I try to keep an eye out for uses of logical connectives, etc., in “everyday life” that I can use in logic classes. Here’s a nice use of excluded middle, in which neither disjunct is assertible, from “Two to go,” the penultimate episode of Buffy, Season Six. Or maybe it’s really an example of the failure of Ought(A ∨ B) → (Ougth A ∨ Ought B).
ANYA: She [Willow] tried to use you for a hood ornament, Xander! She doesn’t care if you live or die.
XANDER: Guess you two finally have something in common.
ANYA: I care if you live or die, Xander. I’m just not sure which one I want.