"At this point in the play, we were planning a show tune, an upbeat, "gotta leave this town" kinda show tune. But we don't know how to write those kinds of tunes." All the while, the youth is dancing to an imaginary show tune, then suddenly stops and looks confused. "However, we do know how to make fun of European avant-garde cinema!"
Youth's awkward dancing in "The Black One" that all the other characters seemed very impressed by.
The "Must Have Been High" scene.
Terry: I'm thirty and my life is over! AND I HAVEN'T EVEN BEEN TO SEA WORLD! Well, that's OK, 'cos I'll just go there with my boring wife, who hates music, and my ugly kids, who hate me! Help me somebody! I'm from Los Angeles; I know what it's like to be dead! (Reaches out to audience)
When Hugo is awkwardly leaving an argument between Youth and Desi, and announces "True love can only exist after the revolution!", flashes a peace sign and exits to perfectly timed, comical music.
When Desi is first introduced and Stew is singing a song about her ideals and such until she silences him by putting a hand to his face and yelling "Have a discussion with ze hand!", to which Stew looks amazed at.