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"I can already tell that this is going to be a roller-coaster ride of disappointment."
God-Emperor of Mankind, If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device

This trope refers to situations when the character realizes they’re screwed, but groans instead of gasping. Inevitably followed by the lucky character just lowering their head and bulling through the punishment (or bending over and taking it, if they're really screwed). The accompanying Loud Gulp is optional. If they come out on top, the result is nearly always a Moment of Awesome, but this trope specifically refers to the "Oh, great" reaction before the pain begins. Operates on the same principle as understatement. Bystanders may offer commentary. If they make it through, they may shout "I'm Okay!" at the end, even if they're obviously not.

"Oh, that's not good" or "This is gonna hurt" are common variations, the latter especially if the situation is likely to result in pain or injury. A variation of Oh, Crap!, where the reaction is horror instead of resignation. Also a variation of Casual Danger Dialogue. Sometimes leads into a Curb-Stomp Battle or Bolivian Army Ending. The Deadpan Snarker's equivalent of the Obi-Wan Moment.

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  • M&M's:
    • An M&M commercial had Red demonstrating a new variety or feature by putting his partner Yellow inside a blender. Right before he switches the blender on, Yellow mutters in a low, resigned voice, "This is gonna hurt, isn't it, Red?"
    • One for pretzel M&Ms has Orange complaining about having a large pretzel put inside him. Cue said pretzel appearing on screen saying, "Listen buddy, I'm not too thrilled about this, either." The commercial ends with the pretzel cracking his knuckles and saying, "All right, let's get this over with."

    Comic Books 
  • During Batman: No Man's Land, The Joker was killing random construction workers during the rebuilding phase, trying to get Batman's attention. Just as he was about to cut some woman's nose up with a pair of scissors, a shadow falls over him. Joker proclaims "Darling, there you are! I was beginning to think you didn't love me... Anymore...?" He turns and sees not Batman, but Bane. "Oh, this is gonna suck..."
  • The climax of the Reach Arc in Blue Beetle gives us this glorious moment when Guy Gardener shows up:
    Milagro: I know you. My brother calls you the crazy one.
    Guy: That's right baby girl, I'm the crazy one.
    Random Reach Grunt: We're dead.
  • Phoney Bone in Bone when he has to go work at the tavern for Lucius, especially after the disastrous Cow Race. Phoney also bets Lucius that he can run the bar better than Lucius, and if he wins, he gets relieved of his debt. If, however, he turns out to be wrong, he has to work for Lucius for the rest of his life. Realizing almost immediately that this was a not-too-stellar idea (the townsfolk hate him, and won't patronize the bar at all while he's in charge), his reaction is "... groan I'm dead." Also when he finds out Grandma Ben is Queen of the Valley: "My life is gonna suck, isn't it?"
  • Disney Ducks Comic Universe: In The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck: Dream of a Lifetime, Donald Duck enters Scrooge's dreams and, through them, reviews several aspects of Scrooge's life. When he finds himself at a ship, he is relieved until he realizes it is the Titanic. "Oh, brother" really fits the problem.
  • Empowered, just after slipping from over ten stories:
    Emp: This sucks. *WHUDD*
  • Green Lantern: Happens to Kyle Rayner (often internally):
    Kyle: This is going to hurt.
    [smashes through a bus]
    Kyle: Yup.
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy story "Double Neggative" deals with a "cosmic egg" Grim has been entrusted to watch. If it cracks, it will cause a global apocalypse. Mandy steals it and lets Billy take the blame for it. At the end after a wild chase, Mandy reveals she has the cosmic egg in her dress pocket. She taps it to make sure it's safe...and cracks it.
    Mandy: Uh-oh...
  • Anytime a brawler says something involving learning more about how to fight.
  • An issue of Justice League of America has the league facing down a new alien menace. Batman has a plan, but it is rather dangerous for The Flash (it involves him riding a missile). When Flash shows up, Batman starts to explain the plan, while putting a companionable hand on Flash's arm. "He's touching me. Batman is touching me... I'm gonna die, aren't I?"
  • Basile in Léonard le Génie can often see the pain coming in advance. For example, when the aeroplane he is testing fails, he yells something like "I'm gonna break every bone in my bodyyyyyyyyyyy!!!" as he crashes down.
  • Things go From Bad to Worse so frequently in CrossGen series Negation that "BOHICA" (Bend Over, Here It Comes Again) used in this sense became Obregon Kaine's Catchphrase.
  • Invoked by The Captain in Nextwave, just before punching though a nuclear reactor.
    The Captain: This is going to sting.
  • Robin: At one point while pursuing a mysterious figure across Gotham's rooftops Tim Drake compares the situation to the first time Bane showed up and murmured "Got a feeling this is not good." before launching himself after them.
  • The Simpsons: In issue #40, Krusty the Klown is taping a show at the family's house. A stick of dynamite is lobbed through a window by Fat Tony's goons, and Homer tries to solve the problem by putting a vase over the stick and sitting on it. Krusty just shuts his eyes and plugs his ears, thinking, "Oh, this won't be pretty. But I gotta admit, it's already better than that sketch was ever gonna be."
  • Secret Wars II: The Beyonder, a nigh-omnipotent cosmic entity from beyond the multiverse, has turned himself into a human and is currently at Spider-Man's place. When he tells Peter he has this "strange pressure" he feels in his lower body, Peter tells him he probably needs to take a dump, which the Beyonder, having no concept of bodily waste, asks for him to elaborate. So with a resigned but unhappy "Oboy...", Peter has to teach a man how to poop.
  • Spider-Men II: When he sees a portal to another universe up close, Miles Morales says "I have a bad feeling about this."
  • Superman:
    • In Bizarrogirl, Supergirl swears when she sees Bizarro World crumbling apart, but her face is expressing this line.
      Supergirl: Oh, Rao.
      Bizarrogirl: (smiling) Swearing am un-ladylike, Bizarro Me. Me hate it!
      Supergirl: We're too late.
    • In The Death of Clark Kent, Jimmy Olsen says this almost word for word while in a multifaceted deathtrap waiting to be crushed. Played with in that saying this causes him to have an epiphany which allows Superman to break him out.
    • The Hunt for Reactron: When Nightwing realizes he and his companions have been surrounded by the Metropolis Science Police after being framed by murder and terrorist acts, he quietly mutters "Uh oh."
    • In Power Girl 2009 #5, Power Girl actually says "Oh Crap", but her face is expressing this line instead.
    • In Escape from the Phantom Zone, Supergirl whispers a soft "No" when she realizes that she and Batgirl have fallen into the clutches of Xa-Du, one of the most depraved and cruelest criminals from Krypton.
    • In Death & the Family, Supergirl and Gangbuster are trying to sneak into the hive through the sewers when Kara's super-hearing detects they are about to be intercepted by a swarm of arthropod monsters. Both heroes react by calmly stating they are about to go down fighting.
      Supergirl: Wait! I hear them. Rao. They know we're here.
      Gangbuster: Okay. Here we go. You ready to get the crap kicked out of you in order to save the world?
      Supergirl: (smiling) Always.
    • Adventures of Supergirl: When she first fights Rampage, Kara is trying to reach out to the D.E.O. when she notices Rampage towering over her. Supergirl has time to mutter "Uh-Oh" before being punched out of a stadium.
      Supergirl: Uh, guys? I think I made her mad! Any ideas here? Guys? Can you hear—?
      Rampage: Rampage Hurt!
      Supergirl: —Uh-Oh.
  • During the Union Jack miniseries, Jack-O-Lantern is desperately trying to flee from Uni, who's chasing him in a flying car. He sees a wall up ahead, and tries to convince the other Jack that they'll both be killed unless Union Jack backs off. The other Jack declares that he'd gladly crash his car if it takes out Lantern. Cue Lantern giving almost the exact words.
    "Oh, this is just gonna suck..."
  • The Falcon + Bucky Cap =
    Falcon: I'm not going to like this plan, am I?
    Bucky: Nope!
  • Said word for word in Ultimate Fantastic Four by Reed Richards as the Fantasticar gets shot down.
  • Watchmen: A scientist celebrating a job well done creating a psychic-squid beast as "special effects for a movie" actually a weapon that will be used to depopulate New York and blamed on a non-existent alien invasion decides to have a quick nookie with a coworker down in the hold. He finds a bomb. His last moments are squeezing her closer for comfort, and falteringly reassuring her that everything is fine.
  • In Zombies Christmas Carol, the narration and art emphasize that this is Scrooge's reaction to the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.
    Scrooge knew he would not awaken from this, safe in the comfort of his soft bedsheets. Old Jacob Marley's prediction demanded one final Spirit. Scrooge, now quite well versed in the comings and goings of Spirits, understood this to be a simple fact—Here was not a Thing in which to seek comfort.

    Comic Strips 
  • As seen in the page image, this occurs sometimes in Spy vs. Spy when the losing spy realizes he's come out on the wrong end of the duo's latest confrontation.
  • Happens twice during the formation of the Get Rid Of Slimy girlS club in Calvin and Hobbes:
    • When the duo tries to push the family car out of the garage to make room for their club, Calvin insists they don't ask for Mom's help because he doesn't want to bother her. When the car starts rolling toward the road, Hobbes' response is "I think your mom's going to be bothered."
    • When the car rolls across a busy road and into a ditch on the other side, Hobbes is visibly relieved that it didn't hit any other cars... while Calvin's response is just a horrified "Hooray, we're dead."
  • One FoxTrot strip saw Jason and Marcus deciding to launch a model rocket directly at themselves, reasoning that it's the safest option because their launches tend to veer wildly off-course anyways. Peter's response?
    "Hi, 9-1-1? Can you hold on a few seconds?..."

    Films — Animation 
  • The Incredibles: Prior to catching a train — literally — in the first section of the movie, Mr. Incredible winces appropriately. And near the end of the same movie, Syndrome also gets a moment of this right before the convertible Mr. Incredible himself tosses at him knocks him into the Turbine Blender of his Manta plane.
  • Batty in FernGully: The Last Rainforest gets one of these when Hexxus tries to crush him and Zack with falling debris.
    Batty: Ohhhh... this is gonna hurrrt...
  • Toy Story:
    • In Toy Story, Woody is already aware of the toy destruction Sid is capable of; when he and Buzz get trapped in Sid's room, Woody sees the atrocities he's committed against toys there and mutters "We are gonna die."
    • Toy Story 2:
      • The real Buzz quietly says "Oh, no" to himself before the second Buzz slams his face into the glass wall of the display case they're in.
      • Mr. Potato Head at the end when Mrs. Potato Head says she wants to adopt the aliens.
    • In Toy Story 3, when Andy's toys are first sent to the daycare, they get in place on the floor for the toddlers to find them. Buzz notices, with a sense of trepidation, that the more veteran toys are scurrying to find a hiding place. The door bursts open, and Rex is thrown to the side. Cue Buzz quickly flipping his helmet up just before a kid snatches him up.
  • In Over the Hedge, the Verminator, just before he and Gladys and Vincent are zapped by the Depelter Turbo: "Prepare for a lot of stinging!"
  • In A Bug's Life, when Hopper shows up, Heimlich whimpers "I think I'm going to wet myself".
  • In Atlantis: The Lost Empire, after the attack by the leviathan has left the expedition trapped under the ocean with a huge destruction of equipment, great loss of supplies, and many (off-screen) deaths, Rourke notes that their survival as well as any chance of finding Atlantis "rests with [Milo] and that little book".
    Mrs. Packard: We're all gonna die.
    • She says it again when the Big Bad threatens to leave everyone not on his side behind in the dying Atlantis, and she chooses to join the defectors.
  • Finding Nemo:
  • Monsters, Inc.: The first time George comes in contact with artifacts from the human world, he's understandably terrified. The second time, he seems much more resigned than scared when the CDA forcefully tackles him:
    George: Oh dear.
  • The Emperor's New Groove and its famous Inevitable Waterfall scene:
    Pacha: Uh-oh.
    Kuzco: (deadpan) Don't tell me — we're about to go over a huge waterfall.
    Pacha: (also deadpan) Yep.
    Kuzco: Sharp rocks at the bottom?
    Pacha: Most likely.
    Kuzco: ...Bring it on. [They go over the falls] BOOYAAAAHAHAHAHA!
  • In Anastasia, before the final confrontation between Anastasia and Rasputin, Rasputin's pet bat Bartok abandons his master, saying, "This will only end in tears."
  • In the straight to video Batman: Under the Red Hood:
    • When Jason sees the bomb is a few seconds away from exploding.
    • The Joker is kidnapped and tied up by the Red Hood:
      The Joker: [laughing] Okay, so... what's the plan? Slumber party? Charades? A little truth or dare? Yes! I start with dare!
      (The Red Hood pulls out a crowbar very menacingly.)
      The Joker: [alarmed] Well, maybe I'll just go with truth...
    • Also, when Black Mask sees Red Hood training a rocket launcher on him.
      Black Mask: [deadpan] Oh, hell.
  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers: Pete reacts to Mickey, Donald, and Goofy preparing to kick his fat ass in this way. Twice.
  • The Polar Express:
    The Conductor: Well, considering that we have lost communication with the engineer, and are standing totally exposed on the front of the locomotive, and the train seems to be accelerating, uncontrollably, not to mention that we are headed to Glacier Gulch, which just happens to be the steepest downhill grade in the world, I suggest we all hold on... TIGHTLY!
  • Sausage Party: Gum's reaction to the Druggie sobering up from the bath salts.
    • A case of Mentos has this reaction when a bottle of soda convinces him to join in a sacrifice against one of the humans during the final battle.
      Mentos: This is gonna hurt so fucking much.
  • In Disney's Cinderella, this is more or less the Duke's reaction to realizing that there's no way he can sugarcoat the fact that despite his best efforts, the mysterious woman the Prince danced with at the ball got away. Given that the King's reaction is to whip out a sword and try to behead him, the Duke's dread is understandable.
  • The Iron Giant:
    • When Mansley becomes lost for words upon discovering that the Giant is an art sculpture (Although, Hogarth and Dean disguised him with various metal pieces to stop the army from finding out), Rogard is so angered by the apparent false alarm that he tells Mansley to step outside so he can chew him out big time:
      Mansley: S-sir, I,I-
      Rogard: Step outside, Mansley.
      Mansley: (quietly) Yes, sir. (sighs)
      (Cut to the view of the window where Hogarth watches in amusement as Mansley is being yelled at by Rogard)
    • After Mansley is provoked into ordering a nuclear missile launched against the Giant, a furious General Rogard tells Mansley that the missile is locked onto the Giant's current position:
      Mansley: Wha....*turns around to see the Giant standing right there next to them and winces* ....ohhh.....
  • How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup, being a Deadpan Snarker, has this reaction quite frequently when he finds himself in a predicament.
    Hiccup: *after shooting down his first dragon* Did ANYBODY see that? *turns to find a Monstrous Nightmare right behind him* ...except for you?
    Hiccup: (when he finds himself flying directly into a fireball) Come on!
    Hiccup: (after Astrid has just discovered Toothless) Duh-duh-duh, we're dead.
  • Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths: During the final fight, Johnny Quick has this reaction when he attempts to pelt Flash with the remains of a broken device, only for Flash to deflect the shards by spinning around at rapid speeds, then reassemble said device and politely hand it back to Johnny.
    Johnny: Bugger.
  • Turning Red:
    • Mei's expression almost screams this when the fire escape starts collapsing under her weight during her nightmare run home from school.
      Mei: (in a tiny voice) Uh-oh.
    • After Mei's dad blurts out "It's happened already?!", Ming cringes to herself for a second — she knows damn well that Mei is not going to miss the question's implication, nor is she going to be happy about it.

    Films — Live-Action 
  • The porn director Dave Lodoski specialises in fetish films featuring women drowning in quicksand; in every film the victim's last words are invariably, "This sucks SOOOOOO bad!"
  • Will Smith's Catchphrase ("Aww hell naw!")
  • In The Abyss, as Lindsey Brigman is preparing to intentionally drown herself to enable an escape from a flooding mini-sub, she comments, "This was maybe not such a good idea..."
  • In National Lampoon's Animal House, when the gang enters the black night club, and everyone inside is instantly silent (including the band), Otter leans forward and says, calmly, "We are going to die."
  • Armageddon (1998) had Bruce Willis lamenting his decision to stay behind on the asteroid to manually throw the switch on the bomb that will split the asteroid in two, saying "This was a smart idea". Armageddon has one of these every five minutes, and then doubles up after they actually get into space.
  • In much the same vein, the Asterix adaptation Astérix and Obélix Take On Caesar has Centurion Caius Bonus, whose actor, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, was clearly chosen based on his ability to make faces that say "today is not going to be much fun", which get pulled out in every scene when he and Obélix interact, typically by means of Obélix punching him.
  • Baby's Day Out: "Ha-ha, ha-ha... the kid's in the gorilla cage."
  • Batman Begins has one of these for Ra's al Ghul when he realizes that Batman isn't going to save him. His reaction has this expression written all over it.
  • In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman, being a stoic badass, only gives a dejected "Oh, shit" when he's trapped in his downed Batplane, about to be blasted to atoms by Doomsday's Eye Beams.
  • In Black Hawk Down, Colonel McKnight has more than a bad gut feeling about the mission.
    McKnight: No Spectre gunships, daylight instead of night, late afternoon when they're all fucked up on Khat, only part of the city Aidid can mount a serious counter-attack on short notice... What's not to like?
  • In Cannibal! The Musical, the juvenile character Humphrey uses the exact phrase before crossing the Green River.
  • In The Cat in the Hat, when the Cat is posing as a piñata, and one boy comes up with a large slugger bat:
    Conrad: This cannot end well.
  • In Cloverfield, Hud muses aloud that they could enter Beth's tilted and half-collapsed apartment building through the adjacent building it's leaning on, only to start babbling that it's a very bad idea when Rob opts to do just that.
  • Cube 2: Hypercube. One man trapped in the cube is Driven to Suicide by hanging himself with his belt, but is rescued by the others. So he then handcuffs himself to a wall so he can be killed by an Advancing Wall of Doom that ages all the matter in the room by decades if not hundreds of years. Seeing the effect it has on his briefcase leads him to remark "this is gonna hurt".
  • In Days of Thunder, during one race where Cole is heading in for a pit stop, he has to swerve to avoid another car that suddenly pulls out in front of him. This causes him to spin out and, upon realizing he's about to hit the pit wall head-on at what is, by pit stop standards, a fairly high speed, Cole says, "Uh-oh, this is gonna hurt."
  • Vasily Stalin in The Death of Stalin has just enough time to call "Medic!" before a royally pissed-off Marshal Zhukov walks up and slugs him in the stomach.
  • Die Hard: as John McClane always improvises, and usually with something that'll get him killed if it fails, he's always spurring this kind of phrase.
    • "Oh, John, what the fuck are you doing?" (in the first film, just before he jumps off the roof with nothing but a fire hose tied around his waist to hold him up)
    • "Ah John, what the fuck are you doing out on the wing of this plane?" (second, trying to stop a plane from taking off)
    • "This is a bad idea!" (third, about to jump on a subway train from the sidewalk; fourth, about to throw a car into a helicopter).
  • In Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Freddy Benson's face as Lawrence Jamieson prepares to run at him and smack his legs from across the room. He states this trope name without speaking a word.
  • Downfall: Hitler's subordinates react this way several times when they have to give him news that is certain to send him into another screaming rage, such as the report that Steiner was unable to launch a counterattack and the news that Himmler tried to make a surrender deal with the Allies.
  • The Funhouse Massacre: When Deputy Doyle sees he's going to have to fight Rocco The Clown all by himjself, he quips that he felt that it would be him.
  • Captain Nesmith of Galaxy Quest gets one of these after realizing that "Gorignac" was not the multi-eyed pig-like monster that he was managing to outsmart, but rather the 40 foot high rock monster that was forming behind him.
    "Oh darn."
  • The Gentlemen: Coach is both horrified and frustrated when he learns that 1) his students just robbed a drug dealer, 2) they used his van for the robbery and are unloading the marijuana at his gym, 3) they posted a video of the crime on YouTube, and 4) that the stolen marijuana belongs to Mickey Pearson. Those four moments are drawn out over two nonconsecutive scenes, but it's clear that he's aware of how badly this is likely to turn out from the very beginning. Weirdly, it actually doesn't work out that badly for him, partly because he recognises how much it's going to suck if he doesn't fix it, and partly because he chooses apology and restitution - while everyone else who crosses Mickey takes a far less civilised route.
  • George of the Jungle features George — who incidentally thinks that hitting the tree at the end of the swing is proper vine-swinging technique — attempting to psych himself up for the epic distance he has to travel at the film's climax. "This biggest swing in jungle history. Will hurt very much... But George have to do it." The swing is so long that he builds up enough velocity ("This gonna hurt...") to actually knock a George-shaped section of bark off the other side of the tree. That's Gotta Hurt.
    George: ...George not feel so good.
  • Ghostbusters:
  • Hannibal. After being handcuffed to Clarice Starling, Hannibal Lecter holds a hatchet above her wrist (after she refuses to give him the key) and says, "You know, this is really going to hurt." He then cuts off his own hand. (Averted in the book.)
  • If Hellboy says "Oh, Crap!", it's one of these moments.
    • A better example might be during the climax of the first movie, in which Hellboy is about to be swallowed by the monster he's been fighting, right after setting his grenade belt to blow: "Oh, this is gonna hurt."
      • What makes Hellboy the master of this is that he pulls one off AFTER he beats the monster: "I'm gonna be sore in the morning..."
  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies: After Thorin holes up in the mountain and refuses to listen to reason, Gandalf and Bilbo go outside to speak with Dáin Ironfoot, his cousin, who has arrived with an army to help.
    Bilbo: Is Dáin like Thorin?
    Gandalf: I've always found Thorin the more reasonable of the two.
  • Said word for word in the Jackass movies when the guys are confronted with stunts that even they know are going to terrify the lights out of them.
    • Actually lampshaded by Bam in Jackass Number Two, before performing one of the stunts:
      Bam: Here we are at some random-ass ranch... and this is The Brand... And it's gonna suck...
  • Jason X features one female protagonist being sucked out into space through a tiny jagged hole. She laments, just before losing her grip, "This sucks on so many levels!"
  • The Lord of the Rings:
    • The Fellowship of the Ring:
      Boromir: They have a cave troll.
    • Gandalf also has a rather unique one in Moria when he realizes just what caused the hundreds of goblins surrounding them to flee in terror.note  He just...closes his eyes and is still for a moment. This what panic looks like from someone with too much self-control to show it to others.
    • In the Extended Edition of The Two Towers, Boromir has this reaction upon learning that Denethor has come to congratulate them for retaking Osgiliath.
    • Théoden's expression immediately before being bowled over by the Witch-King screams this trope.
    • As does Gandalf's when a large number of trolls burst through one of the gates in Gondor in The Return of the King. Made particularly amusing by the fact that he'd just been giving the Gondorian soldiers a pep talk to the effect of "You are soldiers of Gondor! No matter what comes through those gates, you will stand your ground!"
  • In The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Ian Malcolm (who survived the events of the previous movie) sees the T. rex duo about to attack the trailer.
    Malcolm: Hang on, this is gonna be bad.
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe:
    • In Iron Man 2, when Tony and Rhodey/War Machine are enjoying their victory over the Hammer drones, Ivan Vanko arrives wearing his own suit of armor. Rhodey's response? "Oh, this ain't gonna be good..."
    • Thor:
      • Loki has apparently just managed to talk the Jotuns into allowing them all to leave alive. Then one very large Jotun pushes Thor too far...
        Jotun soldier: Run back home, little princess.
        [Thor smirks and readies his hammer]
        Loki: Damn.
      • Later on, Coulson's reaction to fire bellowing up from the stomach of The Destroyer:
        Coulson: Here we go...
    • The Avengers movie:
      • Loki has this reaction after being captured and realizing he's about to get a visit from Thor.
      • Tony has just enough time to say "Uh oh" after he gets one of the helicarrier turbines running...with him still in it. His suit is the only reason he isn't blended.
      • Similarly, Black Widow's reaction when Tony flies in with a giant bio-mechanical alien flying leviathan thing in hot pursuit.
        Tony: Guys, I'm bringing the party to you.
        Natasha: I... I don't see how that's a party.
      • Loki again, at the end of the movie as he's finally crawling out of the hole the Hulk smashed him into and turns to see the full team behind him, looking very, very angry. His face basically screams this trope as he asks for that drink...
    • Then again in Avengers: Age of Ultron:
      (Tony in Hulkbuster Armor repeatedly punching the Hulk)
      Tony: gotosleepgotosleepsotosleepgotosleep...
      (Tony hits Hulk hard in the jaw. Hulk turns, spits out a tooth, and glares right at him.)
      Tony: [Calmly, but terrified] I'm sorry.
    • In the opening to Ant-Man, Howard Stark winces and closes his eyes not for his sake, but for that of Mitchell Carson, who just callously invoked the death of Hank Pym's wife to Hank's own face. Sure enough, Carson gets his face bashed into a table moments later.
    • In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, this is Rocket's reaction when he realizes Groot has run away with the bomb.
      Rocket: We're all gonna die.
      • Earlier, when Yondu realizes Rocket's set a course for Ego, he explains why it's such a bad idea.
        Yondu: It ain't healthy for a mammalian body to hop more than 50 jumps at a time.
        Rocket: I know that.
        Yondu: We're about to do 700!
        (Cue the Body Horror as they learn firsthand what so many jumps at a time does to a body.)
    • Avengers: Infinity War has Thor and Eitri discuss this while forging Stormbreaker:
      Thor: "Allfathers give me strength..."
      Eitri: "You understand, boy? You're about to take the full force of a star. It'll kill you."
  • Mission: Impossible Film Series:
    • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol: Brandt is very unhappy that he's being asked to jump several stories relying on an IMF magnetic robot and the metal suit he'e wearing under his clothes to catch him and keep him from being impaled, into what he describes as an oven, where he'll then have to wait for codes the rest of the team is getting while he's doing this.
    • Mission: Impossible – Fallout has Benji figuring out a way to stop the villainous nuclear detonation. Ilsa asks if this means the bombs need to be started in the first place, and he confirms. Fitting of the trope, she just stoically replies "OK!"
  • A bit of a meta-example, during the filming of Monty Python's Life of Brian, they engaged in a bit of Enforced Method Acting, telling the extras playing guards that they would be fired if they started laughing. Cue the filming of the infamous Biggus Dickus scene. Near the end, one of the surviving guards was singled out, and you can just see this phrase run through his mind as it was happening.
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol; at the start of the Ghost of Christmas Yet-To-Come sequence;
    Rizzo the Rat: Oh, this is too scary. I don't think I wanna see any more!
    Gonzo: When you're right, you're right. [turning to face the audience] You're on your own, folks. We'll meet you at the finale!
  • In Next (2007), Frank Cadillac (Nicolas Cage) can see a bit into the future. Right before he gets punched in the face, he mumbles "Incoming."
  • Notting Hill; Hugh Grant's character is climbing over a fence in a most inept manner; he exclaims "Ohh, this is going to be very unpleasant." He then bangs his shin and swears wholeheartedly.
  • Averted in The Perfect Storm. When the boat is sinking, and the water is rising where the crew members are trapped, the one fisherman's last words are "This is going to be really hard on my kids."
  • Pirates of the Caribbean:
  • Prom Wars: Tess wearily says "shit balls" when her friends overhear her breaking the contest rules by giving the Selby students inside information. She gets punished by being forced to spend some time cheerleading, which she is very unenthusiastic about.
  • In Rampage, this is Okoye's reaction to seeing Lizzy for the first time:
    Okoye: "...That sucks."
  • The magnificently campy flick The Return of Swamp Thing has a hilarious moment near the end when mercenary leader Gunn makes the mistake of taunting Swamp Thing about the things he and his goons did to Swamp Thing's Love Interest. Swamp Thing calmly plucks a grenade off Gunn's belt, yanks out the pin, and then stuffs it down into Gunn's pants:
    "Aw shit, man!" *Ka-BOOM!*
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: On the way to Julie's party, Scott and Neil complain about how much the party's gonna suck.
    Scott: Oh man, this is gonna suck!
    Neil: Suck!
    [cuts to them at the party]
    Scott: Oh man, this sucks!
    Neil: Sucks.
  • Serenity gives us this exchange early on.
    Wash: Well, if she can't get me some extra flow from the engines to offset the burn-through, this landing is going to get pretty interesting.
    Mal: Define "interesting."
    Wash: [completely deadpan] "Oh God, oh God, we're all going to die"?
    Mal: [pulls down intercom speaker] This is the Captain speaking. We're having a little problem with our entry sequence, so we may experience some turbulence, and then... explode.
    [just after that on a different part of the ship]
    Jayne: Are we gonna explode? I don't wanna explode.
    • That scene is mostly a joke about Star Trek: TOS, in which Spock would say that something was about to get 'interesting'. Then various other characters would 'define' it...
  • In Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird, Big Bird is adopted into a family of dodos. Of course, while they turn out to be a loving family, they happen to be ditzes that waste all their time hunting for worms, have no idea on how to use lawnmowers, prefer to pretend to be themselves, and reject friendships with non-birds. Big Bird even knew that this would not be a walk in the park.
    Big Bird: "Big Dodo!?"
  • 7 Man Army: A bombed-out, barely surviving platoon of seven Chinese soldiers had recaptured a section of the Great Wall from the Japanese. But then, they received news from a captured radio from the Japanese forces that a Japanese reinforcement of 2,000 soldiers, complete with tanks, are coming to retake the fort.
  • Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows features an extended battle on a train, culminating with one Mook accidentally dropping a grenade without a pin into a bag full of grenades. The poor bastard has enough time to look up at his mate and wince.
  • Mr. Hinx, the Implacable Elite Mook in Spectre, gives his one and only line in the film when he realizes he's about to be yanked out of a speeding train by his neck.
    Hinx: "Shit."
  • Sleepers: Shakes has an emotional breakdown after his sentencing to juvie. He cries and tells Father Bobby about his fear to face his punishment. It doesn't help that Shakes's father did some time at Wilkinson's Home for Boys too.
  • In Star Trek: Generations, as the saucer section of the Enterprise-D hurtles towards the ground of Veridian III, Data manages to convey the situation in two words that are this trope, Precision F-Strike, and one other: "Oh shit!". Data's later able to at least get thrusters working so he can try to level their descent. Riker, who is Acting Captain while Picard's teaming up with Kirk, responds thusly:
  • Every Star Wars movie to date, and a lot of Expanded Universe works as well, includes the phrase "I've got a bad feeling about this". Han Solo seems to be the preferred Phrase Catcher, leading people to create Epileptic Trees fan theories that he is a Force-sensitive who slipped through the cracks.
    • In The Phantom Menace, “I have a bad feeling about this” is young Obi-Wan Kenobi's very first line, unknowingly sensing the involvement of the Sith in the events that are upon them. Cue Qui-Gon giving him a lecture on keeping his thoughts in the here and now. A bit later on, after Boss Nass sends the clumsy exile Jar-Jar Binks on his way with Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan, he says this to himself as he's being uncuffed:
      Jar-Jar: Count me outta dis one. Better dead here than deader in the core. Ye gods, whatta mesa saying?
    • In Attack of the Clones, Obi-Wan is fighting Jango and dropkicks him off the platform... only to realize that he is actually tied to the guy. "Oh, not good!"
    • A New Hope: When the heroes find themselves in the garbage masher.
      Han: You know, it's not going to take them long to figure out what happened to us.
      Leia: It could be worse.
      (something moans inside the masher)
      Han: It's worse.
    • The Empire Strikes Back has Han Solo say something similar when he's trying to outrace the Empire:
      Han: I think we're in trouble.
      C-3PO: If I may say so, sir, I noticed earlier the hyperdrive motivator has been damaged. It's impossible to go to lightspeed!
      Han: We're in trouble!
    • Return of the Jedi contains an extended sequence when Luke and Han are being ferried out to the Sarlacc pit for execution:
      Han: Together again.
      Luke: Wouldn't miss it.
      Han: How are we doing?
      Luke: Same as always.
      Han: That bad, huh?
    • In The Force Awakens, Han notes that he's "got a bad feeling about this" when Rey releases the Rathtars.
    • In The Last Jedi, Captain Canady reacts to bombers coming for his dreadnought while his point defense cannons are being taken out:
    Officer: Resistance bombers approaching!
    Captain Canady: (grits teeth) ... Of course they are.
  • Stroker Ace: "You better grab something that floats, Boss." Happens a few seconds before Arnold and Torkle crash through a picnic area and into a lake.
    • Meets Oh, No... Not Again! when Harry Gant realizes Audrey James is once again in position to shove him into Stroker, a move which took him out of the race last time.
  • The Suicide Squad: Bloodsport spends half of the movie like this, reacting to every spot of bad luck or bizarre idiosyncrasy of his teammates with deadpan resignation.
    Bloodsport: We're all gonna die.
    Polka-Dot Man: I hope so.
    Bloodsport: Oh, for fuck's sake...
  • In Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen, Epps has called for air support during a heavy firefight.
    Epps: [to Lennox] I hope these F-16s got good aim.
    Lennox: Yeah, why is that?
    Epps: I told them to hit the orange smoke.
    [orange smoke drifts into the shot, surrounding them]
    Lennox: You mean that orange smoke?
    Epps: It wasn't my best toss, okay?
    [Beat as both characters are silent, and the trope name can practically be seen going through both their minds.]
    • Epps gets another one earlier, when he sees the various Decepticons coming at their group of soldiers and Autobots:
      "We're 'bout to get our asses kicked!"
    • This from Lennox in the first film during the Mission City battle:
      [Hears helicopter and turns around in time to see Blackout landing on top of a building]
      Lennox: Oh, we're so dead.
  • In United 93, which can also be considered a Real Life example, the passengers are well aware that their chances of survival are slim, even with an experienced pilot and retired air-traffic controller among them.
  • In We Were Soldiers, Sergeant Major Plumley lays it out for the surrounding younger (and many wounded) troops as their HQ is about to be overrun by the NVA:

  • The Trope Namer is in the novel Blade of Tyshalle by Matthew Woodring Stover. The main character, Hari, is a paraplegic — and at the moment, he is trapped in a burning building thanks to an assassination attempt. His 200-lb. companion has been knocked unconscious and must be dragged along, the air is full of dust and smoke (making it hard to breathe), his wheelchair is unavailable, and he has to bypass several stories of staircase anyways before he can find an exit. "This, thought Hari, is gonna suck." Don't worry, he gets them both out alive.
  • In a short story involving Johannes Cabal the Detective, Cabal is drinking with a Mr. Samhet when he realizes his sherry has been spiked. Because Cabal didn't drink that much, and being of the precise scientific mind, he manages to calmly say "I appear to have been drugged." This is subverted as the sedative takes further hold and Cabal manages to say “Unghk" and "Bolph." before passing out.
  • Standard reaction for the characters of the Warhammer 40,000: Gaunt's Ghosts books whenever a Chaos superheavy tank, daemon, or similar threat shows up.
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Arthur Dent's catchphrase: "So this is it. We're going to die." Thoroughly lampshaded as a Captain Obvious Moment.
  • In Chris Wraight's Battle of the Fang, the Space Wolf called Blackwing ejects from his heavily damaged scout ship seconds before it blows up. Drifting away from the blast, he soon finds himself in the path of one particularly large piece of fast-flying debris. He has just enough time for three thoughts, the last of which is "This is really going to hurt.". Cue plasma drive shaft smashing into armored Space Marine at a couple hundred mph.
  • Harry and Ron in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets when they get busted by Snape and are threatened with expulsion for flying Arthur Weasley's car to Hogwarts. They get off with a warning only because Professor McGonagall is in charge of deciding their punishments, not Snape.
  • This is Marco's modus operandi in several volumes of Animorphs.
  • Legacy of the Aldenata: In A Hymn Before Battle, an ACS troopernote  comments, just before getting his hand blown off by a grenade he had planted as part of an effort to escape from a collapsed building, "This is gonna hurt".
  • In the Honor Harrington novels, someone typically says something along these lines in most of the battles. One specific example, from In Enemy Hands:
    "Damn," Alistair McKeon said almost mildly.
  • The Dresden Files: If Harry Dresden can see his beatdown coming, he'll usually say something like this.
  • The first chapter of The Black Gryphon ends with Skandranon Rashkae taking a crossbow bolt through the wing and going into an uncontrolled crash landing (something he apparently did many times during his long military career according to the later books). The absolute last sentence of the chapter is "Oh, sketi, this is going to hurt."
  • In Of Fear and Faith, Kavik basically has this to say about the huge horde of Nichts approaching the fortress near the end of one chapter, then Aiden has a similar moment in the next chapter after red rain starts falling from the sky. Aiden in particular seems more annoyed by how cliched it is than by the dangerous implications of it.
  • In Heart of Steel, Alistair's reaction to his brilliant idea of delaying Cyborg!Jim (while disoriented, missing his usual mechanical omniscience, and sleep-deprived) to give Julia enough time to reach the manual override on the other side of a door is summarized thus:
    This was not the worst idea Mechanus had ever had.
  • In Kitty Goes to War, Kitty and two fellow werewolves stop a fleeing wizard with some Car Fu, while still in the car.
    Kitty: We can still stop him, it won't hurt us.
  • In The Silver Codex this is Xarissa's attitude towards being a Scribe. This changes by the end.
  • Several of the Horatio Hornblower books mention the "traditional blasphemous prayer" that sailors utter when they're forced to wait for an enemy ship to deliver a broadside: "For what we are about to receive..."
  • Words of Radiance (second book of The Stormlight Archive): When Kaladin blows the king's plan by accusing a highlord of murder, the entire arena goes dead silent... except for Adolin, who just groans. He later explains to Kaladin that it was like Kaladin spit on the king's gift, and there was no way it was going to end well for him.
  • The Divine Comedy's Dante, upon seeing the penance of those guilty of pride in Purgatory, says he can already feel the weight of the boulders on his back, since he expects to spend time there once he dies.
  • In The Nikolai Duology, a spin-off novel from The Grisha Trilogy, Nina has this reaction while stumbling through a snowstorm... and straight into a pack of wolves:
    Nina: Of course... Matthias, your country can kiss my fat Grisha ass.
  • Azusa, the protagonist of I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, is so ridiculously, absurdly overpowered that nothing and no one can beat her, and every fight ends up a Curb-Stomp Battle in her favour. As all she wants to do is live a peaceful, carefree life, she often has this reaction to powerful creatures and beings challenging her, or requesting her assistance to face even stronger foes.
  • Discworld: In Night Watch, the main character gets the upper hand on three guys who want to beat him up, and is just talking about how he's going to walk away when the fourth one puts a crossbow to his head. Oops.
    Vimes: I'll just stand with my legs wide apart, shall I?
  • Daylen has this reaction in Shadow of the Conqueror, when he comes to terms with the idea of Lyrah following him around, even telling himself to "Suck it up and take the torture." She feels the same about the arrangement due to his appearance and voice.
  • The Tower, one of two novels two inspire The Towering Inferno has Harry Whittaker, a corrupt safety inspector involved in Cutting Corners, experience this after seeing about the fire on the news, and realizing that the corruption he'd spent so long justifying to himself is going to get people killed, and that the investigation into who is criminally liable will lead to him very quickly.

  • In the Charlie Daniels song "Uneasy Rider '88", two Good Ol' Boy Southerners on a road trip walk into a bar where "they had a punk rock band and some orange-haired fella singing 'bout suicide". The singer tells his friend Jim that "this ain't our kind of place" and that they really need to leave. Jim is insistent, so the singer walks in against his better judgment. Sure enough, Jim and the singer end up starting a Bar Brawl. Just before the fight starts, all the singer can think is "this is the end!" because he's about to be on the other end of everybody in the bar headed right for him.
  • This sums up Dr. Light's feelings in the first half of the song "Here Comes The Arm" from The Protomen's The Father of Death.
  • The Sarah McLachlan song "Hold On" has a line "Hold on, hold on to yourself, this is gonna hurt like hell". It's referring to emotional pain rather than physical, but the message is the same.
  • In the same vein as Sarah McLachlan above, Nikki Sixx released a book accompanied by his band Sixx:A.M.'s album, both titled "This is Gonna Hurt". Both the book and the album revolves heavily around things that most people consider taboo, or outright find painful to even think or talk about. It's not about physical pain, though the cover-art to the album depicts a heart that's been pierced by a couple of black spikes...
  • Beth Orton's Break-Up Song "This One's Gonna Bruise".
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic gets one in "Albuquerque," when the song's narrator opens his hotel room door to find a "big fat hermaphrodite with A Flock of Seagulls haircut and only one nostril" on the other side: "Oh man, I hate it when I'm right."

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    Professional Wrestling 
  • It's impossible to count the number of heels who are in the ring doing a big speech boasting of their greatness... and then the loud gong sounds. They have one brief second of horror before the lights go out and a beat-down is inevitable.
  • A Five-Second Foreshadowing case. Before WrestleMania 23's "Battle of the Billionaires" Vince McMahon announces he's going to make his son Shane the special referee, clearly to make sure Vince wins. Shane comes out to break it to Vince that the board has vetoed that plan and appointed someone else. When Vince demands who, Shane very reluctantly whispers into his ear. Vince appears as if he's about to either scream, cry, or keel over... and the glass shatters.
  • Witness any pro wrestler who finds himself standing across the ring from The Giant. Their body language says it all.
    • Hornswoggle (a 3'10" leprechaun) started crying when he saw that he had to go up against the 7'2" Great Khali.
    • Tommy Dreamer had one of these moments after being told that he had 30 seconds to make it to the ring for his match. He just barely manages to beat the clock, celebrates that... then turns around to see his opponent, the 6'9" 487-lb. Big Daddy V. Dreamer's expression at that moment says it all.
  • John Cena's reaction when Mick Foley revealed that he was about to do "This Is Your Life" with him. It was the only time Cena was ever glad to see The Rock, who ended it before it got any worse.
  • ECW's Axl Rotten sent this message to his opponents, carrying around a chair which featured the words, "THIS IS GONNA HURT!"
  • Dean Ambrose did this when speaking to Roman Reigns and John Cena via titantron and members of The Authority just appeared backstage surrounding him.

  • In Dawn of a New Age: Oldport Blues, when it's suggested that the newly-empowered characters become superheroes, Rose's only response is to bemoan that they're all gonna die.

    Stand-Up Comedy 
  • Part of an old routine by Canadian comedian Mike MacDonald. He thinks that death during skydiving due to parachute failure would suck, because after a couple of minutes you'd get tired of screaming. Then what? "Oh, God, this is gonna hurt... how did I let those jerks talk me into this?!" [shakes fist at the sky]
  • Christopher Titus has a story about falling into a bonfire, and being conscious while the doctor treats him. Couldn't feel it though... at the time.
    "This is gonna hurt tomorrow, huh?"
    • Namely, getting anesthetized (while still drunk, so the effects were doubled) and having his crispy palms be scraped with the equivalent of a pumice stone. The sound alone is enough.
  • Comic Steve McGrew has this take on going down in a plane crash:
    "Lots of folks'll say something like 'Well, I guess it was just their time' whenever that kind of stuff happens, but what if it's the guy sittin' next to you's time? It's his time to die and we're all on his flight; this is gonna suck!"
  • From Denis Leary, formerly the quote for this trope:
    "And you know what Hell is, folks? It's Andy Gibb...singing Shadow Dancing for eons and eons. And you have to wear orange plaid bell-bottoms and sit next to the Bay City Rollers. 'How you guys doing? This is gonna SUCK!'"
  • Jeff Foxworthy uses this to describe every guy coming home to his wife after spending too much time at the bar.
    "I'd rather slam my weenie in a sliding door than go in this house right now."
    • Or from Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, describing the dread of taking kids into a grocery store:Why? 
    “I would rather take a beating with a brick stick than take kids in the grocery store.”

    Tabletop Games 
  • A standard reaction to a certain group of circumstances in Warhammer 40,000. A partial list is as follows:
    • Something really, really big comes on from reserves/teleports in.
    • A Baneblade or Titan opens fire.
    • An Ork mob charges.
    • And then there's the flip from triumph when you finally kill that one unit and mentally pan out to see that the entire rest of the opposing army is within assault distance next turn.
    • The blast attack doesn't scatter. Or does, if it's your Vindicator and not the other guy's.
  • In Dungeons & Dragons, this would be anytime the DM asks you to make a save...with your weakest save. Examples include Fortitude involving some form of expensive-to-cure poison or disease, Reflex a lovely pit of spikes...and Will is you losing your mind.
    • Anytime the Barbarian starts to rage. Doubly so if they're a Frenzied Berserker.
    • A monster casually walks up to you. Assume the worst.
    • You feel an unholy chill fall over the room.
    • If you see the Dungeon Master smiling... or in certain cases, chuckling. There are plenty of cases where that will chill you.
      • If he opens up to the D section of the Monster Manual. Demon, Devil, Dragon, even Dinosaur if you're low to midlevel...
      • If the DM instructs you to roll d20 for no specified reason, then nonchalantly says "Oh, nothing" when you report the (low) result and ask what your PC might've seen or heard.
      • A nat 1 for a Perception roll.
      • Or, if you're the DM, the players going Off the Rails. Off to extensive plot rewriting you go!
    • If an enemy rolls a 20 when attacking you, they're going to be doing a lot of damage. Doubly so if it's a powerful enemy like a dragon. The only thing you can do in this situation is to pray they roll badly for damage.
  • All tabletop horror games can and will mess with your characters in the worst way. Embracing the horrors just makes it suck less... temporarily.
  • Warhammer: Battle is just as bad as 40000 when given some of the war machines. Like one of the spells from the Lore of Tzeetch list (Infernal Gateway) that whose strength is equal to 2d6. Since the max characteristic test is 10, if the strength rolled is a 11 or 12 it will instant kill a whole unit, no saves allowed. A Tzeetchen sorcerer killed a unit of 400 points of orks, plus standard bearer and general, in one move. It wasn't pretty. Eventually it was declared a Game-Breaker and toned down so that an "overkill" roll is made into a whole bunch of high-strength hits; it's still gonna suck, but now it's just an ordinary kill instead of a potential total wipeout.
  • Any fight against a Yozi or Deathlord in Exalted. Among gaming groups with notably low opinions of the 2e system, any fight at all will attract this kind of reaction, but Yozis and Deathlords are kind of the gold standard.
  • The official Firewall response to The Virus in Eclipse Phase is heavy on phrases like "at all costs" and "It's The Only Way To Be Sure". The unofficial Firewall response, invented anew whenever a team of sentinels has its first encounter with an Exsurgent outbreak, is heavy on phrases like "be glad your synthmorph does not need to change pants" and "make sure your backups are in order and stored at a safe distance".

  • In Philip Barry's play Holiday, Linda reacts this way to discovering that she has fallen in love with her sister's fiancé.
    Linda: I love the boy, Neddy.
    Ned: I thought so. — Hell, isn't it?
    Linda: I guess it will be.
  • In the 2000 adaptation of Jesus Christ Superstar, out of all the terrible things that Jesus goes through, it's when the flash-and-dazzle badgering of "Herod's Song" really gets going that he seems to think something along these lines.
  • In Hamilton, Burr does this a few times:
    • Before John Laurens' duel with Charles Lee, when Burr realizes that Hamilton can't be dissuaded from the duel:
    Hamilton: How many men died because Lee was inexperienced and ruinous?
    Burr: Okay, so we're doin' this.
    • His reaction to hearing Washington's Leitmotif after the duel, since Washington explicitly said he didn't want to anyone to confront Lee over his insults.
    Burr: This should be fun...

  • In BIONICLE, Lewa finds himself surrounded and held at spearpoint by a group of angry Agori:
    Lewa: Oh. It's going to be this kind of day.

    Web Animation 
  • Charlie the Unicorn has taken to this as he grows increasingly used to his surroundings. If anything, it's pushed him even further toward Woobie territory.
  • The Most Popular Girls in School actually has an episode named "This Is Gonna Suck" in season 3. The main characters, now isolated from the school as hipsters take over, realize the only ones they can recur to are their Sitcom Arch-Nemesis.
  • Red vs. Blue:
    • Agent Washington has this reaction in the Reconstruction arc when Caboose, rather than throwing a grenade over a wall that they're using for cover, throws the grenade at it, where it sticks. There's a Beat as he stares at it, then says "That... was the worst throw ever. Of all time".
    • Church gets the ultimate one in Season 3 of Blood Gulch Chronicles right before the bomb he's carrying blows up him, most of the other characters, and a chunk of Halo.
      Church: What? Oh, son of a—
    • And earlier, there is this exchange between Wyoming and some no name character (AKA Phil (sp?)):
      Wyoming: Looks like today is your lucky day.
      Guard: Really? Great.
      Wyoming: Yes, I don't have time to torture you, so I'm just going to kill you instead.
      Guard: What?! Aw, this sucks! *BANG*
    • Reconstruction also has this gem towards the end, when Grif is asked what the situation is:
      Grif: Fucked up, we're all about to die, Simmons is a nerd, you know, the usual.
    • Revelation gets its turn in the penultimate episode when the Reds, Tucker, and Caboose come flying in to aid Church using a Pelican.
      Sarge: You do know how to land this vehicle, don't you?
      Grif: Sure, that just means stop flying, right?
      Sarge: Brace for impact!
      Tucker: Oh shit! This is gonna suck!
    • In the first episode of Season 9, South is infiltrating a base when an enemy grunt hits the alarm (or rather, the instant he makes a move for the alarm button she shoots him... but because he'd already started moving, the momentum carries his body right into the button).
      South: Aw shit. About to get loud...
    • Wash uses this line verbatim in Season 15. It's a bit of Black Comedy because he's being uncharacteristically goofy, but for a horrifying reason.
    • In Season 17, Donut has to relive his life through Mental Time Travel. When he reaches the end of Season 4, just before he has to get crushed by Sister's spaceship, he mutters, "Exhale on impact, Exhale on impact, Exhale on impact, Oh god I hate my life, I hate my life, I hate my life, I hate my life, I hate my life."
  • If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device:
    The Emperor: So, what's up with this "Inquisition" thing?
    Kitten: Oh, boy.
    • He reacts similarly a few episodes later when the Emperor asks him about Custodes Companions.
    Kitten: I'm really, really sorry about this...
  • Homestar Runner:
    • In the Strong Bad Email "50 emails", Homestar tries to answer an email in Strong Bad's stead, but accidentally causes the Compy to suffer a "flagrant system error". Homestar's reaction is to mutter "This does not look good for Homestar Runner."
    • If you lose the "Revenge of the King" game, Strong Bad's fate is to be slowly lowered into a pile of "whatsit". His reaction is "Uh-oh, this is about to get a whole lot more unfortunate..."
    • In the Cheat Commandos short "Shopping For Danger", Reynold is fooling around with Reinforcements' Justice Rocket Backpack Rocket Rocket when he accidentally falls over, its weight pinning him down as it's suddenly about to go off. Reynold's reaction is simply "My land, I can't see this ending well."
    • In the short "The King of Town's Very Own Quite Popular Cartoon Show!!", the Knight tries to sanitize the Poopsmith with a "multi-function dragon", but accidentally hits the scale marked "instant death". Right before the dragon keels over on top of him, the Knight sarcastically remarks "Ooh yeah, this is gonna be awesome."
  • Throughout Don Paragon's and the Nomad's confrontation in episode 12 of Nomad of Nowhere, this is the Don's response whenever the Nomad turns the tables. When he realizes he's just given the Nomad ample opportunity to clap and activate his powers, he snarks "Oh that's just..." before being interrupted. When the Nomad brings rocks to life and turns them into armor, Don Paragon spits out an "I hate you." before getting walloped. When Don Paragon is punched into the reservoir wall, giving it the last push needed to break, he can only remark "oh..." as the cracks start to leak.
  • In the Chimney Chickens episode Comeback King, as Rob prepares to throw Blaze out the window, Blaze remarks, "Oh, I don't like where this is going..."

    Web Comics 
  • Nodwick. Nodwick's job description is "professional Chew Toy", and he tends to react to incoming and unavoidable pain like this. Especially the time he ended up plunging out of a gradual Anti-Magic field, while wearing a collection of magical artifacts who were only being kept stable by said Anti-Magic field. His only thoughts prior to being utterly atomized was "this might sting a little..."
  • Girl Genius:
    • Likely what is going through Higgs' mind in this strip.
    • Agatha's party gets a collective one here.
    • Just after Beausoleil kills the Master, all manner of alarms start going off. He isn't reassured when they stop, and with good reason...
      Beausoleil: ...Why does this not seem like a good thing?
      Colette: Think of it - AS A FINAL MOMENT OF SANITY!
  • Casey and Andy:
    • One of our protagonists finds himself on an alien spaceship with a malfunctioning translator device:
      "Where do you want this probe?"
      "Not up his ass."
      "This is 'not' going to suck."
    • Doctor X learns the identity of the guy snooping around in his base:
      "This has 'bad day' written all over it."
  • Subverted in The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, by the eponymous character on this page. The Alt Text provides absolutely no comfort anyway. And then we get two characters doing it again a few pages later. All three are correct.
  • Gregory, of Dominic Deegan fame, has a moment, just after he has his powers forcibly removed by a demon and he's about to get blasted. But remember: never take your eyes off the interceptor. And Dominic has one of his own shortly after.
  • 8-Bit Theater:
    • Not said, but you just know that Red Mage is thinking this in the last two panels of this comic.
    • The sprites used in the webcomic leave little room for Oh, Crap! expressions (with the exception of Black mage), so this is actually the most common response to danger.
      Sarda: I was going to give you the illusion of a fighting chance, but now I'd rather your final moments were ones of complete despair.
      Black Mage: Mission accomplished, Sarda!
      Sarda: I haven't done it yet.
      Black Mage: Oh. Fuck.
  • Last Res0rt has a particularly memorable full-page reaction from Jigsaw when Veled's teleported right behind her, waiting for Jigsaw to make the first (and presumably her only) move.
  • Lola and Mr. Wrinkles: One strip has Mr. Wrinkles talk Hugo into running around the house as fast as he can while carrying the end of Lola's leash. As she realizes the plan, Lola's eyes widen. Then she compliments Mr. Wrinkles on a good plan, just before she's yanked off her feet.
  • Sleepless Domain: While fighting a particularly resilient monster and already low on magic, Rue ducks into an alleyway to get her bearings — only to find that the monster's other half was waiting on the other side, and the two halves proceed to corner her. As she realizes the danger she's in, she simply gives an ironic smirk and quips:
    "Well. That's not fair at all."
  • Sluggy Freelance:
    • In "Oceans Unmoving", Captain Blacksoul does a variant when Bun-bun pulls an I'm Taking You with Me on him.
      Captain Blacksoul: Oh you suck so very much.
    • And earlier, when Bun-bun challenges him into a supposed duel, but simply uses it as an excuse to set him a trap wherein he's knocked down off the edge of the ship to what might be assumed would be certain death.
    Captain Blacksoul: Should have seen that coming.
  • Earthsong: In order for Tristram to get Willow out safely, he has made a plan that involves him fighting the first hero who comes out, or misleading the first villain who does. Then comes Nanashi. This is inches away from an Oh, Crap!, but Tristram is actually more confident than he's been in a while.
    Tristram: Anyone but her.
  • One Something*Positive strip discusses the apparent bad luck with which Davan's family seems to be plagued. The account of one ancestor who died while working in a lumber mill when one of the saw blades slipped its moorings and went hurtling towards him simply shows the ancestor noticing his impending demise and thinking, "I do believe this will sting."
  • The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob! — When Bob and Jerry notice that the world-destroying bomb they've been fighting over has just started ticking:
    Bob: (in tiny little letters) Oh gosh... That's not good...
    Jerry: Smithson, you know any good mineshafts?
  • When Ansem Retort finds itself suddenly competing with another, more viewer-friendly reality show, Zexion delivers the line that sums it up:
    Zexion: What is so important that-oh. Oh. Fuck.
  • Megaman, in Bob and George, is taken over by an evil virus, beaten up, nearly trampled to death, his blaster arm explodes, is forced to shove what's left of his arm into another robot's intake tubes, catches on fire, suffers full-body 6th degree burns, has his three remaining limbs turned completely to ash, and finally glances his behind him and realizes "*sigh* This is gonna hurt."
    • Then, after his miraculous survival, he was cornered by Dr. Wily and mentions how if he "still had a lower body I'd be pissing myself about now."
  • In The Adventures of Shan Shan, when learning Shan Shan is being recruited to help save the universal balance, Backpack's reaction is "We're all gonna die!"
  • The Doctor in Ensign Sue Must Die just before getting shot by the brainwashed Spock.
  • In Erstwhile's "All Fur", the king wishes to marry his daughter. Everyone else is appropriately horrified, but he's the king. So the princess sets him to several Impossible Tasks...but he then performs. This trope is her face in the last panel.
    The wedding shall be tomorrow!
  • Lazarus gets this twice in Underling. Once, when he finds out he's in Ganesha's temple, and the second when he comes from a fight with sabre-toothed tigers...right into a group of wolves.
  • Penny Arcade has it in the form of Gabe's reaction to a new addition to their zombie-fighting group in the "Armadeaddon" story. His prediction is right on the money.
  • In Drowtales, this is clearly what's going through Kio'nel's head when he has to report to Sarv'swati that the Penal Colony he was in charge of was attacked and the slaves escaped. He's not wrong, either, and when a second messenger arrives to say that the entirely colony was overrun after Kio'nel left to make his report she promptly kills him for his failure.
  • Since the whole point of Partially Clips is that all comics consists of three copies of the same clipart image, there's no way to do a Reaction Shot or Oh, Crap! expression if a character realizes he or she is screwed. Which leaves variations, often to hilarious effect. For example: "I kin still feel me arse, but it's already kicked, ain't it?"
  • Sam in Modern Day Treasure Seekers has this reaction twice: once to having to jump out a window to escape her kidnapper, and once to realizing she has no choice but to walk through icy water to move forward.
  • The Order of the Stick gets a memorable one when the team's airship is getting repeatedly hammered by lightning, despite having a lightning rod. They quickly realize that the lightning is divine in nature.
    Roy: We're probably not in Western skies anymore. We were on pace to cross over half an hour ago.
    Bandana: Which was right when the storm started. Which means that this storm isn't Adad's work. It's Thor's.
    (everyone glares at Vampire!Durkon)
    Durkon's vampiric spirit: Crap.
  • In Stand Still, Stay Silent, Sigrun makes that face when a water troll is about to smack her with its tentacle in circumstances in which that could mean drowning.
  • Genocide Man: In this setting, A.I. Is a Crapshoot is taken to horrific levels: Every AI is guaranteed to go murderously insane, and the smarter it is, the faster it loses it. Thus, Jacob has this sort of reaction when he finds himself right in front of one that's just activated, and helpfully told him he has a sanity-span of five minutes.
    Jacob: What's your estimated lifetime?
    AI: Five minutes.
    Jacob: ...terrific.
  • Kill Six Billion Demons: Halfway through Breaker of Infinities, Incubus recovers to the sight of Jagganoth killing Mammon and claiming his Key of Kings, destroying the Six as a functional power block and dooming the rest of them. Oh, and he's coming for Incubus next.
    Incubus: welp.

    Web Original 
  • From the ending of the pilot of The Annoying Orange:
    Orange: Hey Pear!
    Pear: Oh god.
  • Atop the Fourth Wall:
    • When reviewing Extreme Super Christmas Special #1 Linkara says that a character named Troll is a member of Youngblood and silently raises his gun to his head.
    • He also had this reaction with Bimbos in Time, after getting a taste of the book's "comedy":
      Linkara: I'm only on page four. This comic is forty-eight pages long. Expect a lot of crying in this episode.
    • In his History of Power Rangers series, Linkara begins his Operation Overdrive retrospective with the phrase "I have not been looking forward to this."
    • At the end of the "Top 15 Personal Favorite Jokes" episode, being a clip show, Linkara opted to use the Phelous clip from Suburban Knights to sum up his feelings about having to review Marville next.
    • In the first Warrior multiverse crossover with Spoony, Spoony!Linkara has this reaction on seeing the cover of Warrior #1, namely that he starts screaming and sobbing hysterically while trying to grab the gun to shoot himself with. When Linksano denies him the gun, Spoony!Linkara sob-screams a Precision F-Strike before getting to the reading.
    • When he does his review of Ultimatum, he talks about how he's never been a fan of the Ultimate Universe, but that a good crossover event is one where you become interested in characters even if you've never heard of them. Then he says "But this is the crossover that people compare to Countdown."
  • Bad Movie Beatdown: Film Brain's reaction to the knowledge that On Deadly Ground not only starred, but was directed by, Steven Seagal was "This is gonna hurt, isn't it?"
  • Bennett the Sage has started several episodes of Anime Abandon in varying states of dread over series that he knows he's going to hate right out of the gate, from frothing anger (Virgin Fleet, Jungle de Ikou!) to restrained discomfort (De:vadasy, Very Private Lesson, although the latter reduced him to screaming at the very end).
  • Chuggaaconroy: "Nothing left to do but purify every single last one of them before we can move on." (Beat) "God help me."
  • Dazzling Addar: In the Tiny video,
    Dazzling Addar: At this point, I don't even care anymore [about taking damage]. I just, I wanna get to the Tag Barrel, get to Snide's, and get the fuck out.
    Vicas: And be done with Angry Aztec until we get to the Kong who can't jump.note 
    Dazzling Addar: (sobs)
    Vioas: I bet that's great in a sand level. Just not being able to jump over it.note 
    Dazzling Addar: (sigh) (Beat) Why did I do this? This was a mistake.
  • Double Life SMP: On Day 4, after Tango and Jimmy end up getting stuck up on a wooden platform with Grian and Scar while the entire server is out for the latter two's blood, Tango ends up asking a very important question.note 
    Tango: Is the pillar up to this made out of wood?
    (Grian silently looks at Scar)
    Tango: Your awkward silence speaks everything.
  • Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog:
    Doctor Horrible: That's not a good sound...
  • In Dream's first Death Swap video, George places his trap in the Nether. What George didn't expect was for Dream to have an enchanted golden apple with him. Dream tells him to think about his death for the next four minutes while he just sits there in the bottom of the lava pool, waiting for the swap to happen.
  • The very first thing we hear when the Game Grumps played Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) is Jon saying "Oh no. Oh no!" as he recognizes the menu screen.
  • Idols of Anime: Prior to reviewing it, Viga makes it clear that she really does not like Fancy Lala.
  • The Lay of Paul Twister: This is Paul Twister's reaction to being captured by someone who has every reason to clap him in irons, and instead being recruited by her to go loot a dragon's lair.
    Paul: (narrating) Wow. When she showed up, I thought I'd just gone out of the frying pan and into the fire. Now I was out of the fire and... I don't even know what I was into now, but this was going to seriously suck.
  • Kingdom Smarts: After the past games' Downer and Bittersweet endings, Jake's response to watching Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep's opening cinematic and seeing the three protagonists each have charms in the shape of the destiny-linking paopu fruit is "Ah, fuck."
  • Leeroy Jenkins Video: "Oh my god, he just ran in."
  • Several Let's Players, including Steam Train and Joel from Vinesauce have had this reaction when playing a Genocide/No Mercy run of Undertale after having completed a True Pacifist run. Specific reactions range from general whining of "I don't want to do this" (such as Steam Train) to nearly pulling a Screw This, I'm Outta Here at the first boss (such as Joel).
    Joel: "It feels like you're going to have a bad time?" NO SHIT I'M HAVING A BAD TIME!
  • Some Looners (balloon enthusiasts who play with balloons for fun or pleasure) experience this feeling when they decide to blow and/or pump to pop larger balloons, which range from 24 inches to 72 inches or bigger. They tend to be fearful of the inevitably loud pop or the balloons continually dwarfing them in size.
  • The Music Video Show:
  • The Mysterious Mr. Enter:
    • Mr. Enter's reaction to the theme music of Paddy the Pelican, which consists of someone obnoxiously laughing to a vague tune, is to mutter "Oh dear, I feel like I've made a grave mistake."
    • Mr. Enter watches less than a minute of animation from Dorbees: Making Decisions and states that he shouldn't have taken all those drugs... only to lapse into this when he's told he hasn't taken any yet.
      Oh... oh my god. In that case, let's light up; we're gonna need 'em.
  • The Nostalgia Chick says this when she's made to do Bratz: "This is going to hurt me a lot more than it hurts you."
  • The Nostalgia Critic:
    • This was his reaction to the first three sentences uttered in Batman & Robin.
    • He used the words themselves on realizing Masters of the Universe mostly takes place in New Jersey.
      Critic: So He-Man is going to use his intergalactic weaponry and medieval-style fighting moves... in the suburbs of New Jersey? (sob) This is gonna suck, isn't it?
    • Subverted in his Follow That Bird review. He starts out thinking the movie is going to blow, but he quickly descends into increasingly higher-pitched fanboy squee and has to get Chester A. Bum to finish the review for him.
    • Happens in his Captain Planet review, right as Captain Planet is about to give his speech about AIDS.
      Critic: This is gonna be painful.
    • It's a general rule that you can usually tell how bad the movie he's reviewing is by his behavior in the opening. This ranges from banging his head on his desk to forget the movie (A Kid in King Arthur's Court), bursting into tears in the middle of his opening Catchphrase (Tank Girl), holding his face in his hands (The Garbage Pail Kids Movie), laughing uncontrollably (Cool as Ice), and trying to run away from the review (The Star Wars Holiday Special).
    • For The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. "I'm not gonna lie, it's gonna hurt."
    • The Super Mario Bros. (1993) movie? "Ohhhh my God, this movie's gonna blow."
    • After he announces his 2011 January "celebration" as "sequel month", his face slowly melts into an expression of horror.
    • Following from that, his first Sequel Month review, The Neverending Story III, starts with him loudly weeping in despair. He then states that if the rest of the movies for that month are anything like this one, he is in "serious shit".
    • In Mr. Magoo: "Wow, the first second - literally the first second - of this film annoys me. Nah, there's only 5,492 to go!"
    • At the beginning of Home on the Range: "Let's get this over with."
    • He spends the opening to The Master of Disguise with his face pressed to his desk, pointing into the air to bring up quotes from other reviewers — including Mike Nelson — regarding how horrendous the film was.
    • When preparing to review The Star Wars Holiday Special, he talks about how George Lucas wishes he could track down and smash every copy of the film in existence.
      Critic: This is the guy that says this [Howard the Duck] is okay, and this [Star Wars: The Phantom Menace's Jar-Jar Binks] is okay, and yet this is the project he is personally ashamed of.... I'll say it again: okay, okay, personally ashamed of. ...There are not enough toilets in the world to contain the amount of shit-spewing fear I am feeling right now.
    • He hates Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance immediately because of the constantly sped up footage.
      Critic: Zero seconds in, that's gotta be a record.
    • The beginning to his review of The Magic Voyage is high-pitched babbling that gets faster and faster until he breathes fire and a "One Moment" screen illustrated with him gorging on behavioral meds pops up. You know its bad when he starts the review with a psychotic break.
    • The beginning of his review of A Troll in Central Park has him pacing back and forth, angrily trying to articulate his feelings, but only getting out a Cluster F-Bomb before calming down long enough to just say the title.
      Critic: Just saying the title of this movie pisses me off, that's how bad it is! Watch: A Troll In Central- FUCK THIS MOVIE!! (punches himself in the face) A Troll In Central Park!
    • His review of Bio-Dome has him interrupt his opening catchphrase by chanting "I fucking hate Bio-Dome''!" with increased volume until he descends into high-pitched trilling before water is splashed on him and he immediately calms down.
    • While not in the beginning of the movie, he interrupts his review of A.I.: Artificial Intelligence to take a handful of Advil because he hates the ending so much.
    • The start of his review of Food Fight is a protracted one for the viewers: it shows Critic after the review, in a near catatonic state, before going berserk, feeding the DVD into the garbage disposal, taking a bunch of foods and cleaning products to the laundry room and beating them with a skillet, all while crying hysterically before lying down on top of the mess in a Troubled Fetal Position and sobbing. It then flashes back to his decision to review the film in order to be at the forefront of its "so bad it's good" popularity, even disregarding footage of another critic's suicide after watching it.
    • His review of Kangaroo Jack has him interrupt his opening catchphrase to excitedly gush about how he finally gets to review Samurai Jack, while Malcolm and Tamara are off to the side arguing over who has to go and correct him. While Malcolm is whispering to him, we see Critic slowly tear up and crumple the Samurai Jack poster he was holding, pull out his gun and shoot off all his genitalia before nodding in understanding, and with a look like he's about to puke, state "That's fine, too." At the end of the review, he happily states that next week he'll be reviewing The Green Mile and briefly expresses confusion over Ryan Reynolds being in it. Malcolm once again comes to correct him, and Critic shrieks "Oh, COME ON!!" before it cuts to the credits.
    • His Felix the Cat review starts with him hauling himself up to the table from the floor and warning the audience to just leave and find another video before it's too late. Another moment happens when he gets two minutes into the actual film, and he notices all the problems with the movie are present in the first two minutes (hyperactive animation, too much noise, bad lip synching, and bad sound mixing drowning out half the dialogue):
      Critic: Oh, God, this movie's gonna hurt.
    • His review to The NeverEnding Story III: Escape from Fantasia starts with him sobbing uncontrollably, explaining that the review was part of "Sequel Month", where he reviews sequels to movies he'd previously reviewed, adding "and if these sequels are ANYTHING like the movie I just saw, I am in serious shit, man! Serious, serious shit!"
  • When Noah Antwiler sits down in front of the camera for an episode of Wrestle Wrestle and all he can say is "This is gonna suck" you know TNA Impact was really really bad that week.
  • Pikasprey's video on Donkey Kong Country starts with him claiming that the Donkey Kong franchise is perfect and untouchable...until he remembers what the title of his video is, and watches the intro with a Flat "What" and an "Oh, no.".
  • In Episode 27 of Pokémon World Tour: United, Cobalt and Rose must temporarily trade Pokemon for their rematch with Calico and Agean, Vermillion City's Gym Leaders. Cobalt faces Calico with Rose's Togepi, Scramble, a Killer Rabbit whose Metronome attack has a consistent habit of summoning the powers of Legendary Pokemon. Having seen just that happen twice in the first match, Calico reacts to Cobalt's order to use Metronome with a groan of "Oh, here it comes!", a warning to her Pokemon to brace itself, and a call for all little clawed hands on deck. Scramble one hit KOs her opponent with a Typhlosion's Heat Wave.
  • Protectors of the Plot Continuum: This is a common reaction from PPC agents, whether on getting a particularly tough/irritating mission, witnessing Really Bad Stuff happening, or watching events in the fics they tackle.
  • ProtonJon: "Okay, what do we have here? We have — A HUNDRED SECONDS?! Oh, mother fuck, this is not gonna be good!"
  • Invoked a number of times with Retsupurae, especially with slowbeef and Diabetus. For example, a Crappy Pasta reading of a Mario creepypasta has slowbeef asking who Reznor was as he was the main villain of the story. When Diabetus tells him that they're the rhinos on the merry-go-rounds, slowbeef goes silent before he utters "Oh, god. Ohhhh, my god" in shock.
  • Stuart Ashen: Whenever Stuart reviews a product he doesn't like (such as Poundland food, which he fears eating), a POP Station, or other knockoff products, he'll invoke this trope.
  • In Suburban Knights, Phelous says this as a reaction to the final battle with Malachite.
  • TV Trash:
  • In the Two Best Friends Play Portal 2 video:
    Pat: Okay, let's do this, let's get this over with. Come on.
    Matt: This is gonna be fun, right?
    Pat: Okay, yeah yeah, the game is awesome. But you' idiot.
  • Unraveled: Brian David Gilbert undergoes a moment of horrible clarity, for once, before working on the video instead of after multiple hours of work:
    BDG: As far as the cooking goes, we're going to be keeping it as true to Breath of the Wild as possible; we will not add any ingredients not listed in the recipe. That includes salt and pepper.
    (camera zooms in on his face as he puts two and two together)
    BDG: That's gonna suck.
  • One popular Vine meme (examples here; NSFW due to language) is to show footage of someone doing something stupid/risky/dangerous, pause right before things go wrong, and have a voice say, "It was at this moment [X] knew... he fucked up." Then the clip finishes.
  • In this Vine, the person taking the video can only get out "Oh, damn..." before getting pegged with an air-powered rocket hard enough to make him fall over.
  • Whateley Universe: In The Three Little Witches when the titular witches are facing death by Hellfire Sheba, and Clover, one of the witches, goes:
    "I’m gonna use…" Clover grasped for whatever straw was around. "My WITCH HAT! Yeah, my WITCH HAT!" She snatched the hat- which had somehow stayed on her head through all of that- off her head and held it out at the approaching nightmare-thing, bottom-first. "Back off, Sheba!" Clover said in her most authoritative voice. "Or I'll let you have it with the power of my WITCH HAT! Yeah, I have a Witch Hat, and you don't! So Back Off!"
    "Oh Christ, we are SO dead," Abra moaned.

    Real Life 

Alternative Title(s): This Is Going To Suck, Going To Be One Of Those Days


Sylvester's "This Is Gonna Suck" reaction

He should've stayed in character as a female dog...

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