In Broadway Magic, Jem gets stuck at the Statue of Liberty because of the Misfits. Two workers offer to give her a ride on their boat back to Manhattan, but one of them demands to know who she really is in exchange (Eric Raymond offered a reward for her real identity). After the guy pushes his partner into the water, Jem uses Synergy to create the illusion of taking off a mask and revealing... the guy's face. The following freak out and seeing Jem with the head of a balding, middle-aged guy is hilarious.
In Starbright Part 2, the Misfits decide to start taking advantage of the Holograms having no choice but to perform with them. They immediately start by taking over the Holograms dressing room. What truly makes this scene funny is Stormer's halfhearted attempt at being mean:
Pizzazz: Alright ladies, this dressing room is too good for you!
Aja and Kimber: What?!
Roxy: Take your gear and get out!
Stormer: Yeah, and don't forget your toothbrushes!
The Misfits Bad Bad Acting in Beauty and the Rock Promoter, leading up to Pizzazz being dragged offstage by the henchmen of the mafioso who was backing the play. Complete with obligatory "YOU CAN'T DO THIS TO ME! I'M A STAR!" shrieking.
In Scandal, the Misfits are asked by a couple of reporters if they have any work planned for the day, or if they're "just cruising for a vagrancy charge".
"You're just a potato-sack seamstress for a bunch of orphans!" Best. Insult. EVER.
In Father's Day, Clash suggests that the Misfits go to her hometown Mulberry for Father's Day. Pizzazz responds "Mulberry?! That sounds like a new soda for wimps!"