- Hilarious throughout, but nothing quite beats "Grab your dick and double-click for porn, porn, PORN!!"
Kate Monster: Normal people don't go look at porn on the Internet!
- "There is life outside your aparrrrrt-ment...but now it's time to go home (for porn!)"
- "Brian, slow down! It's not a race!"
- I know people hate it when they Bowdlerize things, but My Social Life is Online was Actually Pretty Funny.
- Some of Nicky's sleep mumbles.
Nicky: I know, put my earmuffs on the cookie!
- As Princeton sings about his purpose, the word PURPOSE appears on a screen and slowly rearranges into the word PROPOSE. Princeton is absolutely terrified and yells out "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" This could also double as Nightmare Fuel
- Kate singing back-up for Christmas Eve:
Christmas Eve: Ruv!
Christmas Eve: And hate!
Kate: And hate!
Christmas Eve: They like two brothers...
Christmas Eve: ...who go on a date.
- The Bad Idea Bears. Cute as a button little Care Bear looking things, who only show up to offer truly bad ideas. They're always a riot, but their truly crowning moment arrives when Princeton and Kate are at a bar and have just agreed that they shouldn't get too drunk:
Bad Idea Bears: LET'S PLAY A DRINKING GAME!!!
Bad Idea Bear 1: Here, have a Long Island Iced Tea!
- No longer part of the show, but this.
- The song "My Girlfriend Who Lives In Canada," in which Rod tries a little too hard to convince the others that he's not gay. Especially hilarious are the ending lines:
Rod: I love her, I miss her, I can't wait to kiss her, so soon I'll be off to Alberta!
Rod: ...I mean Vancouver! Shit, her name is Alberta, she lives in Vancouver- She's my girlfriend! My wonderful girlfriend! Yes I have a girlfriend, who lives in Canada! (A pause, as the music winds down) And I can't wait to eat her pussy again!
- In certain performances, EVERYONE shuts up and stares after that line, including the cast, the audience and the orchestra!! And during the dead silence, Rod, with nothing else to do, repeats the wide, smiling "Ta-dah!" gesture he did to end the song with that line, completely wordlessly.
- The animation sequences. Especially "Five nightstands! Four nightstands! ...One night stand!")
- As part of touring production that visited Omaha, during The Money Song, the actors all got back to the stage, Christmas Eve says "How much did we get?" And Princeton responds with "Well, besides this ticket stub to the Huskers game, not much at all."
- This joke changes depending on where the show is being performed. Typically it's a ticket to sporting events or a local tourist attraction.
- In a local performance in Adelaide, Australia, the cast received a ticket stub to a strip club.
- In Brisbane, Princeton found a condom.
- In an Off-Broadway performance, someone put a Metro Card (NYC public transportation pass for those unaware) in the hat, which Princeton said he was keeping.
- This particular exchange, where Kate sees Lucy going to Princeton's apartment, is both hilarious and awesome:
Kate: Is she a friend of yours?
Princeton: Uh, yeah.
Kate: Is her name "Purpose?"
- Christmas Eve's wedding dress. Words can't describe how wonderfully tacky it is.
- To give you an idea of just HOW tacky her dress can get, one performance in Adelaide decided to take it up to eleven by having her dress be decorated with what appeared to be disco balls. They turned the lights off...and the disco balls lit up.
- "Why are you so happy?" "'Cause our lives SUCK."
- Similar: "Watcha guys laughing about?" "Racism!" "Cool!"
- After Kate meets Princeton in Lucy the Slut's hospital room:
Princeton: Some idiot dropped a penny off the Empire State Building.
- You have to laugh at the concept of (and song) "Schadenfreude," if only because it's true.
- The Australian cast performing "Internet is for Porn" at a comedy gala is funny in itself, but special mention goes to Kate's puppeteer Michala Banas. The line "you're ruining my song" is delivered utterly deadpan (which makes it funnier) and her facial expressions are priceless. (Partially justified as she's an actress and also partially justified in that it's a comedy gala)
- When Lucy is unconscious in the hospital, the heart monitor's readings look like tits.
- One can't help but laugh about how, during the Royal Variety Performance, Lucy explains how she has her eyes on a guy that is rich and comes from a good family, just to stare at where Charles, Prince of Wales is seated while yelling an seductive "HEY BABY!". It can be seen here.
- In one scene, Rod tries going to Christmas Eve for advice regarding his sexuality, via the "I Have This Friend..." method. Unfortunately, he doesn't get the answer he wants to hear.
Rod: I think my friend is, uh... gay.
Christmas Eve: What wrong with that? You know, Rod, gay people make major contribution to art, philosophy, and literature for many hundreds of years now.
Rod: Oh, but my friend isn't an artist, he's a Republican. And an investment banker.
Christmas Eve: Oh... well, tell him to stay in closet then. He good for nothing.
Rod (nervous): ...Okay great! Thanks for the advice!
Christmas Eve (laughs): Yeah, I wouldn't want a friend like that!
Rod (feigning laughter): Nooo! Thanks again!
Christmas Eve: Bye Rod! (leaves)
Rod (slowly turns to the audience with an Oh, Crap! expression)
- After Rod comes out and Nicky introduces him to Ricky, Rod's reaction is as hilarious as it is adorable.
Rod: Oh sweet suffering Jesus! Nicky AND Ricky!? (ecstatically to Kate) Ooh, my cup runneth over!