In "Neutopia", the very first thing that happens to Leela when an alien swaps the genders of the Planet Express crew is to stumble around in a daze and smash her brand new set of testicles on the side of a rock, which understandably causes her to keel over in pain. Later on the same episode, when their correct genders are restored, Fry celebrates by deliberately leaping open-legged onto a bicycle crossbar (it makes sense in context, and Fry really is the sort of bloke who would take the most direct and painful method possible of proving that he had fully returned to normal).
  • The Disney cartoon Goof Troop has a surprising amount of groin hits. In the episode "Midnight Movie Madness" Pete falls two stories from a ladder and lands groin-first on a tree branch. In "Everything's Coming Up Goofy", PJ slides down a banister and slams into the bottom knob. In "Take Me Out Of The Ball Game", PJ gets hit in the crotch twice by baseballs fired out of a pitching machine at full speed. In the episode "From Air To Eternity" Pete narrowly blocks getting jabbed in the crotch with a walking stick by an old lady. And in "Hot Air", when he, Max, and Goofy are up in the air, with Pete's legs tied to the back of a plane and Goofy and Max are hanging onto his arms, Goofy walks across him to get the pilot, and accidentally stands on Pete's nads. In "Maximum Insecurity", when PJ and Max are sliding through a waste pipe chasing after Chainsaw, Max stops himself when he reaches the end of the pipe by grabbing onto the sides. Unfortunately, PJ comes straight out after, and crotch-slams Max out of the pipe. Funny how it only ever happened to Pete and PJ
  • In an episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Grim is taking a walk with his girlfriend Malaria and at one point they come across a mud puddle. Grim looks for something for her to walk across and grabs a little Scottish man and has her walk across him with high heels. She begins to walk slowly from his face to his groin; upon stepping on them the Scottish man winces in pain and says "you busted me bagpipes!"
  • Harley Quinn (2019):
    • The pilot episode, "Till Death Do Us Part", has Quinn fighting and maiming several Arkham Asylum guards while bound in a straitjacket. She kicks one of them in the crotch, only to get a "clang" sound and the guard not affected at all. Looking up at the massive guard, this one is a Brawn Hilda woman who then breaks Harley's nose with one punch. Quinn then takes her down with a rapid, triple headbutt.
    • From inside Quinn's head in the "Being Harley Quinn" episode, Quinn jabs the big end of her baseball bat at The Joker's crotch while she's ranting that she made herself the way she is and not him, along with something about a girl at camp.
  • Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, had Apache Chief sue a coffee shop because the hot coffee spilled in his lap made him unable to "grow larger", fnarr fnarr. After he gets his power back by getting excited, it becomes a Running Gag that his "lap" is constantly either threatened with, or receiving, great harm.
  • Hey Arnold!
    • In one episode when doing martial arts training with his grandma, at one point he tries to kick a can off Grandpa Phil's head, but he trips and accidentally kicks him in the groin.
    • In The Movie one of Sheck's goons (despite his protests) gets whacked in this particular area courtesy of Gerald.
  • The Hollow: Kai is on the receiving end of one of these, as he accidentally lands crotch first onto a tree branch after the group falls from a portal.
  • The Invader Zim episode "A Room with a Moose" begins with Zim observing footage of his human classmates bullying him. One piece of footage shows Dib causing his disguise to fall off by kicking him in the groin.
  • In an early episode of Johnny Test, Johnny gets a pair of robotic pants designed to increase his intelligence while he wears them. The pants become quite yandere, and when they detect that he's interested in a girl at his school they attack him by shrinking around his groin.
  • In one episode of Kaeloo, Stumpy accidentally shoots the lights out with a gun. While trying to find another light switch, he accidentally grabs Mr. Cat's you-know-what, thinking it's a light switch, and pulls on it.
  • King of the Hill:
    • The episode "Bobby Goes Nuts" has Hank make Bobby go to the YMCA to learn how to box so that he can defend himself from bullies. When he gets there, all the boxing classes are full so he demands to be enrolled in the only other self-defense course available, not knowing until he gets in that it's a women's self-defense course. Said course consists entirely of kicking your attacker in the crotch while shrieking "THAT'S MY PURSE! I DON'T KNOW YOU!". This predictably becomes Bobby's first, last, and only method of dealing with any perceived threat, and he terrorizes the school until he gets suspended for it. When Hank tries teaching him how to box so that he can fight honorably, he kicks Hank in the crotch too, but he does it hard enough to cause serious damage to Hank's testicles. Peggy has to be the one to end his reign of terror, since when he tries it on her, it doesn't work (though it would have in real life, then again Kahn thinks she was trying to trick him).
      Peggy: Uh-huh, that's right, Bobby. I believe you will find that I have no testicles. Where's your secret weapon now, huh?
    • Bill Dauterieve, Hank's chubby, unlucky friend, gets hit below the belt in a couple of episodes ("Enrique-ciliable Differences", "Don't Take Me Out Of The Ball Game", "My Hair Lady", "The Texas Skilsaw Massacre", and "Bobby Goes Nuts".)
    • In the episode "Unfortunate Son" after Cotton triggers a panic attack on the Vietnam War veterans one of them grabs him in a headlock he escapes by head butting him in the groin.
  • The Legend of Vox Machina: In the third episode, Grog and Vax partake in a game called "Ball Tag", and the two were able to get an impressive shot on each other each. The rules of Ball Tag are "as complex as they are beautiful," but we don't learn too much about those rules except that an elbow shot to the groin counts as a three-pointer. Unfortunately, Ball Tag is not a game that you should play with vampires, as when Grog tries to hit Big Bad of the arc Sylas Briarwood in the groin, he doesn't react.
  • In the very early Looney Tunes short "Bosko's Store", Bosko chases a kitten through his store. The cartoon ends when the kitten grabs a roll of barb wire, unravels it between Bosko's legs, and pulls it while running away causing it to rub up against Bosko's groin causing him to scream in pain.
  • In Disney's Marsupilami episode "The Hairy Ape", when Mars and Norman are sliding down a bank towards a river, Norman smacks his crotch off a rock and lands in the water.
  • In the Men in Black episode "Big Bad Bug Syndrome" Agent L does this to Edgar's (the villain of the first movie) brother Dung.
  • Mickey Mouse:
    • He gets dragged along a fence in the Mickey Mouse Works short "Mickey's New Car".
    • In the classic 1930 short "The Chain Gang", the poor mouse even yelps to the beat of the background score as the fenceposts hit him.
    • In another 1930 short, "Pioneer Days", Mickey gets into a scuffle with the Indian chief. At one point, while struggling to pull a knife away from him, Mickey kicks him in the groin several times; this is probably the very first use of an intentional Groin Attack in a cartoon.
  • Mission Hill: When Stogie keeps eating pieces of the sofa, it turns out that it's because Jim has been spilling sauce on it. Then he spills some on his pants, and the episode ends right as Stogie is about to bite his groin.
  • Rare female version from Moral Orel, where Bloberta uses power tools on her own vagina, in an effort to attract a guy who liked that.
  • Shows up in (of all places) My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
    • In the first season finale "The Best Night Ever", while dancing onstage Pinkie Pie knocks a piano stool out from under a pianist, and she just keeps dancing there for a few seconds, to the pianist's visible displeasure. Even better, the pianist's playing jumps a few octaves the whole time.
    • In "Keep Calm and Flutter On", Rainbow Dash disparages Discord after he makes a gravy boat come alive. His response is to make the gravy boat pour hot gravy on her lap.
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches has several. Oggy in the episodes "The Techno-files", "Going Up", "Welcome to Paris", "Boxing Fever", and "Upside Down". Jack in the episode "Go for it, Jack".
  • One episode of The Penguins of Madagascar had Skipper falling into a tree... then falling down it with a branch hitting him between the legs the more he fell.
  • Mickey's overweight foe Pete gets hit in the crotch during several classic Disney cartoons. In "Two Gun Mickey", Mickey accidentally bodyslams Pete in the balls after he tries to kick Mickey off a cliff. The spur on Pete's peg leg gets caught on Mickey's belt, causing him to spring back and slam into Pete's family jewels. In "Shanghaied", Mickey stabs Pete in the groin with a swordfish, and later on Pete falls onto a lamp crotch-first, his weight causing it to bend. In "Klondike Kid", Pete gets hit in the nuts by trees three times. He gets hit again in "The Mad Dog" as his crotch slams into a lamppost, sliding him to the top where he smashes all of the lamps with his groin. It seems that Mickey himself is also on the receiving end in "Klondike Kid"; in the fight scene with Mickey and Pete bouncing on springs, Pete finally lands a blow by punching Mickey in the crotch which sends him flying into a cuckoo clock.
  • Phineas and Ferb:
    • In the episode "My Fair Goalie", Baljeet gets hit in the crotch by a soccer ball. This ends up breaking the curse placed on Ferb, giving his team a chance to win the match.
    • This is also implied to have happened in the episode “The Curse of Candace”, during Perry’s fight with Dr. Doofenshmirtz, at one point Doofenshmirtz mentions that he has the advantage because he’s taller, Perry is stuck to the floor, and he’s mastered kickboxing, then a loud smack is heard as Doofenshmirtz suddenly crumples to the floor in pain, heavily implying Perry punched him in the crotch and nothing below his waist was shown at the time.
  • In the Pinky and the Brain episode "Welcome to the Jungle", at one point during their fight, Brain punches Snowball in the crotch.
    • In the Slappy Squirrel cartoon "One Flew Over The Cuckoo Clock" when Slappy goes insane from watching too much day time talk shows. Skippy takes her to a physician and he tests her reflexes with a hospital hammer; she tells him she's not feeling anything so she suggests he try her mallet. When he does, it causes her foot to fly up and kick him in the crotch.
    • In "Take My Siblings, Please" when Wakko confronts the troll, he convinces the troll not to eat him because it would violate his contract and that the executives would sue his pants off, and he demonstrates by pulling the front of the troll's pants back and snapping them back into place, the troll grabs his crotch and yelps in pain.
  • The Proud Family actually manages to sneak in a groin attack in one episode. After Suga Mama and Penny's teacher buried the hatchet, or at least decided to team up to defeat their old twin rivals at a 40s style dance competition, they grabbed Oscar for him to be a dancing partner without his consent, they then decide for the finale to do the "wishbone", which involves tossing their male dance partner and then the dancers grabbing a leg each to "make a wish." Shortly after doing this, they pull on his legs, causing a zoom in on Oscar's face as he chuckles nervously, and then followed thereafter with a distinct "ripping sound" with Oscar making a quivering, big-eyed, evidently pain-filled facial expression with the audience going "oooooooo" in shock as the screen comically falls down and crashes. The aftermath with Suga Mama and Penny's Teacher winning the award also has Oscar lying on a stretcher passing by with one of his legs extended in the air, making it quite apparent as to what happened.
  • Happens to Donald Duck in the Quack Pack episode "Snow Place To Hide".
  • In the Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja episode "Happy Hanukkah, Howard Weinerman!", when Randy is in a truck being pursued by McFist's robotic yeti, he creates a patch of ice for the yeti to slip on, causing it to slam groin-first into a streetlight. The yeti lets out a whimper right before it explodes.
  • In the Regular Show episode "Grave Sights" when the lead zombie, a large muscular man named Fightinton, starts attacking the crowd Skips tries this on him only for his groin to crumble to dust. And he doesn't feel anything, because, you know, zombie.
    • Mordecai has also kicked Rigby in the crotch in "Death Punchies".
    • Done to a giant floating head named Garrett Bobby Ferguson, causing it to shout "My chin!"
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
    • In the episode "Mad Dog Hoek", Ren kicks Stimpy in the groin to get his face to pop back out.
    • In "Fire Dogs 2", Ren accidentally performs one on the Fire Chief when trying to unzip his flies.
    • In the Adult Party Cartoon episode "Onward and Upward", Ren kicks a giant hobo in the testicles after leaving his mouth, and then Stimpy does the same.
  • Rick and Morty
    • In "Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind", when the Council of Ricks sentence Rick C-137 to torture with a Mind Raping device, one of them adds that it also stabs the victim's balls every ten seconds.
    • In "Mortynight Run", Rick swaps the gears that form Gearhead's mouth with the ones that serve as his testicles ("gearsticles"). Gearhead himself does the same to another combatant in one commercial spoofing Humongous Mecha and Kaiju fights.
    • A flashback in "Total Rickall" shows Morty minding his own business and watering the lawn when Summer walks up behind him and kicks him in the groin for allegedly going into her room, which lets Morty know that she's real and not a shapeshifter.
    • In "Rest and Ricklaxation", Toxic Rick starts off his fight with Healthy Rick by kicking him in the groin repeatedly.
  • Robot Chicken:
    • A musical "Ode to the Nut Shot", played a mélange of — you guessed it — nut shots to the finale of The 1812 Overture, and finished with an orchestra pit musician running up to swing his saxophone into the conductor's groin.
    • The Christmas episode starring Goku and Gohan of Dragon Ball Z fame. The Nutcracker has a moveset of over 100 testicle based attacks. Poor Gohan gets hit with attack #49, which causes him to shout, "Oh, my Dragon Balls!" upon hit (He also believes one of them "popped". Ouch.).
    • During Composite Santa's rampage, he kicked a rabbi "right in the Matzah Balls."
    • The "Ted Turner as Captain Planet" sketch. "Protect the environment, or I'll f***ing kill you!"
      "You got glass in my eye!"
      "And my foot in your balls — CAPTAIN PLANET!"
    • He-Man proved that this move was just as effective against women when he declared that "one in the hand is worth two in the BUSH" as he punted Evil-Lyn between her legs.
    • What Bob Barker did to Snoop. Plus, all those dogs, cats, racehorses, pandas.... Snoop got a shot on Barker too, but it didn't bother him too much.
    • In "Idle Nuts", a man agreed to have his nuts run over by a car for $2 million. The doctor could do a transplant for $2 million plus tax. He only had the nuts of a serial killer to work with, so the trope was inverted when the groin started attacking others. Jessica Alba also makes an appearance.
      "You know, I'd want to attack you with my nuts even if they weren't possessed."
    • A group of Star Wars and Star Trek fans quarrel at a sci-fi convention. One fan dressed as Spock says that they can handle the situation logically...
    • Petroleum Pete notes the next time you see a hippie telling you about alternative fuels kick them in the balls or if they're a woman, in the taco.
    • When Cameron Diaz learns she has less then a day to live she decides to get some final revenge, hitting Ben Stiller and Bill Murray in the nuts with a baseball bat. She then goes to the house of John Rutter, who blackmailed her over topless photos. After his mom points out he's in prison, Cameron remembers she won that case. She hits his mom with the bat instead, noting "You win this round, John Rutter's nuts."
    • In the season 4 finale the characters recap what happened that season. An alien notes there were 50 nut shots. He then gets hit in the groin, and quickly updates the tally.
    • In the season 8 premiere, one skit has Captain Planet beating up a trio that was dumping a drum of toxic waste into a lake. One of them is hit in the groin with a live rabbit.
    • In one skit, The Nerd winds up in Game of Thrones. He tries to give Daenerys Targaryen sex advice, but since he doesn't know anything about how sex really works, Daenerys accidentally breaks Khal Drogo's dick.
    • In a confrontation between the Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom, Thing asks why Doom's so grouchy all the time. Flashback to a (partly accurate) scene from Doom's origin, where he takes a forged mask from the attendant monks and crams it onto his face before it's cooled, and upside down. Pulling it off becomes a painful business. Before that's properly done with the monks move on to the equally-hot codpiece. It also comes on upside-down...
    • In yet another skit, a group of young men excitedly run out of a theatre showing American Pie and into a McDonald's. There's a short pause, then they're heard screaming in pain.
      Announcer: And top off that Happy Meal with a tasty apple pie! (whispered) Warning: apple pies are hot! Do not stick your d*** in McDonald's apple pies!
  • One Rugrats episode features Drew trying to video tape Angelica in an attempt to get her on America's Wackiest Home Movies; needless to say her attempts to be funny were failing to say the least, until she's told to do something funny like on the show. She does. All you see is her on video swinging her baton towards the camera, Drew screaming in pain and Angelica holding the now bent baton with a confused look on her face.
  • Rocko's Modern Life:
    • In "The Good, The Bad, and the Wallaby", when Rocko asks the truckers taking the cattle to market to stop the truck, he is thrown forward and lands on an old chair. At first, he's relieved, but a spring pops up and sends him flying until he lands and takes a cactus to the crotch.
    • In "Hut Sut Raw", Rocko is picking berries for himself, Heffer, and Filburt to eat after getting lost in the woods. After picking a few, he grabs one and a loud scream is heard and a bear clutching his groin in pain runs him over. Sadly, this scene was Edited for Syndication, and does not even appear on the DVD sets, but Nickelodeon thankfully added it to their NickRewind Facebook page.
  • In Samurai Jack, The Scotsman's terrifying wife does this to the Celtic Demons leader, the Master of the Hunt, when he dares call her fat. Before he can even try to silence her, she's already punching the towering demon square in the junk and bending him over double just so she can reach up and pull him in for a proper Scottish headbutt.
  • The Simpsons features this trope in many episodes:
    • "Bart Star": Bart, wearing a cup, goads Milhouse into kicking his crotch. Milhouse repeatedly does so, to which Bart merely yawns. Eventually:
      Marge: Milhouse, stop that!
    • The infamous "Man Getting Hit by Football" short film (directed by and starring Hans Moleman) shown in "A Star Is Burns". Homer, upon seeing it, says "The contest is over, give that man the $10,000!", even though it was pointed out that this wasn't America's Funniest Home Videos. Homer replies, laughing the whole time, "but... the ball... his groin... it works on so many levels!"
      • Homer is apparently the only one who finds it funny. Yet at the end of the episode, Homer's comedic taste is vindicated when a remake of the film starring George C. Scott wins the Best Actor Oscar.
        George: Aaahh! My groin!
      • Jay Sherman also got hit by a football in the same episode.
        Nelson: Ha ha!
    • Homer Simpson himself is at the end of a variety of attacks to the groin, in the episodes "Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington", "Bart the Mother", "Little Big Mom", "Tennis The Menace", "Mom and Pop Art", "Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair)", "Goo Goo Gai Pan", "Treehouse of Horror XVII", "Million Dollar Abie", "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes", "Treehouse of Horror XIV", and "Weekend at Burnsie's", as well as in The Simpsons Movie, where he gets kicked in the crotch by a tree.
      Homer (skiing, accidentally doing the splits, Tempting Fate): "Owww, my legs! This is the worst pain ever!" (receives several additional attacks from moguls as he passes not-quite-over them)
    • In "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes", an episode spoofing The Prisoner (1967), Homer returns home only to be attacked by his own German body double. As the evil Homer tries to strangle him, Homer counters with this attack, reasoning that "If I know me, he won't like being kicked in the crotch!"
    • In "Homer to the Max", The "fat and stupid" version of the 'fictional' Homer Simpson (From the show 'Police Cops'), falls from a great height and lands on a cactus.
    • In "Lisa the Iconoclast", a flashback shows George Washington using his wooden false teeth to bite infamous pirate Hans Sprungfeld, a.k.a. Jebediah Springfield, on the family jewels.
    • In "Brother from Another Series", Sideshow Bob and Bart fall from the "new" Springfield Dam, and Bob lands straddling a large, protruding pipe. It's implied to be very painful, as Bob doesn't even scream, he just stares forward blankly, as still as a statue.
    • In an unusual female example in "Midnight Towboy", Marge knees a female child therapist in the crotch. Appropriately, the woman crumples over in pain.
    • In the "Treehouse of Horror XIV" segment "Frinkenstein", Professor Frink kills his father this way as the only organs he didn't have were testicles.
    • In "Treehouse of Horror IV", when attempting to stake the Vampire-Burns...
      Homer: (positions the stake) TAKE THAT, VILE FIEND! AH! AH! AH! AH! (Hammers the stake into Vampire-Burns)
      Lisa: Uh, Dad? That's his crotch.
    • Comic Book Guy gets kicked in the crotch by Nelson in "Lisa the Drama Queen", and Krusty shows an old clip from 1964 of him being bombarded by snowballs to the nuts in the episode "Simpsons Christmas Stories" (which he claims is his "most requested" clip all year).
    • Although it's offscreen in "Lisa's First Word" when a toddler Bart jumps off the TV trying to land on a sleeping Homer's stomach, when Bart makes the jump it implies he jumped a little too low and it cuts to Homer screaming in pain.
    • Subverted slightly in "Beyond Blunderdome", as during shooting of Rainier Wolfcastle's Saving Irene Ryan (Which Homer, Mel Gibson, and studio executives interrupted due to a chase between the executives and Homer/Gibson in regards to an edited film), Rainier's character is carrying Irene Ryan through a battlefield while she's kicking and screaming, and it is implied that she's kicking him in the crotch, yet his only reaction is "...and stop kicking me there!"
    • In "Million Dollar Abie", Bart is helping Grandpa train to be a bullfighter by pretending to be the bull, using a pair of horns strapped to his bicycle's handlebars. He misses Abe, but heads right for Homer, who's bent over trying to pick up a lucky penny that he found on the sidewalk. Bart manages to brake in time, but then Homer turns around and walks groin-first into the horn, complete with a cartoonish "doink" sound effect, and falls over clutching at himself.
    • "The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed": Bart gets groined by Dorit, the daughter of Jakob the tourist, and from Lisa herself; both in the art of Krav Maga.
    • "The Wandering Juvie" has this threatened by guest star Sarah Michelle Gellar at knife point.
      "Touch my fence again, and puberty's gonna be very boring.
      • The same character knees Bart in the crotch later in the episode.
    • In "Take My Wife, Sleaze" near the end when Homer gangs up on the bikers who had kidnapped Marge he punts one of them in the crotch; little did he realize at this point they had given up their violent ways.
    • Mabel Simpson, the true ancestor of the Simpson family in "The Color Yellow," threatens to shoot Colonel Burns in the groin with a shotgun should he ever try to approach her property again (especially to retrieve a runaway slave). Colonel Burns gets the hint and flees, although not before swearing revenge.
    • An eagle responds to Moe's bird call.
    • At one point, when kicked in that area, Homer yells "Ow, my thingies!"
    • In "Day of the Jackanapes", when Sideshow Bob hypnotizes Bart to kill Krusty during his last performance, he takes Bart to Krusty Burger so he can hit the Krusty statue's groin with a baseball bat.
  • In the Disney cartoon Soccermania, there are a few attacks to the groin. The first is on a hippo on Scrooge McDuck's team, who is accidentally hit in the crotch when one of his teammates crashes into him. The second one was when one of the Beagle Boys intentionally kicked the ball as hard as he could into the elephant goal keeper's crotch, in order to knock him backwards and score a goal.
  • South Park:
    • In "The List" Cartman comes up with "Operation: Cannot Possibly Fail", to steal the titular list from the girls. This involves Butters kicking Nelly, the girl carrying The List, in the balls, expecting her to fall on the floor from the pain and taking it. It becomes increasingly funny due to the looks of growing horror on the boys' faces when they don't get the expected results. (though unlike Peggy Hill, Nelly actually acknowledges that it did hurt her.)
      Cartman: Okay, our mission failed, but we've learned a lot. Primarily that girls do not have balls.
      Butters: [with a black right eye and his right arm in a sling] They sure don't.
      Cartman: Never mind, because we are going to Plan B, one that I call "Operation: Cannot Possibly Fail a Second Time."
      • Later on in the episode, Wendy does this to Lola to get the "real" list from the rest of the girls, and it actually works. Either Lola has balls, or Wendy simply just kicks much harder than Butters.
    • In "The China Probrem," a Running Gag is Butters accidentally shooting guys in the dick. Even Cartman thinks that's too far.
    • "Roshambo-ing". A "Cartman Roshambo" involves two guys taking turns and kicking each other in the nuts. Whoever is unable to stand up anymore loses. Obviously, these matches tend to be rather short. In South Park: The Stick of Truth, the Roshambo is one of the Fighter's special moves.
    • The boys' game of "I'll kick you in the nuts!" in "Here Comes the Neighborhood". And early!Cartman's repeated threats to kick people "squa' in the nuts".
    • In "Cartman Joins NAMBLA", Kenny hits his dad in the nuts with a baseball to prevent his parents from having another baby.
    • In "Cow Days" to make Cartman's elderly bull start bucking, Kyle hits it in the nuts with a snowball.
      Stan: What are you going to do?
      Kyle: Hit the bull in the balls with a snowball.
      Stan: Oh, yeah. That's a good idea.
    • In "The Return of Chef" Cartman tells Kenny "Spin Blossom Nut Squash!" who then headbutts a Super Adventure Club member in the proper area.
    • In "Tweek vs. Craig", Jimbo teaches Tweek how to box. Averted later in the episode when Mr. Adler tries to kill himself by lying down on the tablesaw feet first. He quickly repositions himself, noting "That would have hurt like hell!"
    • In "Succubus" Cartman promises the optometrist that if he calls him piggy one more time he would "rip his goddamn nuts off" with his bare hands.
    • "Hey hey let's go kenka suru/Taisetsu na mono protect my balls!"
    • In "Grounded Vindaloop", while thinking that he's in a VR simulation, Butters punches his father in the balls for all the times he's gotten grounded.
  • In the Spicy City episode "Sex Drive", a Dirty Cop is kicked in the groin.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants
    • In the episode "Karate Choppers", Sandy was supposed to karate-chop a fish in the groin but Nick considered it too inappropriate.
    • In "Life Insurance" after Squidward get burned by the obstacle course he set up to prove he's invincible, after he crashes into a wall he falls and hits his crotch on a lever that he slowly slides off.
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars:
  • Star Wars Rebels: In "Idiot's Array", Hera punches Lando Calrissian in the crotch for all the trouble he caused her, resulting in Lando briefly gaining Instant Soprano.
  • Stripperella features this quite often. In "Crime Doesn't Pay...Seriously, It Really Doesn't", she hits Cheapo between the legs with a giant spoon, and in "Evil Things Come in Small Packages", she takes out Small Fry by headbutting him in the crotch. She also hits Chief Stroganoff with a sledgehammer in "The Wrath of Klinko" because he wanted to try out a protective plate... but he thought he had to put it on after the blow.
    Stroganoff: Really? Well I'm lucky I lost my genitals in the war.
  • In The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries episode "Something Fishy Around Here", Sylvester J. Pussycat is whacked in the crotch with a bamboo staff by a ninja, lifted up off the ground, and thrown over the ninja's head.
    • Sylvester lands crotch-first on a water buffalo's head in the episode "This Is The Kitty", before uttering "grandmother" in a high pitched voice.
    • In "Don't Polka Me", Sylvester stomps on a floorboard and hits a grey cat in the groin in order to retrieve Tweety from him.
  • The Tales from the Goose Lady short "The Egg Who Would Be King" has Humpty Dumpty fall from his wall after a thrown tomato hits him in the crotch.
  • In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) episode "Metalhead," after a Kraang takes over Donatello's latest invention Metalhead and the turtles have a tough time even damaging it, Michelangelo attempts to kick Metalhead down below. Let's just say, the attack worked as well as you'd expect from it being used on a robot.
  • Another Disney cartoon that features a crotch-shot is TaleSpin. In the episode "Bullethead Baloo", Professor Buzz gets caught on a rocket, which flys around his lab, before crashing into Baloo's stomach, slamming him into a wall. Then, Buzz follows up by crashing into Baloo, and his beak hits him right in the groin, causing him to yelp.
  • Tiny Toon Adventures
    • "Europe In 30 Minutes" features a butler called Reginald getting his groin stepped on by a maid.
    • In "Minister Golf", one scene has Baby Plucky hitting his golf ball that ricochet's right into his dad's groin. Though not explicitly shown, his remark "Congratulations son, you're going to be an only child!" leaves little doubt about where that ball hit.
  • Titan Maximum:
    • "We know it has a crotch and we have a fist, meeting adjourned."
    • This is Sasha's preferred attack, whether on the ground, or on Titan, and she takes the trope to a new level. She tore a monster's heart out through its crotch. She later demonstrates an entire fighting style based on this trope, downing several armed soldiers in quick succession with nothing but brutal, complex groin attack combos.
      • Adding to this, the team faced a monster with an immunity to this trope, as it had no groin at all. Sasha refused to believe such a thing existed. Later, they fought their Arch-Enemy's Humongous Mecha, which had a groin protected by a force field.
  • Tom and Jerry
    • In the episode "The Flying Cat", Tom falls from out of the air and lands onto a tree, and then splits it in half with his groin with an accompanying sound of a buzzsaw.
    • In "A Mouse in the House" after Jerry hits Butch in the foot with a plank of wood while hopping in pain he accidentally steps on Tom's crotch causing him pain.
  • Total Drama has one or more of these in practically every episode with the most common victim being either Duncan or Harold.
    • In Season 1's "Brunch of Disgustingness", the teams had to eat plates of bull testicles for a gross food eating challenge. It was censored to "meatballs" in the American version, but they kept in the shot of a bull cowering in terror, so the point still got across.
    • It becomes a little heart breaking in season 3, when Owen says that he regrets breaking up with Izzy, and misses the way she would kick him in the 'kiwis' constantly.
    • In the 3rd season finale, Heather and Alejandro make-out for about 5 seconds, then Heather kicks him in the groin and pushes him onto an ice cube, letting him slide down the volcano, making him lose.
  • In the Total DramaRama episode "Free Chili", Jude gets hit in the groin by a toy train.
  • Transformers:
  • Trollhunters: Rule Number Three is "always kick them in the gronk-nuks." This is sometimes abstracted into Attack Its Weak Point, but it's repeatedly made clear that the original intent was entirely literal. It's also arguably the trollhunter's most effective weapon, having been used successfully on bullies, an evil troll prince, and an immortal lich.
  • On The Venture Bros., The Monarch threatens the crotches of the Venture family with the DREADED CANDIRU! A naughty little fish with a penchant for swimming directly up the human urethra! ...But Mother Nature beats him to it with a groin attack of her own.
    • In a later episode, Brock tortures one of Baron Ünderbheit's mooks by squeezing his testicles to get him to give away the Baron's location. In a case of Crosses the Line Twice, this causes him to notice that the mook has a lump in one testicle. The victim then tells him where the Baron is, figuring nothing matters to him any more.
    • In Season 4's "Handsome Ransom", the Monarch does this on Dr. Venture when they try to make a deal for $10 million in exchange for the titular brothers; instead, the supervillain decided to take the money "the Monarch way".
    • The Murderous Moppets in "Shadowman 9 In the Cradle of Destiny". They take out Henchman 21 & 24, as well as about a dozen other henchman, by kicking them all in their crotches.
    • In another episode, Hank Venture tries to dry out his crotch with a bathroom's hand dryer, but holds it there too long and his pants ignite. Dean tries to beat out the fire and ends up repeatedly striking his crotch.
    • Hank tries to use a gun, but the recoil makes the gun's butt fly back into his crotch.
    • In the episode "Every Which Way But Zeus", the boys and Sgt. Hatred pretend to kidnap Dr. Venture to make him feel less insignificant and Hank re-enacts the torture scene from Casino Royale (2006) with him. Subverted when it turns out he hasn't cut out the seat of the chair Dr. Venture is tied to, meaning that he's been hitting the seat rather than the victim's balls all along.
  • In the CGI Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner short "Flash in the Pain" after accidentally rolling off a cliff while trying to avoid a bomb, Wile Coyote bumps his crotch on a rock sticking out of the side, he lets out a high pitched grunt of pain before he slowly slides off it.
  • Not only does Rogue threaten this in X-Men: Evolution, she's Leaning on the Fourth Wall to do so. Catching Spyke with a video camera, she says if there's any footage of her "they're going to be calling you spike-less." It's not the bone quills she's referring to, and as she says the words she looks straight at the screen, possibly causing many a viewer to stop recording and erase their tapes.
  • In the Yin Yang Yo! episode "Gone A Fowl", Master Yo gets kicked hard in the crotch whilst fighting with a clown, and is knocked through the air, landing on top of a parked truck.
  • In a Season 3 episode of Young Justice, Count Vertigo tries to kidnap Queen Perdita. She winds up kicking him in the junk, then punching him in the face hard enough to break his nose. At which point he's revealed to actually be Psimon.
  • Zeroman: This is how The Castrato is defeated.