- The "STD Bingo card" joke in the review of That Awkward Moment.
- Endless Love (the remake) broke Brad and perhaps even more than that ("it made my soul melty"). Especially since the movie is almost an adaptation In Name Only and closer to a Nicholas Sparks book. Jillian's light-hearted moments prevent the review from getting hard to watch. Brad even lampshades that, without Jillian, it would have been the most depressing review and video he made for the website.
- Their review of Robocop features an Orphaned Punchline at the very beginning: "Maybe (Brian Lewis's) ancestors owned him." The crew admitted the orphaned punchline will make no sense to the audience, but if you think a little harder you will realize they were discussing why Lewis is a black man in this movie.
- The Winter's Tale review. All of it.
"Oh no, I killed her with my penis"
- Brian's impersonation of the crying sound that Mary Magdalene does in Son of God.
- Sarah imitating Peter's crying.
- Sarah telling Brian what he missed while he dozed off: "You missed the torture scene, and the other torture scene, and the 'Jesus makes a black friend' scene..."
- Brian's impression of the kid from ''Heaven Is For Real" and his take on the trailer.
- At the end of the review, the light of the car goes out, and they (Brian and Sarah, who did the review, and Jillian and Brad, who were in the back of the car) say goodbye. Cue Brian going "Urrrrghhh!" just before the video finishing.
- Brad getting a taste of what he's been dishing out to Dave and Brian when he has to go see Tyler Perry's Single Moms Club.
- The first line of the video was like a Brick Joke more than a year in the making (since Dave and Brian had to see Tyler Perry's Temptation):
Brad: Everything they said was true!
- Brad and Sarah guess that the society of Divergent was created so that the four main factions would kill each other and leave Amity in charge.
- The reenactment of the dialogue throughout the Sabotage review.
- The God's Not Dead review:
- Like Battleship, there's Dave swearing someone out for talking during the movie. More specifically, a youth group member who was 12 or 13.
- Jake telling a story of his school Wrestling days in the Draft Day review is priceless.
- The funniest part of the "Draft Day" review is while Jake is recapping the plot of the movie, and they start assigning the characters stupid nicknames, for example: Bo Callahan is Bo Titties, P. Diddy's character is Pizzle Dizzle, Vontae Mack is Mack Daddy, and Ray Jennings is Ray-Jay.
- Rio 2: Brad comes up with a pun so good that even Jake can't help but smile:
- Brad recalling his experience directing a Spanish version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, despite not speaking the language at all.
- Jake recalling his story of starring in an anti-drug play. As 17 different characters. Brad jokes that he was the Peter Sellers of his school.
- Brad mentioning a reenactment of the aftermath of a drunk driving accident and mentioning that passing drivers must've been freaked out by seeing the aftermath and everyone standing around.
- The fact that only about a third of the video is spent discussing the film itself.
- In the Heaven Is For Real review, Brad and Dave stumble upon the kid's twitter account.
- The Quiet Ones review, where Brad and Jillian make fun of the noisy audience.
- In the Brick Mansions review, Brian and Sarah constantly use "parkour" as a noun.
- Then there's Brian's attempt at parkour in the car. The key word being "attempt".
- The Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return review sees the return of Angry Jake in full force, and it is glorious.
- Of note is Jake's refusal to call "that Marshmallow guy" by his actual name.
- Also of note, Jake demanding to know where the Gales' insurance guy was, and Brad responds as the "Caught ya a dollar" guy.
- His surprise at seeing how somehow his Grandpa Tuggers idea was made into a movie, and it was this one.
- When discussing the unusual closing credits, note they theorize that the movie could have been funded through either Kickstarter or Indie Go Go. note Brad jokes about giving them $1000 under "Angry Jake Norvell".
Brad: "We were about to cancel this whole production, but then we got a thousand extra dollars!"
Jake: "Oh no, argh!"
Brad: "Now we can put it in 2,000 cinemas nationwide!"
Jake: "Starting with the home town of the person who donated, Mr. 'Angry Jake' Norvell."
- During the Million Dollar Arm review, Brad compares Jillian to Dorothy from Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return, he even edits in a side by side comparison and the resemblance is uncanny.
- At the end of the Godzilla review, the random guy who wants to know if Brad wants to get "drunk and high".
- Pointing out that despite the fact that Godzilla is a giant monster who is taller than most buildings, he still causes less collateral damage than Superman in Man Of Steel.
- The car light going out at the exact time that they actually start talking about the movie itself. They realize this means they spent ten whole minutes discussing the 1998 film before getting down to business.
- In the The Fault in Our Stars review, Brad and Sarah tell stories about Dave's misadventures in driving, including crashing his car into another car full of foreign delegates.
- Jake is more mellow than usual in the How to Train Your Dragon 2 review due to seeing a good movie and winning a plush neckrest from a claw crane. He and Brad joke about how it turns him into "Zen Jake" who has no problem with movies like The Smurfs 2. Brad then impersonates an angry fan who thinks the new Jake is boring.
- When talking about Kevin Hart's narration in Think Like a Man Too note The weather outside of the car consists of thunder and lightning, leading to this gem from Brad:
Brad: "Looks like the sky is gonna provide a three-point shot to win the game!"
- Brad saying how this movie completes Wendi McLendon-Covey's "Trilogy of Shit" having starred in Single Moms Club and Blended prior in the year.
- Brad and Irving in the Jersey Boys review talking about their childhood sex talks and late night Cinemax watching is a thing of beauty...
- The Earth to Echo review, where Jake has a blunder on par with the "Assburgers" incident.
- Brad saying that the movie is sort of a remake of the Atari 2600 ET game, followed by Jake yelling at Brad for the latter's defense of the game.
- When discussing the stupidity of Who Shot JFK? theories, Brad and Jake joke about the conspiracies surrounding the Challenger explosion, such as Reagan ordering the explosion to win the election note It gets better with this dialogue:
Jake (as Oliver North):
"Mr. President, we need security clearance to shoot down the ship."
Jake (as Reagan): "Jelly beans."
Brad: "It's a go!"
Jake (as North):
"You heard the man, it's a go, shoot the bitch
! Look at those approval ratings."
Brad: "Mission accomplished."
Jake: "Mission accomplished sir, well done."
- In the Planes: Fire and Rescue review, Brad & Jake break equate an RV-Salesman whom himself is an RV to slavery, of course leading to a rendition of Slaver Brian selling R Vs. "If I buy this RV, why do I have to buy the five smaller ones? Got to keep the family together..."
- The Purge: Anarchy review, Brad & Jake talk about an internet reviewer style purge. The main rule being that they can make fun of the viewers but the reverse cannot happen with the highlight being what Irving could say during it.
- Brad, Sarah and Dave see a trailer for The Maze Runner at Into The Storm. From the presence of a mechanical spider, they guess that the characters are being held prisoner by Arliss Lovelace.
- In what comes in a close second in terms of faulty tech behind Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014), a chunk of Brad and Dave's review of The November Man is dedicated to the theater losing power and them having to wait 40 minutes to finish the movie. All two minutes of what was left of it.
- The thumbnail for the As Above So Below review, which has Jake and Brian holding hands behind their backs.
Brian: "You know Brad's gonna make this the review image right?
- "Chairman" Brian reviews chairs. When it rivals "Slaver Brian" in terms of notability, it was destined for this page. The rambling description on Brian's part doesn't hurt either.
- Crossing over with Brad and Dave's review of The November Man above are both parties talking about the "Monsoon season" they've had in Springfield.
: "Because we live in the fucking Philippines
- Brian shaking the camera in order to mock the lead character's similar methods of getting a hologram of something on her phone.
- Brad and Jake's reaction to just how bad The Identical turned out to be. They were shocked into laughter.
Brad: That movie wasn't very good, dude.
Jake: The movie was really bad, bro!
Brad: Aw. What the fuck, bro?
Jake: Goddamnit, bro!
Brad: The movie sucked, bro!
Jake: The movie sucked so bad, bro!
Brad note (In Southern drawl) Then we go to ten years later...where their son is 18 but looks 38.
- The beginning of the Dolphin Tale 2 review, where Brad and Jake are talking about making their own Mackerel movie, and taking a page from Spy Kids 4 by having a "4-D" gimmick where every smell is "Mackerel".
- During The Equalizer review when discussing the promo for Wahlburgers, they come up with their own idea for a reality show: ''PanJakes" which is centered around Jake opening a pancake stand in the middle of Springfield.
- The beginning of the Left Behind review. Since Brad and Jake were parked under a floodlight, they joke that God is rapturing them out of pity over seeing so many terrible Christian movies this year, in spite of them both not being that religious.
Jake (As God): "You've gone through enough boys. Come on up."
- Then after that, Jake realizes that there's a spider in the car leading him to have a hilarious freakout.
- When Brad talks about Nicolas Cage's dispiriting performance, he equates it to watching someone grieve over a dead dog. Jake replies with:
- Crossing over with Crowning Moment Of Awesome, Brad and Jake's take on the Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas trailer and their utter evisceration of the so-called "War on Christmas".
"First of all, you did not save Christmas, Kirk Cameron. Ernest P. Worrell
saved Christmas! Show some respect!"
- When talking about Hillsong-Let Hope Rise, Brad and Jake say that when they're trying to convince "Hipster Dave" to see it, he'll still act like he's heard of them.
- While talking about Exodus: Gods and Kings, Brad jokes that he got his knowledge of Judaism from Woody Allen movies.
- Brad mentions he had to stop pranking/scaring Dave with the ventriloquist dummies because he once ended up accidentally scaring himself.
- They say Gone Girl was so good even Tyler Perry was good in it.
- Dave and Brian's ideas for sequel names for Dracula Untold such as Dracula 3: What Did I Done Tell You? and Dracula 6: Runteldat to the Mountains.
- Brad and Irving's review of The Judge.
- Dave and Brian's review of The Best of Me, and when discussing the jerk husband with the name Frank Reynolds and his friend "Chaz." Dave talks about how "We need a really WASP-y motherfucker hanging around with us."
Dave: "I hate him. Do you hate him?"
Brian: "'Hate' is such a small word."
- During Brad and Jake's review of Ouija, they talk about how the boyfriend of one girl is never seen, and how the characters just yell towards his car as it drives around.
- Jake, Brian and Irving spend almost all of the Big Hero 6 review discussing the Short Circuit movies, the Chappie trailer, the obscure Blaxploitation film Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde, Harry S Truman and Irving jerking off.
Irving: "N'awlins! Jazz! Black folk!"
- Especially when they imitate Truman holding up the Dewey Defeats Truman paper, only with him also Flipping the Bird. Followed by them imagining a scenario where Truman buys 365 editions of the paper so he can drop it off at Dewey's front door every day.
Brian as Truman:
Come find me, I think you know the address
- The beginning of the Dumb and Dumber To review. Not only are Brad and Jake dressed in respectively Harry and Lloyd's tuxedos, there's their stories wearing them such as Brad going up to the ticket lady and saying "Two for Rosewater.", and her not batting an eye, and going to a gas station and the clerk saying, "Nice Clockwork Orange getup!".
Nick: "I'm saying that because...Fish are...Stinky."
Clerk: "Is that supposed to be a joke?"
- The entirety of the Rosewater review, mostly because Brad and Jake are in the back, still in tuxedos.
- Near the end of their review of "Kirk Cameron's 'Saving Christmas,'" Brad is so appalled by the mind-bendingly insane awfulness of the film, he jokingly remarks how he should start sending all the other Team Snob members two by two to see it. The next day...we find out he did exactly that.
- Brad and Dave's bewilderment at the trailer for Little Boy, and their horror at what was to come.
"Two for Little Boy!'"
"We just got out of Little Boy!"
- During Jake and Irving's follow-up review, Jake points out how the lone black male character's characterization borders on Sassy Black Woman. Irving then summarizes the behavioral stereotype as a "Negress," giving us this golden exchange:
Jake: "A NEGRESS? What the hell is a NEGRESS? A black princess?"
Irving: (over Jake's sentence) "A female Negro...yes!"
(Cut to a solid thirty seconds of Irving cackling and Jake slumped over the steering wheel making a series of deep snorting noises while trying to regain his composure)
Jake: "We're probably gonna end up cutting that out."
- In Sarah and Brian's review, they start discussing the Adam and Eve story, which gives us this gem from Sarah:
Sarah: [As Adam] "Honey, I know you have to suffer from the rigors of childbirth, but in my defense...it looked delicious."
- The entirety of the Nothing! video.
- To elaborate, since The Pyramid got Screwed by the Network and hasn't come to Springfield (having been the only release scheduled for that week), Brad and Jake decide to talk about whatever comes to mind. Namely, Surge, Chatterbox, Mass Effect, Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption, Project Almanac and Raising Hope.
- Jake's reactions to Brad describing Chatterbox.
- Brad and Jake talk about "Moose on the Loose" and Jake imitates hunters adhering to the arbitrary rules of the game.
- There's Brad's take on Raising Hope where he had to take a while to buy Garret Dillahunt as a caring grandfather after seeing him in roles where he played murderers and rapists.
- Jake's story of lighting firecrackers in his parents' room, with Jake mentioning his Dad having PTSD. Jake says he also should've played All Along the Watchtower.
- Jake tells a fantastical tale of his solo viewing of Annie. For starters, Brian, who was supposed to see the movie with Jake, had his car break down; he texted Brad with a long paragraph starting with "FUCK FUCK MOTHER FUCKER", which Brad immediately knew meant "I can't make it". Brad then informed Jake of the bad news, that he would be seeing the movie solo (or, as they refer to it, he was "Peeples'd", since Brian did the same thing to Dave at that movie). Once Jake got in the movie theater, a larger black woman showed up behind him. Once she got close enough to see him, she was surprised that he was a 20-something white guy watching Annie on his own, which caused her to burst out into laughter that continued into snickering for about 10 minutes straight. Once the movie ended, Jake waited in his seat, since he didn't want to pass by the woman again, but she remained seated. Eventually he stood up, turned to the people behind him, and asked the woman what she thought of the movie; she said she liked it. He then asked a few more people behind her what they thought, and they thought it was stupid (a sentiment Jake agreed with). Before Jake, could leave, the woman asked him one question: "What the hell is your white ass doing in here with Black Annie?!"
- When discussing how Sandy got his name by being named after Hurricane Sandy, Brad tells quite possibly the darkest joke ever told on the show.
(Jake bursts into laughter.)
- During the "Worst Films of 2014 (Brad and Jake Edition)", Brad informs Jake that The Pyramid apparently isn't about mummies, but about zombified cats, which bursts the two into hysterics.
Brad: "Oh, just pretend it's a bunch of little Lloyds!"
Jake: "They just want some lovin'!"