Funny: Good Eats
- The pocket pie episode has Alton explaining the history of cornish pasties, quoting a bit of folklore claiming the devil wouldn't go to cornwall for fear he'd get baked into a pastie. The devil appears and denies this, only to get chased off screen and beaten up by a pair of cornish housewives.
- The Stinger of the same episode is an outtake where an object is supposed to fall on a person sitting next to Alton but fails to do so. Alton then goes on to briefly explain the importance of timing in comedy.
- One word TEMPURA!
- In "Roll Call" Alton replaces his usual more lively yeast puppets with "more realistic" ones. They consists of stuffed socks that sit there, leading to Alton's frustration.
- When they first show up, Alton justifies the change by explaining that all yeast do normally is eat, produce gas and reproduce, not act silly and goofy. The new yeasts then spend the rest of the episode reproducing rapidly until they're literally pouring out of every nook and cranny in the kitchen.
- The opening segment on the episode on tea has Brown attending a little girl's tea party. She reports that the teddy bear called him "goofy."
- In "Dill-icious", Alton goes all Mad Scientist and demonstrates the old "pickle lamp" science experiment. The lamp lights up...then Itchy & Twitchy cut the juice and hand AB a Don't Try This at Home statement.