* In the anime, [[spoiler: Miki and Meiko go to Hiroshima to confront Namura]]. While [[spoiler: Meiko and Namura talk on the beach]], Miki is bored and approaches a bunch of local deer to feed them. The deer are [[BigEater VERY hungry]] and start surrounding Miki to get more treats. [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Miki ends up pitching a terrified fit and runs away SCREAMING.]] (TruthInTelevision: [[http://othartryggvassen.tumblr.com/post/98036291623 Several Japanese parks have deer on the loose]] and the visitors can feed them, so sometimes this happens in RealLife.)
* Yuu. Ginta. [[spoiler: Ginta squaling about a beautiful girl he saw in an ad. That girl is actually ''a crossdressing Yuu''.]] HilarityEnsues.
* Satoshi and Yuu get MistakenForGay. Being the GenreSavvy {{Trickster}} that he is, Satoshi deliberately fuels said fantasies, and even ''Meiko'' [[YaoiFangirl gets caught up on them]].
* When Meiko returns to school [[spoiler: after being suspended for the Namura deal]], people start gossiping behind her back and even in front of her. The GossipyHens get stopped by the simultaneous {{death glare}}s of Miki, Yuu, Ginta and the {{Meganekko}} Chigusa, who then angrily sniff at them before they take Meiko away.
* In the movie, we have Miki's interaction with the Gastmen, a group of kids who are essentially a parody of ''Franchise/SuperSentai'', first she pretends to be Sentai villain [[note]] (which retroactively foreshadows Creator/MarikoKouda voicing [[Anime/HappinessChargePrettyCure Queen Mirage]] a good 19 years later) [[/note]], and later she's seen doing Sentai poses while the kids and onlookers watch, ''Meiko's'' reaction only sells it even further and even Yuu can't help but bust out laughing at Miki's antics.