The follow up scene is pure gold, with Dumbledore subtly and incessantly mocking Fudge.
Fudge: My point is that the innocent have nothing to fear.
Dumbledore: I think Mister Black would disagree. Quite strenuously.
From the same scene:
Are you saying that I should lie down and let him walk all over I and the Ministry because he is powerful?Ē Fudge demanded. Dumbledore had to strongly resist the temptation to point out that he saw no reason why not, as that was what Fudge did best, and after all, why break the habit of a lifetime?
The Lady Sif, at your service. The Warriors Three would be here IF THEY WERENíT SO BUSY CHECKING THEIR WEAPONS, FLIRTING WITH THE MAIDS AND EATING HALF THE ROYAL PANTRY. AGAIN! Beat *turns to Frigga* My apologies, my lady.
Sif: Stop that, Fandral.
This is in response to the below incident. Jane has thrown a book at Loki and it is casually explained that this is common place since Thor and Loki are Nigh Invulnerable. Fandral, meanwhile, seems to be wondering if everyone can get in on this and is eyeing a chair. Sif doesn't even have to turn round.
Jane trying to disprove that she's brave. Loki isn't having any of it. And is being smug about it.
Loki: So, facing down the Destroyer is an everyday matter, is it?
Jane: Well, no. Beat Iím going to lose this argument, arenít I? No matter what I say, Iím going to lose.Ē
Loki: Yes. Yes, you are.
Jane: Thor, can I hit your brother?
Thor: Be my guest. But believe me, it will only make him worse.
Which serves as a hilarious Call Back to Fudge and Dumbledore's previous discussion, which ended with Fudge being dismissed with the same quote.
One of the Malfoy House Elves, called Drippy, recognises Fury from when he burned down the Manor and beat up Lucius Malfoy. His response:
Yes. I did. Would you like me to do it again?
The conversation, which is basically Fury losing his temper and Drippy refusing to move, while Rhodey and Betsy try damage control.
The A/N's can be amusing, since the author is clearly insane (something he cheerfully acknowledges) and really quite talkative.
In a Black Comedy sort of way, Gravemoss mentally upping the suffering on the death he's going to give the HYDRA mook who just doesn't know when to shut up.
Gravemoss has a strange tendency to accidentally make pop culture references when in the middle of threatening/killing/torturing someone, leading to fairly epic Mood Whiplash.
Anything and everything involving Ron's Puffskeins, starting with their names - Henry and Graham.
Henry met his end when Fred and George ended up mistaking him for a tennis ball that Mr Weasley had brought home, and used him for bludger practice, thinking the noises were normal. They only found out when he hit the wall and splattered.
Graham, on the other hand, may still be alive. No one's quite sure because Fred and George practise their hover charms on him, and he went straight up. And didn't come back down again.
Two words. Accio Hedwig.
Natasha's response to Professor Sprout being shocked at her age and being asked how she remains so young.