- LSL 1:
Crowd: WHAT A PERVERT!
- When Larry buys the condom at the convenience store, the store manager yells out the choices you made for your "lubber", resulting in random people popping out from behind store shelves to mock you for it.
- From the same scene, you can make a choice regarding the size. Only "Large", "Giant" and "Gonzo" are available, but no matter which one you pick, he'll always say "small-sized".
- The censored sex scene with the hooker.
- Larry's face when he calls the sex phone line, and gets called back.
- LSL 2:
- Larry's face as he wins both the Dating Connection and the lottery.
- The Dating Connection especially so, since he only wins because Barbara ends one of her sentences with "too", which the MC interprets as "number two", which is Larry. Sorry Barbara, no backsies.
- Failing to escape the cruise ship will result in Barbara's mother accidentally suffocating Larry when she tries to have sex with him.
- The KGB agents' reaction to Larry once wearing a swimsuit, shaved, with shoulder length blonde hair, and padding.
- At the very end, Larry barges into Dr. Nonookee's Volcano Lair and triggers the security system, which ends up killing him.
- Also, the fact that Larry actually managed to weasel his way out of KGB agents, Nonookee's henchettes, and countless perils, and killed the Evil Genius without EVER realizing what was in that onklunk or why he was hunted down.
- Larry trying to pick up a Spanish chick with whatever little knowledge of Spanish he has, and ends up saying perfectly the code phrases used by two spies, thus kickstarting the whole plot.
- The sheer Spanish gibberish in the sentences, for which a comfort translation is provided.
- The fact that the actual spy supposed to get the onklunk was a perfect Larry lookalike.
- LSL 3:
Bambi: Wow, Larry, you're the first man to make me see lights!
- All of the death sequences. No exception.
- The Crabs Dance music, which is re-used when both Larry and Bambi gets stuck under a tanning booth triggered by Larry's newfound strength.
- Larry ending up in drag after making love to Cherri Tart, and having to fill in for her.
- The consequences of going to see your divorce attorney with this very same outfit.
- The Incredible Dork sequence, where Larry "dorks" out.
- When feeling Dale's beard, the narrator claims "All the sexiest men have beards.", followed by a note saying (see box cover). Al Lowe is on the back of the box.
- Everything involving Larry and Patti crashing into Sierra's studios, from accidentally destroying a miniature of Lytton, floating around a Space Quest set piece, and interrupting the shooting of the infamous whale tongue scene from King's Quest IV.
- LSL 5:
- Larry working out with Chi Chi Lambada, and miserably failing.
- Larry's face when Michelle... *ahem*, "downloads to his hard disk".
- The dream sequences for everyone involved.
- Larry landing a plane using Flight Simulator knowledge. A Crowning Moment of Awesome since he actually succeeds.
- Larry commenting that these idiots designed an airport runway 100 feet long... and TWO MILES wide!
- The dinner with The Reveal that Julius Bigg is the reason why LSL 4 was never released, and his Serious Business reaction.
- The wrap-up ending as a whole, which manages to be half this, and half Bittersweet Ending / Shaggy Dog Story.
- LSL 6:
Larry: You know, I don't feel pooped anymore.Rose: Si, and also you are not so full of shit.
- Larry's dreadful performance on Stallions, which causes the narrator to fast-forward through the more embarrassing moments.
- When finding a pair of designer sunglasses by the pool, Larry asks "Anybody lose these?" in the quietest voice possible before claiming them for himself.
- After Larry's... "high colonic treatment", we get this exchange.
- Larry's unenthusiastic "woof"s during his "playtime" with Thunderbird.
- Larry's attempt at masturbating in his glass-paned bathroom, which causes a crowd of onlookers to stare at him. This naturally causes a game over.
- Unzipping your pants in front of Gary the towel attendant will cause Larry to "die" via Gay Option.
- LSL 7:
Peter: ...are there any questions?Crowd: Are there any answers?Peter: *annoyed* You may begin.
- As Peter Purser finishes up explaining the rules for the Thighs Man Trophy contest:
Narrator: *flatly* Larry, a penis is a terrible thing to waste.
- When opting to seduce Peggy.
Larry: *thinking* Nooooooooooo...
- Even attempting to use a pick up line makes it clear Larry DOESN'T want her.
Ship Announcer: LAFFER! GET YOUR ASS UP TO CAPTAIN THYGH'S CABIN!
- Attempting to "look" at Peggy's chest will cause Neil Ross (the narrator) to break character and refuse to read the intended line, calling out Al (who can be heard laughing in the background) and claiming he has "standards".
- When Larry asks Drew about Anton Fokker, the screen (a closeup shot of Drew from Larry's POV) slowly scrolls down while she talks. It isn't until she's done talking when she notices and calls you out. Unlocking an Easter Egg lets you see the goods without interruption.
- Farting around long enough (or looking for the last remaining Dildos) after you've won the contest will result in this friendly little reminder from the ship's announcer.
Captain Thygh: Who the hell is THAT?Larry: I don't know. But I hear him all the time!
- After winning the contest and meeting Captain Thygh, she refuses to participate as she's filled with ennui, but Larry is obviously confused as to what she means. The narrator then gives the definition of ennui (boredom), explains the word's origins, and uses it in a sentence. Larry isn't the only one who hears him.
- LSL 8:
- "Lesbian Nights" — a parody of "Summer Nights" from Grease where Larry and Ione sing the story of their date from earlier in the game and how it traumatized her into out-and-out lesbianism.
- Earlier, when Ione starts chewing Larry out for what he did, he attempts to deflect her criticism by blurting out "I'm gay!" We then get an I Knew It reaction...from Larry's own crotch.
- One of Barbara Jo's conversations where Larry uses puppets to try and calm Barbara down, especially if you get some of the wrong options.
- When Larry Lovage and Morgan plays some unspecified Tabletop Roleplaying Game (although It's obviously intended to be D&D, given the sheet design shown) Larry's solution to saving a princess from becoming a virgin sacrifice is to make sure she's no longer a virgin.