- Too many to mention without it becoming tedious, but they include the lesbian shotgun wedding and Monty Python special encounters in Fallout 2, the Garys in Vault 108 in Fallout 3, and loads more.
- Likewise, Fallout: New Vegas features the trait "Wild Wasteland", which adds several things to the game similar to the special encounters from the first two games, such as a fridge containing a skeleton wearing a fedora, the late Investigator Crusoe (or Clouseau in some versions), and a fight with Hell's Grannies.
- This is probably immature, but I always got some laughs at exploiting the Tell-Me-Abouts in Fallout 1 and the characters limited responses if they don't recognize the line of text you entered.
types: What's that lump in your pants?Morpheus: That's nothing. You may ask something else.types: Do you have a small penis?Morpheus: That's not important.types: Did somebody fart in here?Morpheus: Nothing to be concerned with.
- MANY of the conversations in Fallout 1 & 2 when playing a "stupid" (Int < 4) character. For example:
Player: Me finally had a thought and you made me forget it! ME KILL YOU!Drug dealer starts a lengthy sales pitch to playerPlayer: Okay. Me have to go n-Drug dealer continues talkingPlayer: ME HAVE TO GO N-Drug dealer continues talkingPlayer: ME GO LET ME GO LET ME GO
- If you have a dark sense of humour, some of death animations are outright hilarious, especially with the Bloody Mess perk. Special mention goes to punching a hole through someone.