"OWWW! Hey lady, hands off the merchandise! I've gotta hear out of that thing! OWWW!" Kilgrave:
Why don't you listen to me? Jessica:
Because I don't want to. Kilgrave:
If you won't listen to me, what is the point of having ears? Answer me! Jessica:
To listen to someone else. Kilgrave: You never appreciate anything I do for you. (grabs a knife)
If you can't listen to me, you don't need ears. Cut them off.
Jobe ignored me. As the van was waiting for us, I grabbed her by the tip of her ear and towed her along with me. Ow-ow-ow-ow! Jobe yipped as she tripped along, wide-eyed, after me. I managed to keep her off-balance until we got into the van. HEY! That HURT! she sulked, cradling her offended lobe.
Then why on Earth did you design the Drow
with that nifty grip, if not for use as a handle?
Outside the hopper
, two pimps were having a minor disagreement over a girl named Sandra. It was brief, and for the most part, friendly. It ended when the severed ear of the taller pimp landed with a soft, wet plop on the hopper's windscreen.
What the hell's happening?
thought Lister. It's raining ears on my windscreen.
—Red Dwarf: Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers
"Hey, Brian, remember me? I'm the guy you left standing at the counter at McDonald's with a bag full of burgers. You know it's funny, I tried to walk home and, um, a lot of hungry deer walking around at this hour of the night and, um, oh here's where the story gets fun, uh, you may have noticed
(showing Brian his lack of a left ear) I'm missing an ear. Managed to, uh, pull it out of the deer's mouth and put it in some ice I got at a 7-Eleven, so when you're ready to apologize, just talk into this cup."
, Family Guy
, "Brian Sing & Swings"
"I'll bite your ear off, and I'll make a boot out of it!"