Gadget:*speaking to Dale* At times like this, I usually don't resort to shrill, emotional outbursts, but in this case: *shouting and shaking Dale*You've got to do something!
"Good Times, Bat Times" turns half the cast into Deadpan Snarkers. Monty has always been one, Winifred probably, too, but Dale takes the cake.
Foxglove: So when it's your turn to cook?
Dale: I just eat. They won't let me cook. They're afraid I'll break too many dishes.
The drag act in "Adventures in Squirrelsitting". And even before that, Chip and Dale's reactions with the disguises are quite fun. Chip is annoyed and embarrassed while Dale is enjoying it.
The two squirrels tries to stop the convyer belt from dropping the Rescue Rangers.
Fat Cat:(grabs them) That will be quite enough. (the Rangers fall in) Now look what you did! You made me miss the best part!
Fat Cat freaking out over losing his "precious" Maltese Mouse.
In "Fake Me To Your Leader", when they noticed Zipper is larger:
Dale: Maybe he's not growin'. M-maybe we're shrinking. [Chip bonks Dale.] Chip: Don't be silly! The only thing about you that's shrinking is your brain.
In A Fly in the Ointment, when everyone's heads and bodies get swapped (Chip and Monty get swapped, and Dale and Gadget get swapped). Monty complains about being small and scrawny while Chip complains about being too big, then declares Monty is going on a diet once it all blows over. Gadget feels embarrassed about not having any pants on and wears a paper cup as a makeshift skirt. She also sternly warns Dale to "keep the hands off the body" although his head is on it at the moment.
When the villain is revealed to be the baby who is actually a small man, and after a humiliating defeat, Gadget hits her Rage Breaking Point and decides to hell with nonviolent measures. Now she wants to plain beat the crap out of the villain and humiliate him in the worst way possible.
Chip: Dale, Zipper, you go and get some strong twine!
Dale: To tie down the baby?
Chip: No, to tie down Gadget. I think she's blown a gasket...
(cut to a steaming mad Gadget)
"Rest Home Rangers" is a complete laugh fest. The best parts would be the exchanges between the aged cops and Professor Nimnul shouting that he needs prunes (for his aging ray) and a grocer replying with "Poor guy".
"Catteries Not Included" had the scene Dale pranking Chip with static electricity.
Also Dale's and Monty's fake cat costume;
Monty: Meeoow. I've had nightmares being inside cats, but they were nothing like this.
When Prof. Nimnul hurt his foot after kicking the damaged robot dog for not bringing any cats, the other two robot dogs were snickering at it, and you just can't resist laughing along with them!