[[folder: The Film]]
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Even in a movie this ridiculous, [[spoiler:the ghost of Abraham Lincoln karate-chopping John Wilkes Booth's derringer from Richard Nixon's hand]] was a little bit weird.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Oh, yes.
** The Sir Charles Hughes song "Dynomite" is so cool that the chorus even becomes BD's signature leitmotif, playing whenever he does something awesome. (It gets used a lot, of course.)
** "Black Dynamite Theme", sung by [=LaVan=] Davis over the opening credits.
** "Jimmy's Dead", an AffectionateParody by Adrian Younge of the similarly titled Curtis Mayfly song "Freddy's Dead" from ''{{Film/Superfly}}''.
** During the montage of BD and his crew waging war on those who would peddle drugs to the community, Davis gets another, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxjg21moy54 "Cleaning Up the Streets"]].
-->[[YouSuck You think you a superstar? Cream Corn just blew up your car]]\\
Cleanin' up the streets\\
Don't mess with Dynamite, brother / Or you'll be one dead mutha\\
Cleanin' up the streeeeeets!
* FountainOfMemes: Black Dynamite, full stop.
-->"Haha! I threw that shit before I walked in the the room!"
* MemeticMutation: "But Black Dynamite, I sell drugs to the community!"
** ''Dyno-mite, Dyno-mite!''
* VindicatedByCable: The movie was a flop in theaters but got a lot of notice through DVD and the Starz network and is now an animated series on Adult Swim.

[[folder: The Animated Series]]
* MemeticMutation: The ninja's hilarious {{metaphorgotten}} speech seems to be heading this way.
--> '''Head Ninja In Charge:''' Ninjas do wrong to each other sometimes, and in that way, the force of the earth comes around the moon, and at that presence, the dirt, it overshadows the grass, so you like "I can't cut this grass; there's no sun coming through." So in order to enable each other, the two fruits have to look each other in the eye, understand we can only be ripe as the ripe is wrong. You know what I mean?
* UnfortunateImplications: In ''A Crisis For Christmas'', [[ItMakesSenseInContext Black Dynamite gets stranded in space]] and has to take refuge in an abandoned Soviet space station. The only other living being on the ship is his Soviet counterpart, '''''a chimpanzee''''', who ended up there due to a situation nearly identical to Dynamite's own. He is also apparently capable of understanding the monkey's speech. ''Monkey'', an old racist term for blacks. Especially since in real life the Soviets only used dogs--and that's not uncommon knowledge either; most people know about Laika.
** This is hardly the most unfortunate of the implications this show raises. The Asian characters are all literally yellow for God's sake. But the whole point is RefugeInAudacity, and it's all a bit too silly to offend anyone.