(After Mitzi McNinja has just blown up a pirate ship) Dr. McNinja: Hey, nice one, Mom, my sword was still on board. Sean "Dark Smoke Puncher" McNinja: And probably mad pirate loot, too! (Dr. McNinja's sword falls back into his hand, while his kid brother Dark Smoke Puncher gets walloped by a falling pirate treasure chest) Mitzi McNinja: What is your mother's expertise? Dr. McNinja: Pickled beets. Mitzi: And?! Dr. McNinja: Precisely aimed demolitions.
Agent Bearclaw's status as an Ascended Extra is solidified with his re-entrance to the series: Taking down Judy and Yoshi single-handedly (literally in Yoshi's case), even if his role seems to be quite short.
The dolphins get one when they save Bearclaw and carry him to an island, and then shoot him.
His eulogy for the Benjamin Franklin clone. What's best is that the comic built up naturally to this point: "Benjamin Franklin II was killed by the very thing he was trying to stop . . . death. He was a, um, clone. And he was not as famous as his first version . . . But he was still a great man. Our city was lucky to host him in his final days so . . . so suck on that Philadelphia."
A meta-CMOA. Every few years the Boy Scouts of America have a campout called the National Jamboree. Each council will form a makeshift troop, and everybody gets custom council patches to trade with each other and represent themselves. What does the Potomac Council, home of Cumberland, Maryland use for theirs? Why nothing less than The Good Doctor and his merry staff◊. These will probably run at a premium come jamboree, and be worth an arm and a leg afterwards.
A subtle one as Dan McNinjanegotiates the price to hack House Bot◊: He says he'd like to control a giant robot before he dies, even though his first reaction to HB was to have Sean hack it.◊ The president than offers the "exact right amount of dollars to give up that dream". Dan just tricked the President into paying way more than what she was planning to originally.
Archibald's Mummy friend of all people, saves the day by helping Gordito deactivate the Radbot.
"Dude." The revelation of that one panel turns Chuck into one of the most awesome characters ever.
Its also a meta-example for the comic itself. Looking back, you can obviously see the fact that King Radical and Chuck have the same facial features. But prior to that, no one made the connection thanks to how subtly effective King Radical's disguise was.