I chose this scene from Family Guy because of its effect on the viewer's subjective time perception.
After 4 seasons of trying to kill his mother, Stewie decides he loves her after she rescues his teddy bear from certain destruction. He becomes enamored with her and desperate for her constant attention, wearing Lois out. Lois is finally attempting to rest when Stewie enters her bedroom and this scene occurs.
It seems at least once an episode, Family Guy has a scene like this that starts out fine but then the pace is suddenly halted for a long, drug out something or another that, although it is less than a minute long, feels to the viewer as though it is never going to end. Also, I found the rhythm of this scene particularly interesting because although Stewie is using different forms of the word "mom" and they vary in the number of syllables, he keeps a fairly consistent beat. The words with multiple syllables are sped up and the pauses between words are the same each time, which is one of the only things that makes the scene tolerable for the viewer when the pace comes to an abrupt stop.