Jack: We saw some trailers after the The Star Wars Holiday Special, and they called Princess Leia "Princess Lee-ya." The movies were so new that no one knew how to pronounce that stuff.
Jay: That's true. Even in the movie. In Star Wars, they say Coruscant as "Korooskant."
Rich: Hane Solo? C-Three-Pee-Zero?
Jay: Y'know what name you can't screw up, though: "Lumpy". Lumpy and Itchy.
"Rated T for bloo-d, vee-oh-lence, and crud hu-more. 'Crud hum—'? What's that, like, French or something?"
"Rise and shine. Miissster Freeeman. RIiise and. shiine. Not, that I, wIsh to IMply you have been slEE-ping on. the jo-ob. No-one is more deserving of a ressst. And all the effort in the wORld would have gone to waste, until... well, let's jUst say your hour has. come again... The right man in the wrong pl-Ace. can make ALL the dIFFerENCe. in the world. So, wake up, Miisster Freeman. Wake up and. smell the aashess."
Besides, you're saying it wrong. It's "Levi-O-sa, not "Levio-SA."
—Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone