Dracula:This is how we are represented? Unbelievable.
Every single Tex Avery-influenced animated motion!
The same goes - probably even doubly so - for all the magnificently exaggerated facial expressions throughout the film.
There's one scene during one of Drac's breakdowns in trying to understand Jonathan where he has tiny, off-model, wiggley fingers! Cue laughter!
When Jonathan first comes to the hotel and Dracula is trying to think of what to do with him:
Dracula: I can't kill him. It would set monsters back hundreds of years.
Then, after realizing the monsters are real, Jonathan asks Dracula if they'll kill him:
Dracula: Not as long as they think you're a monster.
Jonathan: That's kinda racist.
There're actually A LOT of jokes lampshading how people react to racism in this film. Drac digs himself deeper while trying to explain to his friends in the sauna why Jonathan "left", only to insult Frank, then Griffin. A scene or two later, Wayne and Murray are mad, though we never find out why.
Another example in that scene is how Dracula offends Griff by saying she would never be interested in someone with such red curly hair, despite being invisible and NO one knowing what he looks like.
Griffin the Invisible Man trying to play charades.