In his Katie Kaboom review, CR explains how much Animaniacs impacted his sense of humour, and even shows the exact moment the series made him discover comedy. Suddenly the screen starts flashing with the image of famous comedians, godly music plays and...
That's how I became just a voice.
Episode 21. Particularly the Forrest Gump joke. "Glad other movies don't drop the payload like that!"
His special review of Harlem Globetrotters meet Snow White, possibly one of the angriest Familiar Faces reviews he's done. The special's constant anachronisms which are left unexplained, the bizarre writing of the characters and the sheer fact that a special with such a title exists was apparently too much for CR to even consider any redeeming qualities.
When Snow White is stopped from taking another bite of the poisoned apple at the end;
CR: Yes, she probably has brain damage from all the comas she's been slipping into. Either that or she was trying to put herself out of her misery. And I can't really blame her, because just... wow.
Fungus Among Us: "Gravity; my one dreaded weakness. So much so that I avoid it whenever I can."
CR takes a stab at riffing old educational shorts. One of them, "The Cautious Twins" features rhyming narration and two little ragamuffins who apparently live in a town where every other adult is trying to kidnap, kill, and/or molest them. CR mocks the Everything Trying to Kill You aspect of the short mercilessly, eventually leading to this quip near the end:
Also, his reaction to the G1 ponies rapidly growing their manes back after they're shaved off.
CR: Eugh, that was gross...do it again!
"By the way, none of the villains were ever turned into toys. Because, you know, little girls don't like conflict." Cut to home-video footage of an adorable little girl (a relative of CR's?) pretendng CR's a pirate that she has to beat up by slapping him around.
Little girl: Stupid pirate! You'll be dead!
Teddy: (to Lancer, a blue male pony) You know what your problem is? You're always siding with the girls.
The entirety of his Cheap Damage episode on Gormiti. Specifically:
After he explained the VERY brief rules, he sits there in silence then it cuts to him burning the figures.
He points out how companies take kids for idiots these days and in his generation they wouldn't attempt something this stupid. Cue him viewing a commercial for Battle Beasts, a collectable set of Rock Paper Scissors action figures.
His shocked reaction that there were 84 Battle Beasts to collect.
To expand. Even with the worst games he has review, he always point out at least one good thing about it, and even gives some ideas how to make the game more interesting. But after learning just how lame the game was, he just decided it didn't deserve it at all.
The two-part "Battletoads" review has lots of good bits, including:
The sleeping Psicone gag.
CR discovering a link between Silas the video game programmer... and Doctor Insano. "Son of a bitch, they're popping up everywhere!"
His amazement that they used "Havana Naguela" in the cartoon, during the battle between the Battle Toads and the Dark Queen's procine minions. "I don't know if that's offensive, but it's certainly not kosher!"
The comment about "space being powered by friendship". "Okay, everyone keep hugging... ah! Stop hugging! Stop hugging!"
CR's theory to why the Dark Queen is after the princess - apparently they made out once in space bording school and the Queen just can't get over it!
The completely far-fetched story he makes up about Frank Welker as a thinly-veiled excuse to get Welker to rebuttal him on "Talkin' Toons with RobPaulsen." What's better: the story is about a cartoonishly exaggerated golf swing Ralph pulls, so CR keeps looping over that footage during the story.
Ladies of Star Wars Playing Cards
His impersonating George Lucas to try to justify the more Risque elements of the deck.
As well as the fact that he sounds vaguely like James Stewart.
CR: "I don't need to tell you about Star Wars... So I won't."
His comparison of Beru as a young girl with Beru as Luke's middle-aged aunt.
Beru Whitesun: I may be a moisture farmer now, but one day I'm gonna get off this rock, and I'll have a long, happy life, exploring all the riches this universe has to offer!
Beru Lars: WE'RE OUT OF BLUE MILK AGAAAAAAAAIN.
From his Animalympics review in episode 69 of Familiar Faces, CR getting distracted by Kit Mambo's butt shot. Repeatedly.
"If I didn't know any better, I'd say that bird just flipped them the bird."
Saying the Rocky comparisons with Bolt Jenkins go "right down to the sunken eyes and crappy acting in commercials."
The "elephant in the room" joke before seguing into discussing the Furry Fandom aspects of the movie. "Hey! Keep your eyes off my sister!"
Episode 08 Cartoon Network Groovies- After a summary on the Cartoon Network's beginning and its impact on audiences, it cut to the then current shows now on the once great channel and ends with "When did my TV become the f$#king shortbus?!" The whole thing is a bit sad and hilarious at the same time.
YMMV, given that the mere fact that any out of context clip can make a show seem moronic. Take anything from Ren & Stimpy.
The ending to Episode 6, where he gets stoned off cartoon smoke and starts proclaiming that Milton the Monster (which he'd been criticizing relentlessly) is the best show ever.
The Running Gag of CR mentioning what a living hell Hobo Joe goes through compared to the nigh-impossible stuff Goldie has.
When CR mentions that Goldie is a newspaper magnate in the 1980s, he suggests that she'll go broke in 15 years when the Internet becomes mainstream and tells her to "say hi to Hobo Joe for me". It cuts to her broke in the alley next to Joe.