There's a Robot Chicken sketch that features a June Cleaver-type giving a group of kids, including a very excited one saying "yay", cookies. After the kids gobble them down, the "mom" announces now, they'll find out who got the poison cookie. Typical RC "people are jerks humor. Except a sudden realization hit me when I went to the fridge (yeah, really!). Rushing back, I replayed the clip— "Yay" boy had NOT gobbled his cookie down, and in fact, threw it away at Mom's announcement! — Eddie Current
Maybe he has brain damage from "winning" the game before.
It can get even simpler — much like how my cousin waits until his mom finishes talking despite his own mental handicap, the boy simply listened to everything the authority figure said before acting, because that's what you do. —Eddie Current
In a skit in the ep of "The Curious Case of the Box" it has the grim reaper reaping souls in a horrifying manner. Then it hit me, what do you die and or get scared? Shit yourself.
The sketch titled "He's Dino-mite!" from the episode "Crushed By A Steamroller On My 53rd Birthday" has scientists bringing back a dinosaur a la Jurassic Park. They end up bringing back Robbie Sinclair, who acts very Totally Radical. Those who watched Dinosaurs know that Robbie rarely (if ever) acted like that though. While perusing Youtube a short time later, this troper stumbled upon this. He then realized that the dinosaur in the sketch wasn't Robbie at all, but rather Rocky D, a similar looking character from an ad from the same era for Brach's Rocks candy who actually wasTotally Radical. That, or the writers mixed up the two.
The opening sequences of the Star Wars specials are perfect. After all, the original sequence features menacing yet rhythmically and melodically bouncy music and a gravely injured person being turned into a cyborg slave by an elderly maniac. There was literally no other way to do it.
Composite Santa Claus is supposedly half Santa Claus and half Frosty the Snowman, but his Frosty half looks nothing like him, having a twig arm and other generic snowman features Frosty doesn't have. note Plus, it's not the writers don't know what Frosty looks like, since he appeared in an early sketch looking reasonably accurate. Fast forward to Composite Santa's Origin Story, where the guy tasked with getting Frosty's DNA simply scoops up some snow. Frankly, it lucky that the snow used in Composite Santa's creation came from a snowman at all!