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Fuck knows what we'll do now the car's broken down. @Brad: Ever since I discovered that "goodbye" has its roots in "God be with ye", I can't help The real meaning of "heaven knows" in the given example is a But usually one means ' Nobody knows', e.g.: 'God/Heaven knows when we'll meet again'. heads of two houses at variance with each other. . My naked weapon is out: quarrel, I will back thee.. . Farewell! God knows when we shall meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins, That almost freezes up the heat of life: I'll call them back again to.
If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace. For this time all the rest depart away. You, Capulet, shall go along with me; And, Montague, come you this afternoon, To know our farther pleasure in this case, To old Freetown, our common judgment place.
Once more, on pain of death, all men depart. Who set this ancient quarrel new abroach? Speak, nephew, were you by when it began? Here were the servants of your adversary And yours, close fighting ere I did approach.
I drew to part them. In the instant came The fiery Tybalt, with his sword prepar'd; Which, as he breath'd defiance to my ears, He swung about his head and cut the winds, Who, nothing hurt withal, hiss'd him in scorn. While we were interchanging thrusts and blows, Came more and more, and fought on part and part, Till the Prince came, who parted either part.
O, where is Romeo? Saw you him to-day? Right glad I am he was not at this fray. Madam, an hour before the worshipp'd sun Peer'd forth the golden window of the East, A troubled mind drave me to walk abroad; Where, underneath the grove of sycamore That westward rooteth from the city's side, So early walking did I see your son.
Towards him I made; but he was ware of me And stole into the covert of the wood. I- measuring his affections by my own, Which then most sought where most might not be found, Being one too many by my weary self- Pursu'd my humour, not Pursuing his, And gladly shunn'd who gladly fled from me. Many a morning hath he there been seen, With tears augmenting the fresh morning's dew, Adding to clouds more clouds with his deep sighs; But all so soon as the all-cheering sun Should in the farthest East bean to draw The shady curtains from Aurora's bed, Away from light steals home my heavy son And private in his chamber pens himself, Shuts up his windows, locks fair daylight And makes himself an artificial night.
Black and portentous must this humour prove Unless good counsel may the cause remove. Sure enough, Ben comes back at the end alive, and he has a present for Killian Former-RSM James Murphy is used to train the mercenary team in how to act like soldiers for a prisoner rescue. One of the team is IRA terrorist Hourigan — the two men take an instant dislike to each other, and at the end of their training Hourigan threatens to look Murphy up after the mission is over.
Murphy promptly shoots him in the kneecaps, then in the head. When Alther drove DomDaniel out of the Wizard Tower in the backstory DomDaniel said that he would return with the seventh son of a seventh son. Tale of the Troika: At the end of the second edition of the novel, Vunyukov makes classical "We will meet again!
A different take in The Laundry Files. The Eldritch Abomination encountered by H. Lovecraft in the series short-story "Equoid" threatened this; it's implied that not only the creature can reincarnate, but the protagonist is the reincarnation of Lovecraft.
Subverted in The Stainless Steel Rat Saves the World when the mad time-traveling villain says this to our hero Slippery Jim diGriz, only thanks to the Stable Time Loop plot, they've already done all the meeting and fighting they're ever going to do — the villain just goes back in time and sets in motion the events of the novel.
But Ace promises in no uncertain terms that, later, Chris, Gordie, Teddy and Vern are going to get the crap beaten out of them. It's a threat the gang makes good on. Angelus discovers his Arch-Nemesis the Immortal has slept with his girlfriend and shouts, "This isn't over yet, Immortal! This'll never be over! In the season finale of Blackadder II, "Chains", Prince Ludwig the Indestructible is stabbed and exposed by Blackadder, but doesn't leave before talking with Queenie, revealing that he was "the tall and attractive German schtablelad" that held her favorite pony in her youth and, finally, swearing revenge when called "Short Greasy Spot-Spot".
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He is presumed dead, but turns out to really be indestructible and still manages to slay the entire cast in the end. So this doesn't always fail. You vill all of you, regret the day that y'ever mocked my complexion! I shall return and wreak my rewengue! No you won't, you'll die and be buried!
In "Powerplay", Cally and Vila encounter Servalan while they are all refugees on a hospital ship. Servalan tells them that while she has other priorities at the moment, she's going to make a point of hunting them down in future. Then Servalan discovers the so-called hospital ship is involved in Organ Theft. She bribes the crew to release her, but makes a point of visiting our heroes to let them know they won't be meeting again they get rescued Just in Timeof course.
Averted in "Terminal" when Servalan tells our heroes after stranding them on a Death World that they won't be meeting again. This turns out to be Tempting Fate as she's killed shortly afterwards — if the series hadn't been unexpectedly renewed another season requiring Servalan to be brought Back from the Deadshe'd have been telling the truth.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Subverted in "Bad Eggs". Witnessing all this, the survivor says: Although, in point of fact, they do meet again after that. That time Buffy kills his new vampiric wifeand he runs off again after a muttered, "Later". Maybe he'll be back in the comics.
He is, in "Chaos Bleeds". This time he yells "We're not done, traitor! The trope is lampshaded in "Band Candy" when Trick shouts, "You and me, girl! There's hard times ahead!
Buffy gripes, "They never just leave. Always gotta say somethin'. Somewhat unusually, she actually follows through at the end of the same episode. Played for laughs in "Seeing Red".
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Andrew attempts to give a speech like this before escaping via Jet Pack. It was pretty painful to watch even before he flew into an overhanging roof and knocked himself out. In "Androids of Tara", the defeated villain, Count Grendell, leaps off the battlements while warning "Next time, I shall not be so lenient!
I'll get you one day! The Time War probably put a crimp in his plans. In "Revelation of the Daleks", as Davros is taken away by the Daleks, he swears that the Doctor hasn't heard the last of him.
The Doctor, unruffled, replies that he'll be waiting. It proves the line is actually badass if you say it when you're winning. You will never defeat us, Doctor! The Master never stays away for too long particularly in the classic series. In fact he's the villain in every third or fourth Fifth Doctor story. Subverted in Firefly when an enemy vows to face the captain of the Serenity again and kill him, complete with over-the-top threats in The Last Thing You Ever See mode.
At this, the pragmatic captain immediately kicks him into an engine intake. The next of Niska's Mooks they bring up is a little more compliant, to say the least.
Unfortunately, the guy who got blended by a jet engine was just The Dragon to a more soft-spoken but equally sadistic mobster who does not easily forget an offense. In a later episode he kidnaps and tortures Mal and Wash. This is subverted repeatedly on Firefly, with Mal summarily dispatching characters that spend the episode seemingly being built up to be potentially recurring villains.
However, this was only because the show only lasted a single season, and Word of God is that some of those characters were intended to survive and return for revenge on the crew. One of them does in fact re-appear as a villain in a Firefly comic, only to be killed again, this time for good.
Mal shoots him twice, just to be certain. The series finale of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys has Ares trying to play this trope straight, but Hercules and Iolaus use several villain exit lines in a mocking tone, after which Ares decides to leave without a word. Kamen Rider villains do it on occasion, but Kamen Rider Ex-Aid subverts it on one occasion to horrifying effect with an episode told from the perspective of one of its major villains whose Karma Houdini Warranty has just expired.
Following a Curb-Stomp Battle with the hero, he attempts to invoke this trope and teleport away, only to discover the hero is now faster at teleporting than he is, and not in a forgiving mood for the murders the villain committed while claiming he was just giving losers the bad endings they deserved: Her brother once used the "He who fights and runs away Goldar has been known to swear revenge upon folding.
Chaotica, after his final defeat in the holoprogram in Star Trek: He warns "You have not seen the last of Chaotica. On That '70s ShowFez's crazy girlfriend Caroline declares this when Donna pretends to be interested in him to get her to stop stalking him. She would indeed return in the final season. At the end of the second season she reappears, having upped her ambition from "ensure the Bane breed on Earth" to "conquer the galaxy" and needs to sucker Sarah Jane into helping her.
In Thunderbirdsthe Hood is frequently heard to utter a variation on "International Rescue haven't seen the last of me! A hitman tells Kovacs he won't underestimate him a second time, moments before he's killed. Turns out that he routinely copies himself into a second body as a precaution, so it's not an idle threat.
Music Snoopy's Christmas by the Royal Guardsmen concludes with Snoopy and the Red Baron exchanging holidays toasts to each other then flying off, each knowing they will cross paths again soon to do battle. In fact, the Jesus miniseries from included him saying this trope word for word at this point. When one of these happened during a high profile feud with Jerry Lawlerhis absence was excused by an eye injury, with video packages vowing that Funk would get his revenge on Lawler after he recovered.
These were a flop, because, as it turned out, everyone was happy Lawler had so decisively "defeated" Funk and didn't want to see him get revenge. Xavier managed to pull this off on Low Ki through pure body language after he lost the Impact Championship Wrestling Heavyweight title back to Ki in a ladder match and was on his way out while the rest of the roster celebrated with Low Ki. Ironically that would be the end of their ICW series but not the end of their feud, not by a long shot.
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He rides back a moment later: You returned quicker than I expected. I forgot my hat. Kitiara says this to the heroes just before she leaves at the end of the module. When a fiend devil, demon, or other evil outsider is killed in the mortal world, they aren't truly destroyed, but instead respawn on their home plane and are banished from the material world for 99 years.
They'll often make this threat in their death throes, and will make good on it, either against the heroes or their offspring. In Sherlock Holmeswhen Holmes has put handcuffs on Moriarty, whom the butler is about to drag him off to the police, Moriarty tauntingly suggests to Holmes that this might not be the end.
When Holmes replies, smiling slightly, that he is sure of nothing, Moriarty slyly tells him that he has heard Holmes is planning to take "a little trip on the Continent" with Watson and will meet him there. Theme Parks In the Universal Studios Singapore version of Revenge of the Mummywhen Imhotep is trapped once again in a sarcophagus, he assures the riders that he will return once again, reminding them that, "Death is only the beginning! Baron Von Doomkill swore he would return after being killed.
An undefined but very long time later he is pulled from the antilife to animate Legion, along with Deena, Bostolm and Miserable Old Martin. Much to his frustration, the magic that summoned him binds him to the control of Mereador, so he doesn't get to even try to reconquer the world, despite being in Mardek's party while he gathers three of the six crystals.
Played with very interestingly. In the game's earlier fights with Bowser, you see Bowser saying Mario will pay for this In these cases, it seems so distant; however, by the time of each next fight with Bowser, it tends to feel like it happened a lot quicker than it seemed like it would at the end of each previous fight.
Robotnik sort-of does this, albeit in the middle of the three stories he does it in.