* Chit Chatterson plays a boat salesman to Ivar the Boneless, a viking who sounds like John Cleese, who is planning to invade England and has come to purchase a ship with a savage-looking figurehead. Chit shows him boats with figureheads of a kitten, a baby duck, a puppy, and a butterfly, claiming them to be a lion, a dragon, a wolf, and a hawk, respectively, and tries without success to convince his customer that these figureheads are anything but what they actually are.
-->'''Ivar:''' There's nothing scary here at all, is there? It's like all your ship's figureheads are being designed by a three-year-old!\\
'''Chit:''' Oh, that's just not true!\\
'''Ivar:''' No?\\
'''Chit:''' No! Actually, I don't think he's over twelve months. ''[camera pans to reveal that Big Fat Baby is designing the figureheads]''
* Froggo's reactions to not being given a bag of marshmallows and a crate of leeches, and then a tambourine and a vat of spam, in "The History of Flight".
* Loud's rant to Christopher Columbus in "Around the World in a Daze":
-->'''Columbus:''' Crow's nest! You see anything?\\
'''Loud:''' LEMMIE CHECK, CAPTAIN! ''[peers through periscope]'' OH MY GOSH!! STRAIGHT AHEAD! YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT!\\
'''Columbus:''' What is it?\\
'''Loud:''' GUESS!\\
'''Columbus:''' Land?\\
'''Loud:''' [imitates buzzer] OH, I'M SO SORRY, NO! IT'S WATER!! YES, WATER! MILES AND MILES OF WATER! BUT WAIT! WHAT'S OVER THERE?! OH MY GOLLY! MORE WATER! WAIT! HOW ABOUT THAT THERE!? GUESS WHAT! MORE WATER! ''[tosses periscope away]'' YESTERDAY, WATER! THE DAY BEFORE, WATER! FOR THE PAST 70 DAYS, WATER! NOTHING BUT WATER! ''[face turns red]'' YOU STARTING TO GET THE PICTURE, CAPTAIN!?\\
'''Columbus:''' I think the crow's nest needs a little vacation.
** Loud Kiddington's outing as Erik The Red also gave him a funny lookout job, demonstrating how vikings kept land in sight in order to navigate.
--->'''Loud:''' (quietly as crew sleeps) See it...see it...see it... DON'T SEE IT! DON'T SEE IT! DON'T SEE IT! See it...See it...
*** After their journey to North America, entailing WEEKS if not MONTHS of being out of sight of land with Loud's ceaseless screaming...
--->'''Viking crew:''' (exhausted) We saw it...we saw it...we saw it...
* Anything involving Lucky Bob. For example:
-->'''Lucky Bob''': I spy, something that begins with the letter "B".\\
'''Cho-Cho''': Blinking lights?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': Nope.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': Big moon outside window?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': Black darkness of deep outer space?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': A bagel?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': A blitz?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Caption''': 55 HOURS LATER\\
'''Cho-Cho''': A bupka?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': Big Fat Flying Baby?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': No.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': A Bob who is lucky?\\
'''Lucky Bob''': Uh... no.\\
'''Cho-Cho''': Bursting blood vessels in the astronauts' necks?\\
'''Astronauts''': TELL HER ALREADY!!\\
'''Sammy Melman''': WHAT DO YOU SPY THAT BEGINS WITH A "B"?!!\\
'''Lucky Bob''': [[TooDumbToLive Chocolate]]!
** [[FridgeBrilliance Makes a little bit of sense]] ([[InsaneTrollLogic but still not enough,]] [[TheDitz considering Lucky Bob]]), when he probably meant '''b'''ite of chocolate. The chocolate bar he showed had a big bite mark on it.
* Bill Straitman interviewing Hakon the Good about how vikings named their swords.
-->'''Bill Straitman''': Well, tell us, what is this one called?\\
'''Hakon the Good''': Oh, this one here? This is Bob! Bob the Sss-word!\\
'''Bill Straitman''': Bob?\\
'''Hakon the Good''': Right! And that's Timmy over there! And right here is Greta! Greta likes Timmy, don't you, Greta? ''[as Greta]'' "That's right! I want to marry Timmy!" ''[as himself]'' But not if Bob has anything to say about it! Right, Bob? ''[as Bob]'' "That's right! You can't marry Timmy; ''I'' want to marry you!" ''[as Greta]'' "But I love Timmy!" ''[as Bob]'' "Too bad! [[AndNowYouMustMarryMe You're marryin' me!]]" ''[as Timmy]'' "Over my dead body!" says Timmy! ''[as Bob]'' "Oh yeah?!" ''[as Timmy]'' "Yeah!" ''[as Bob]'' "Well then, let's go at it!"
* Toast delivering pizza to Rene Descartes:
-->'''Toast''': Pizza's here!\\
'''Descartes''': What?\\
'''Toast''': Here's your pepperoni pizza with extra barbecue sauce, hold the anchovies.\\
'''Descartes''': I didn't order any pizza!\\
'''Toast''': Yeah ya did, I got the order right here.\\
'''René Descartes''': That is not my address; this is for Galileo. He lives in Italy.\\
'''Toast''': Well, [[ThirtyMinutesOrItsFree I don't think I can get there in a half-hour or less]].
* "Hi gang, Pop Quiz here! We ask several historical questions for our players then act flabbergasted at their overwhelming ignorance!"
* From the Superwriters sketch:
-->'''EdgarAllanPoe''': I've just completed a rewrite we can ''all'' be proud of! Johnathan Livingston's ''Seagull'' is now a bloodthirsty vampire bat named Caroline, who is mysteriously compelled to fly into the propeller of an airplane, on the first page! ''[[EvilLaugh [laughs evilly]]]''\\
'''Basho''': It is ''still'' too long! ''[screams and slices Poe's book in half]''
** Not to mention Emily Dickinson summoning ''Death itself'' to dispatch Sappho. She then tells Death to get her some tea, and he complies!
* "Super Amazing Constitutions":
-->'''Andrew Jackson''': Now listen up! I'm General Andrew Jackson!\\
'''Aka Pella''': Oooh, are you related to MichaelJackson?\\
'''Andrew Jackson''': No! Although I do have an uncle who looks a lot like Tito. Now clear out! This here's no place for children.\\
'''Aka Pella''': It could be if you put in swings and a jungle gym.
* At the end of the sketch where [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Elmer Fudd]], as Gutzon Borglum, and Loud, as his son Lincoln, build Mt. Rushmore:
-->'''Elmer''': Aah, finished! [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome West and wewaxation at wast!]] And thanks to your help, it only took fouteen yeaws to compwete.\\
'''Loud''': Aww, you're only saying that because I'm your son.\\
'''Elmer''': No, I'm saying that because working awone, I could've finished it in ''six yeaws!!''
* From ''Presidential People'', a catchy YMCA-style number starring UsefulNotes/GeorgeWashington, UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln, UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt and UsefulNotes/ThomasJefferson as [[TheVillagePeople the Motorcycle Cop, the Cowboy, the Construction Worker, and the Native American]].
* In the sketch about Napoleon, they have this to say about his choice to invade Russia:
-->''Napoleon'': It was what we call--\\
''Loud'': A VERY BAD IDEA!
* "Histeria Around The World (Part 2)" opens with a {{Series/Teletubbies}} parody called "The Histera-tubbies" with Charity, Loud, Aka and Toast playing Skanky Wanky, Louh-Louh, Sassy, and Toe, respectively. Needless to say, their reactions to their surroundings are priceless, as well as their reaction to the sun-baby (played by Big Fat Baby).
* The Green Eggs and Ham homage with Loud and George H.W. Bush.
* Lydia Karaoke objecting to the use of "Damn the torpedoes" because you can't say "damn" on an American kids' show. The captain decides to put Lydia on a boat and send her out to sea, only for her to get hit by a torpedo. As she clings to the remnants of her ship, Lydia says, "Okay, ''now'' I know why they said, 'Damn the torpedoes'!"
* "Great Women Of History In Group Therapy." Which includes:
** Lizzie Borden as a raving AxCrazy lunatic espousing she's the O.J. of 1892. The short even ends with her chasing after everyone and trying to kill them.
** Joan of Arc thinking Martha Washington has an ElectraComplex.
--->'''Martha Washington''': I'm married to the father of our country.
--->'''Joan of Arc''': But as we all know, marrying your father is illegal in most states.
** Cleopatra as a BigEater who casually mentions her family was so close she married her brother.
--->'''Joan of Arc''': ''That's'' close.
--->'''World's Oldest Woman''': And ''also'' illegal in most states.
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