And it came to pass that the Fellowship were granted immortality for they had saved middle earth; and so they went their separate ways...But some fellowships were not meant to be broken...History has become legend; legend has become myth and myth has become merchandising: A three-bedroom semi in a town in the north of England, 2001.Can be read here.
When Boromir first incarnates, he is singing "4 and 20 virgins went up to Minas Tirith...", which is a parody of the Ball of Kirriemuir, a song famous for having several million versions, twice as many verses, and all start with that line.
Comically Missing the Point: A shocked Legolas asks why Aragorn has become a Scoutmaster, unable to imagine anyone who's not a paedophile volunteering for the job, and darkly mutters "I've met Baden-Powell". Aragorn, impressed, asks if Legolas can come in and give a talk about Baden-Powell to the kids.
Cow Tools: The "long bent thing with sort of a knob on the end".
Everyone Is Bi / Everyone Is Gay: Oddly enough, Sam is confirmed at least mostly-hetero even in the "Random Slashy Interludes", notwithstanding a drunken incident with Frodo. Frodo is usually "busy" with Merry and Pippin on the few occasions he's lucid enough. Gimli and Gandalf are not involved because of the authors' personal Squick feelings, but Aragorn and Legolas are technically married and both had at least vaguely slashy interactions with Boromir when his ghost possessed Legolas.
Funetik Aksent: Particularly during "And The Sign Said 'Centre Parcs'", when Pippin claims to be the inventor of the Glaswegian dialect and speaks continually in it in order to annoy the others.
Homoerotic Dream: Aragorn has several about Boromir when drugged with Elven Aphrodisiac, much to his horror.
Kissing Cousins: During the Random Slashy Interludes, Merry and Pippin often resort to each other when they can't find anyone else, and sometimes include Frodo.
Mad Oracle: During the prequel episode set in Troy, Frodo has turned into one of these, and only says one coherent thing in the entire episode, mostly speaking in prophetic gibberish that only Sam seems to understand.
Noodle Incident: This fic's humor partly runs on hilarious Noodle Incidents. For example:
To say that the Fellowship were enjoying their pasta al sei formaggio would be stretching the dictionary definition of 'enjoy' further than the elastic in Gandalf's underwear during The Accidental Bungee Jumping Incident.
Older than They Look: All of the Fellowship, being six thousand years old, but particularly the hobbits, who keep getting mistaken for preteens and managed to join the Boy Scouts without being questioned.
Sam really wished he wouldn't do the stealthy ranger-of-the-north thing in the house, it really creeped him out, especially when Aragorn wore clothes to blend in with the wallpaper, and most worryingly they had never worked out how he managed to change his clothes between rooms.
Legolas wears a pink fluffy bathrobe and an incredibly feminine 18th-century nightshirt. In the Random Slashy Interludes Merry and Frodo occasionally become "Estella and Lobelia, the North's biggest, smallest drag act", and Pippin (insofar as he can be called "wholesome" in this incarnation) ended up dressed as Pussy Galore.
When they go to Elrond's party, Merry and Frodo do a disturbingly good Abba. With gel filled bra's.
Gandalf goes as Anne Robinson, with a Crowning Moment of Funny when asked about this, replying, "Whoever said that Anne Robinson was a woman?"
Who Wants to Live Forever?: A mild comedic version, but if you were six thousand years old and stuck with a dysfunctional Fellowship, you'd probably not want immortality either.