Datak getting an enema during the closing montage. His actor absolutely sells what he's about to go through.
"Good Bye Blue Sky"
The random idiot in homemade armor who makes the brilliant decision to taunt the Razor Rain storm. He promptly gets nailed by a chunk. Even better, after it happens, he seems actually kind of surprised he's still alive and his armor worked.
Amanda calling the radio station to get her album played. When Alak insults her taste in music, her response is simply;
Amanda: Listen you little punk, I'm the damn mayor! Play "Shiny Happy People" or you're fired!
"I Just Wasn't Made For These Times"
Tommy's sailor lingo, taken from Moby-Dick. Nolan finds it annoying.
McClintok finding out about being played by Robert Pattinson in a film about the space station.
McClintok: Who? Nolan:Twilight. McClintok: Ah...was he the vampire or the werewolf? Rafe: Don't look at me. Nolan: Amanda? Amanda: What, just because I'm a girl, I'd know something like that? Nolan and Rafe: Yes. Amanda: ...he was the vampire.
Nolan laughing like a madman when McClintok asks about the state of air travel and the space program in 2046;
Nolan: I think people have had morethanenough of outer space at this point in time!
"If I Ever Leave This World Alive"
Alak tells everyone who is listening to his radio show that face masks won't help protect people from disease, Gilligan Cut to a seller turning off the radio and continuing to sell face masks.
At the end of the episode, Doc Yewll lampshades the Hollywood Tactics of the first two episodes, the stupidity of causing a Volge attack and then trying to flood the town with radiation. Nicky mutters "That was all Birch's idea."
Alak Tarr's radio recaps, especially when he stops in the middle to advertise for various businesses in Defiance. Also asking people to stop referring to his mother as 'Hot Mama Stahma'.
One of the outtakes has Rafe and Luke discussing the golden MacGuffin and what it may be. With the straight possible face, Graham (Rafe) says: "It's a suppository. Hurts like hell."
In a recap of their top 10 moments of the season thus far, the Stahma/Kenya love scene was titled 'Gayliens'.
While sitting down and discuss the Datak-Nolan fight, Tony Curran talks about their preparation. He casually brushes aside the stunt coordinator's concerns - "Hey, we're just acting here, you know." - until he looks over and sees Grant Bowler psyching himself up for the fight...
When asked which character they would like to play other than their own, Grant (Nolan) and Stephanie (Irisa) say they'd love to play a sensoth. Tony (Datak) and Jaime (Stahma) on the other hand would play each other.