* ''"There was a kangaroo...in my living room."''
* Jen's imaginary driving test/car chase in the kitchen.
* As the family returns home from a HorribleCampingTrip:
-->'''Steven:''' Up to your rooms, now.\\
'''Alex:''' Uh, Dad, I think I'm a little old to be sent to my room.\\
'''Steven:''' You're also too old to be whining in the car the whole way back.\\
'''Alex:''' [whining] I wasn't ''whining''...
* Not long after Andrew is born, the family is having to deal with him crying in the middle of the night. When one of them brought the baby outside, he stopped crying. When they went into the nursery to sing to him, he stopped crying.[[note]][[CaptainObvious In other words, he stopped crying whenever other family members were present.]][[/note]] So, after reviewing everything that worked, Stephen has them take the crib out into the hall and [[ComicallyMissingThePoint the family goes into the nursery and sings]]. We'll chalk it up to sleep deprivation.
* The over-the-top presentation Alex designs for Jennifer about how a bill becomes a law, filled with {{Eagleland}} PatrioticFervor--he has her dress as the Statue of Liberty and end with a huge RousingSpeech and ''[[UpToEleven fireworks]]'', with the result that the teacher applauds and ends up in tears. The kicker, however, is that he had been pretending to be a dumb jock...so that when Jennifer finally threw a fit and quit over Alex's StageMom antics in "directing" her, he suddenly drops the facade and tries to fill in to give the presentation, ending with a very sheepish slip back into "dumbness", claiming he was only saying [[OrSoIHeard "what he'd heard his sister say"]].
* When Steven walks in on Nick with a pair of flowers, doing an impromptu song asking Mallory to marry him.
* One episode starts with Elise showing Andrew pictures of his family and asking who they are. He correctly identifies the first two. Then we get to the third.
-->'''Elise:''' Who is this?
-->'''Andrew:''' Alex.
-->'''Elise:''' Who is Alex?
-->'''Andrew:''' Alex is king!
* "Remembrances of Things Past", with a bit of MoodWhiplash.
-->'''Steven:''' ''(after an argument with his dad)'' Do you know what I wish, Robbie? That he wasn't my dad. ''(sees his dad listening in)'' I'm sorry dad, I didn't mean it!\\
''(his dad walks away)''\\
'''Robbie:''' [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice going!]]\\
'''Steven:''' [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone Oh, what did I say? What did I say?]]\\
'''Robbie:''' You said you wished he wasn't our father!\\
'''Steven:''' I know what I said!\\
''(Sits on the chair his dad was sitting on. He hears something break. Pulls out a broken pipe.)''\\
'''Steven:''' Oh no! What did I do? What did I do!\\
'''Robbie:''' [[CaptainObvious You broke his pipe!]]\\
'''Steven:''' I know what I did!
* Alex's attempt to impress Ellen by doing an interpretive dance...of the stock market crash of 1929. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YE4a3KdIQiY It's just as ridiculous as it sounds.]]
** And the piece that the piano player chooses to accompany Alex is the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoHECVnQC7A William Tell Overture]]. Alex's [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe face]] when he first hears it is priceless.