* When Zoe and Crow are riding on an airship:
-->'''Zoë''': It was nice chatting with you, Crow. It's been very informative.
-->'''Crow''': Glad to help, doll.
-->'''Crow''': [[OhCrap D'oh]], I mean independent and self-reliant female person who's not an object to be ogled or used solely for my own personal amusement and pleasure.
* The description of the robots in the [=WATIcorp=] Museum are pretty funny:
-->'''[[=BunnyBot=]]''' The first [=BunnyBot=] was ten feet tall and weighted more than three hundred kilograms. After several unfortunate casualities - [[KarmaHoudini of which [=WATIcorp=] has been completely absolved]] - a smaller and lighter version was put into production. The [=BunnyBot=] has remained one of [=WATIcorp=]'s most popular toybots, and it's still being sold to happy children and concerned adults across the world today.
-->'''[Li'l Big Cat]''' Li'l Big Cat was [=WATIcorp=]'s first furry robot. Accompanied by a very popular [[MerchandiseDriven animated show]], 'The Amazing Adventures of Li'l Big Cat & Bob', it proved to be a huge success. The show [[LongRunners ran for eight years]] and ended with a [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episode]] where Bob - the reformed child murder - killed, boiled and ate Li'l Big Cat. Fans have been demanding the return of Li'l Big Cat and [=WATIcorp=] is currently considering bringing this popular and twisted toybot back to the markets - and to your screens.
* [[UncomfortableElevatorMoment The awkward elevator scene. ]]
* Wonkers, a children's toy, has to say "shit-faced" at one point, while relaying Reza's message to Zoe.
* There are two taverns in Marcuria with [[UnfortunateNames interesting names:]] "The Salty Seaman", and "The Cock and the Puss." Zoe shrugs the latter off with an unimpressed "Okay."
* In the market, you can hear the merchants shouting to sell their wares. The spice merchant, who doesn't have anything in his stall at the moment, has a few different phrases he might yell. One of them is "I have nothing to sell, but I am shouting nonetheless!"