* ''Series/TheChasersWarOnEverything'' [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy making a mockery of the APEC summit's security]] with a fake Canadian motorcade and "insecurity passes" that clearly stated they were NOT official delegates.
** To emphasise - two comedians got in to the most heavily-guarded area in Australia (at the time), stopping outside the hotel UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush was staying in when ''they'' decided it had gone far enough, with a fake motorcade including runners with handycams, claiming they represented the Canadian ''president'', with their 'Insecurity' passes reading FAKE instead of APEC and ''This is not a real security pass'', with the Official Vehicle stickers reading, "This vehicle belongs to a member of The Chaser's War on Everything. This dude likes trees and poetry and certain types of carnivorous plants excite him", with one member ''dressed as '''UsefulNotes/OsamaBinLaden'''''. So much for the $150 million spent on security.
** What makes it just that little bit better is that not only did it highlight just how lax the taxpayer-paid security was at the summit, but it was also [[CrowningMomentOfFunny funny as hell]].
** It also showed the Chasers have big brass ones, to risk being shot by security forces pulling their stunt.
*** ''Brass?!'' They would have to be at least made of high quality steel, possibly ''Titanium''!
** Restating: Got through security with passes that specifically said "FAKE", then they decided they were going a bit far. So they got out of the car...with one of the members ''dressed as '''Osama bin fucking Laden''''', who began asking the guards why he hadn't been invited. CrazyAwesome enough for ya?
* One member of the team [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7iXbWsO4ik flirting with]] Fred Phelps' son.
* Calling Chris Kenny a dog-fucker.

!! Chaser-Related Spinoffs
[[https://www.facebook.com/thechaser/videos/vb.11775531229/10153521638181230/?type=2&theater Exposing Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm's hypocrisy regarding a Free Speech issue.]]
* The Checkout refusing to back down any time a company threatens them with a lawsuit or tries (and fails) to fight back against the claims made.