* AccidentalInnuendo: "Player two, nice screwing!" Given this series, though, it may not have been so accidental . . .
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: When it comes to Jack Attack music, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrxI6Og8t3o the first version heard in ''The Ride''/''Abwärts!'']] are probably one of the best, mixing the right amounts of ominousness and intensity together. Must be the bagpipe-esque parts.
** Also ''The Ride'''s rendition of the main theme, the Jack Bingo music... the guitarwork was done by Music/ToddRundgren, and it shows.
** The "Dis or Dat" music in ''2011''. Rockin'.
* EarWorm: ''Elephant, Mustard, Teddy Roosevelt, or DRA-CU-LA!'' In one of the FB episodes, Cookie is caught singing the theme and confesses it's catchy.
** *TRUMPET!* *SPLORTCH!* "Bully!" "BLAAH!"
** [''Honk!''] One's made of skin, one's made of wood, so [''Honk Honk!''] Who's The Dummy? "Not Neeeee!"
** It's The Put The Choices Into Order Then Buzz In And See If You Are Right! *{{Beat}}* QUESTION!
** Looking through your trash bag, what's it say about you? (What's it say about you?) Funky Trash.
** Cookie's Fortune Cookie Fortune With Cookie "Fortune Cookie" Masterson!
** Pretty much '''ALL''' of the question segues from '''ALL''' of the series that use them, though, hands down, the most well-known one is from Volume One:
--> "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maXJXwPrifk You're my question four, forever more, I looooooove you... my question four!]]"
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Cookie is the most popular host after all.
* ItsShortSoItSucks: ''The Lost Gold'' has 300 questions, as opposed to all the other volumes, and for an added kick to the shins, each game is only seven questions long.
* MemeticMutation: [[spoiler: The f killed 4!]]
* MostWonderfulSound: The guitar riff heard when a player buzzes in in Volume 1, ''Sports'', Volume 2, ''Movies'', Volume 3, ''Television'', ''The Ride'', Playstation, ''Offline'', and ''Louder! Faster! Funnier!''.
** The "question correct" jingle in ''Vol. 3'' when the number dances on a disco floor.
* NightmareFuel:
** The music, visuals, and sounds that play during the Jack Attack can reach "do not play alone after sunset" levels.
** The Church of A'zqr, the Eternal Bleeding Jackal Skull.
* OlderThanTheyThink: The trash questions even after ''2011''.
** Also the "Who's the Dummy?" questions are a sucessor to the Guest Host questions from Volume 3 and ''The Ride''.
* PolishedPort: ''Party'', an iOS release that can be played on TV or directly on the iPad.
* PortingDisaster: The PC version of ''2011'' somehow had less features than its console counterparts, despite most of those features being more than possible on a PC. Almost all of the games supported at least 3 players on PC; ''2011'' supports 4 players on consoles, but only 2 on PC due to the new question format with money-based-on-time-to-answer not working so well when everyone has to share a "controller." When a concerned player tweeted a request for further clarification as to why the PC version was limited to 2 players to YDJK's twitter account, [[http://i.imgur.com/FmLNg.png this insult]] was what he got in reply.
** The [=DS=] version of ''2011'' doesn't include the "Wrong Answer of the Game" and the "Nocternal Admissions" Questions.
* TheScrappy: Billy O' Brien in ''2011''. Even Cookie hates him [[spoiler: and is happy if you pick the Wrong Answer of the Game in the last on-disc episode, which gives you Billy.]]
** Buzz Lippman is the Scrappy of the whole series, getting only one game and a ButtMonkey joke in ''The Ride''.
** ReplacementScrappy: [[spoiler: The f in ''2011'' for the dead 4.]]
* {{Squick}}: The contents of Chocky's various breakfast cereals. (Pink and tarty milk, anyone?)
* TearJerker:
** [[spoiler: Ooooohhhhhh, cuatroooooooo....]]
** [[spoiler: The Question That Cared]]
* [[ThatOneLevel That One Question]]: In ''2011'', Episode 57, question 9ine requires you to memorize a code word that Cookie mentions at the very beginning of the episode. Because Cookie's opening lines up to this point have been one-off gags with no relevance to the game, this will likely blindside players who dismissed said code word as another one of those (or, even worse, skipped the intro entirely), basically reducing the question to sheer luck.
* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: The entire theme of ''Headrush'''s interface is, basically, the purest psychedelia of [[TheEighties the 80s]], complete with mostly black background, acid colors, distorted voices (that don't belong to the host most of the time), fast-moving grafitti slideshows/titles on the standby screen and really scary toy images for representing the players' avatars. Even the logo of this game looks precisely what you'd call surf-esque!
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