- The first scene.
*whacks a golf ball off the submarine deck and onto the nearby putting green*
- "Great. We just chased down a boatload of beered-up fishermen."
- Nitro singing along with a Frank Sinatra song while working on the radio, while Sonar watches him in bewilderment. One shock later, and he's switched to repeating a baseball game's commentator.
Dodge: "That boy's absorbed a lot of voltage."
- Sonar's faking a whale song to trick the Orlando into thinking they had detected whales, not the Stingray.
- And, immediately beforehand, Dodge attempting to silently instruct him to do that very thing, mostly by way of mime - to Sonar's considerable confusion. And then Nitro joins in, with no indication that he has any clue what Dodge is actually trying to say...
- Pascal walking the plank.
- Lt. Lake's Moment Of Awesome: "Balls to the wall, boys!"
Jackson: Be all that you can be!
Dodge: That's the Army song, Jackson!
- "Sounded like... an explosion."
- Before the start of the ending credits, the crew of the Stingray act in a video of Village People's "In The Navy". While the scenario as a whole is somewhat silly, the various expressions on their faces knocks it out of the park, so to speak.
- Admiral Winslow's response to Dodge's initial lack of enthusiasm for the wargame and his gloomy prediction that he's going to get his ass kicked:
Winslow: Damn it to hell, don't go by the book, think like a pirate! I want a man with a tattoo on his dick! Have I got the right man?
Dodge: [wryly] By some strange coincidence, you do, sir.
- In the beginning, when Dodge has been told by his CO that he's been given his own sub to command;
Dodge: That's not funny.
Knox: I know, that's why they decoded it twice.