Disguised in Drag: In The Russian Connection in Future Perfect, he runs off to find some disguises for Cortez and him to wear in order to infiltrate Khallos' base. Unfortunately for him, he's forced to wear a Henchwoman's uniform as none of the Henchmen's uniforms fit him. This version of Tipper is known in Character Selection as "Swinging Tipper."
One-Man Army: At times where a person he meets in a random time period decides to run off and/or go do something else.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: In his first time travel mission in Future Perfect, he lands in Captain Ash's boat. Someone tries to shoot Ash on the island. Cortez tries to return fire with the only gun he can find. Turns out the gun was actually not only a flare gun, but also a way to signal the fleet to start bombarding the island, meaning he ended up starting the bombardment of the island before Ash rescued his dame.
Skyward Scream: After accidentally telling Crow what he did before he did it, giving him the idea to do it in the first place. It's so loud it travels back in time.
Revenge: Against "Mister" Big Tonynote He's called "Mister Big" by Fenton, but the Character Selection names him as "Big Tony.". His reason is that everyone in Chicago is being bribed to turn a blind eye against Big Tony's gang, with the exception of Fenton himself. He managed to get his opportunity due to Lady Janenote Not to be confused with "Lady Jayne," Captain Ash's assistant in TimeSplitters. hiring him in her own private investigation agency.
Clear My Name: Part of his mission to defeat the criminal hacking group led by Sadako is to clear his name by sending proof that Sadako's gang are the bad guys and not him.
Frameup: For stealing the Cyber Rig from the government research labs, actually committed by Sadako and her gang of hackers. This is what led to Sadako's death.
Mukokuseki: Depends on who you ask. He speaks Japanese and appears slightly Japanese, but most of his features (specifically, his pale blond hair and facial structure) indicate that he's part European, too.
Cloudcuckoolander: A darker version with Leo Krupps, the circus lion tamer. He, according to his gallery description, is a deranged man in a lion suit, who, as time went on, adopted more lion-like behaviorisms and characteristics, until one day where he woke up in a cage, roaring and growling.
Heel-Face Turn: A (somewhat) forced variation: At first, R-110 was just a normal evil robot who killed two resistance members, only for Cortez to jump on it by surprise and reprogram it. Around a few minutes into Something to Crow About, it gets infected with a virus and the turn becomes cemented.
Leet Speak: After Cortez picks up an Electro-Tool.
Cloudcuckoolander: A few characters, of course, apparently including Samuel Renzo note He's called "Renzo" in the Character Selection. His first name appears in the briefing for the challenge "Sammy Hammy Namby Pamby"..