* ClicheStorm: "I grow weary of your antics, beggar man!"
* CrowningMomentOfFunny: When Tee leaps from his hiding place and hammers a watchman square in the nuts, the movie saw fit to add a triumphant musical swell to the soundtrack, which Servo begins singing along to with the lyrics to "Born Free."
* HamAndCheese: David Warner is capable of some quite brilliant, subtle performances. For this movie, however, he puts in about as much effort as Creator/JeremyIrons did in ''Film/{{Eragon}}'', or, frankly, Sir Alec Guinness did in ''StarWars''.
* {{Narm}}: That one dwarf bandit, swinging around on a rope, shrieking "I'm comiiiiiiiing!"
** Also, Tee's Smurf hat. And his lack of acting acumen. You will pine for Jake Lloyd after this movie.
* NauseaFuel: Baydool weaponizing his chamber pot.
-->'''Servo:''' Thhaaat's m'pee!\\
'''Crow:''' The pee throwing scene, ladies and gentlemen!
* TheScrappy: I'm no historian, but I don't think the real Leonardo da Vinci was such a whiny bitch.
* {{Squick}}: The "Air on a Delta Knight" sketch contains a Tom Servo puppet with breasts, which the song even calls attention to. That must have been an...interesting project for the props department.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Prostitution and low-cut necklines in a children's movie?
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