Anya: "Supervillains want reward without labor, to make things come easy. It's wrong. Without labor there can be no payment, and vice versa. The country cannot progress. The workers are the tools that shape America."
Buffy Summers (reveals work uniform): "Good to know. I was kind of feeling like a tool, and now I know why."
— Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Doublemeat Palace"
O'Tolley's had the humiliation in its dress code standardized, refined to a science. Paper hat. Black tennis shoes. Dress shirt and slacks meticulously ironed every day - no doubt an attempt to make us look formal, despite the stench of grease and meat that always stuck to our clothes. And then there was the name tag: "Hello, My Name Is Stooge." On a bad day, I'd wear my name tag upside down, or change my name with a label-maker, making me to be about as rebellious as the ten thousand other fast-food employees who were doing the same damn thing.
—Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Breedbook: Bone Gnawers
"Yeah, I don't wanna work here anyway. Not in THAT stupid uniform."
"Hey, Candace. The things they make us wear, huh? At least you don't have a weenie on your head!"
—Jeremy Johnson, Phineas and Ferb - "Toy to the World"