* AccidentalInnuendo: "Player two, nice screwing!"
* 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.
* 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.
* MagnumOpus: ''The Ride'' is generally regarded as the best game in the series.
** Likewise, a question in ''Volume 3'' uses the term of one, and combines it with MagnumPI.
* 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!''.
* 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''.
* 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]]
* 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!