MarzGurl's entry for The Search For the Nostalgia Chick, a review of The Last Unicorn, includes a part where MarzGurl dons a long, silver wig and lip-syncs to the So Bad, It's Good "Now That I'm a Woman".
MarzGurl wondering if she can attract boys by learning how to sing and kiss at the same time, like Prince Liir and Lady Amalthea appear to do in a short scene.
MarzGurl's review of Arcade Gamer Fubuki, a blatant promotion show of Sega games in form of an anime, has her theorizing that the Mysterious Protector character Mr. Mystery, who only wears a thong and a mask, dangerously accompanying a little girl (with lots of Panty Shot stuffs) to be Segata Sanshiro. Cue to Mr. Mystery's goofy entrance accompanied with Segata Sanshiro's theme and Sanshiro himself saying "Sega Saturn!".
Out of her review of Beauty and Warrior. the shot where she shouts, "OH MY GOD, ANIME!" while the camera zooms in and out.
The ending - she tries to use meditation to go back in time and get the dollar back - since most will agree the movie wasn't even worth that - but instead winds up in the purple colon title. Prompting her to turn around and scream "NOOOOOO!!!"
MarzGurl vs. The Four Horsemen Burger. She and two of her friends attempt to eat a burger that is so hot you can't touch it without gloves. Hilarity Ensues.
Especially seeing as Marzgurl handled herself better than the two boys did with eating it.
MarzGurl admits in her Thumbelina review that even though she dislikes "Marry the Mole," she doesn't agree with people who call it the worst movie song ever, because she finished watching Rock-A-Doodle before putting on this movie. She then plays a clip in which the Grand Duke and his minions sing about the dying batteries in Chanticleer's friends' flashlight.
Cringer: B-b-b-but Adam, I'm too scared to fight Skeletor!
He-Man: Oh for the love of god Cringer, I'm not in the mood for your Snarf crap okay?
Her Crayon Recreation of Jem provides nothing but laughs from beginning to end.
I'm Jem, of Jem and the Holograms. And nobody knows it, but I'm a little bit like Batman! The truth is, I'm really Jerrica Benton, owner of Starlight Music, and my parents are dead!
The ending differs from that of the show. Synergy becomes disgusted with Jerrica dating Rio as two different girls, as well as Jerrica apparently having no problems with the possibility that Rio feels okay with cheating on her, so Synergy self-destructs.