Paw's Let's Play of King's Quest V has two particularly funny moments: Naming a save file "Paw Harpy Rape" and
Paw: You're welcome, you ungrateful biiiiiiiiiiiiiiitch!
The crowning moment, however, is at the end of the whole Let's Play... whereas Paw suddenly finds the world works kind of like the King's Quest V world, with interfaces, narrations, etc. And then he dies on a shallow water... and it turns out that King Graham is playing 'Paw's Quest V'.
Paw trying to take a drink of water only to be interrupted by the narrator, causing him to jump and Spit Take.
Paw's reaction to using the pie on the Yeti is priceless!
Falling off the edges of cliffs... ESPECIALLY after the Yeti is defeated and Paw saves the game!
There is also one time when Graham suddenly trips and falls off three feet from the steps... just before his stock scream is cut off a split-second later by his body hitting the floor, resulting in a senseless death by falling over! Paw's reaction to that is priceless: "What?! I died from a three-foot fall?! King Swayze's bones must have been made out of rice cakes!"
"It's a POOOOOIIIISONOUS snake!"
"Is it a POOOOOIIIISONOUS boat?"
And in the King's Quest V retrospective, he wins a prize for making the thousandth joke about how annoying Cedric is: the ability to force cameos to say the line.
"Ah, life-giving water...NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNECTAR of the GODS!!!"
"I don't need your help - I have a bag of dried peas!"
"If I had another bag of peas, I'd kick your ass!"
His initial reaction to hearing about Madame Mushka. "THE MAMUSHKA!"
Near the start of the LP, Paw remarks that Graham's portrait reminds him of someone, but he can't put his finger on it. A few episodes later, he finally realizes it's Patrick Swayze circa Road House. For the rest of the LP, Graham's talking portrait is randomly replaced by a pic of Swayze dressed as Graham, talking via "flappy head" like South Park's Canadians.
From his Alice in Wonderland Let's Play, "Fuck ladders, I am invincible."
Him noting how the "ask" menu only has single words instead of full questions and explaining that the hero "isn't very bright". He then proceeds to use a Simpleton Voice for all the hero's dialogue and portrays him as The Ditz for the rest of the Let's Play series.
In the KQ3 Redux LP, when he discovers that you can have Gwydion fall off the steps in Manannan's spellroom without dying... then does it every single time he goes down there while saying "SHORTCUT!" He does it gleefully several more times while on the pirate ship.
Paw: And because of this, we got to ride on the magic carpet, which is our one ticket out of town, with this fellow named, um... Hubba...dubbuba... Turban...meister. That's totally his name, don't even bother looking it up, you'll just have to trust me on this one.
The name he gives the hero: "YOUR LORD AND MASTER", complete with temporarily raising his voice whenever someone says it.
Him freaking out when the tree woman turns around to look directly at him.
He gives any woman wearing a mouth-covering veil a muffled voice, making them sound remarkably like Kenny.
Jew Wario's cameo in Paw's King's Quest III retrospective that, though obvious, just made me laugh. To explain the character in the game just turned his evil master into a cat. They quickly insert Jew Wario's "KITTY!" line but I had a Jump Laugh if that's possible.
Paw's recap of just how much Prince Ali brings with him in his Music Movies for Aladdin. All 650+ people, animals and servants included.
Also, his casual reference to how the artists had "a little too much fun" drawing the dancing girls in Prince Ali's procession.
"He was a Dark tall man, with his dark parrot Iago, in the darkest part of the desert, alright, I'll stop."
When Paw questions the logic behind "making a prince", Aladdin's "Prince Licence" pops up on screen.
"Entitles bearer to:
Become a douche
Lie like a rug
Learn important moral lessons"
When the time comes to get a new movie for the dartboard, he hopes for another Disney movie... and gets Jesus Christ Superstar. However, the REAL clincher is that The Little Mermaid was RIGHT UNDER IT.
In his review of Jesus Christ Superstar, his comment that Simon the Zealot's "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH-MENNNNNNNNN!!!" should be how all prayers should finish. He then demonstrates and nearly brings down the house. Literally.
When she gets the socks out again to explain another character, Paw stops her.
That whole review is gold, honestly.
This troper was anticipating a joke at Jessica Harper's dance. Their reactions to it were priceless.
The opening of the review, when Elisa is playing that her Phantom of the Opera dolls are putting a "master plan" into action, only to crumple into a depressed heap when Paw's dart flies through a portal in her wall and hits one. And her entire intro scene with him is accompanied by music from Phantom of the Opera.
When Paw plays "The Sword of Damocles" over the beginning of Beef's song, before Elisa puts a stop to it.
Paw: "And who do they find?"
When discussing "Fidelity Fiduciary Bank" from Mary Poppins, the old men do a strange choreographed walk. Paw responds thusly...
Paw singing the title song with random words in place of Snoopy's name. Eventually, he Skypes Obscurus Lupa so she can hear him sing it with her name. She gets so annoyed, she tries to replace Snoopy's name with Paw's, but discovers it doesn't have the right number of syllables.
And in Oklahoma!, Roses evidently knows how to hack into Paw's show to give reasons why she likes the show...ignoring Paw completely.
on paper Can I please continue?
"Spot the lesbian!"
Him realizing that the actress must be in her 70s by now.
From the Evita review, we have the visual representation of the phrase "Rainbow High."
During "Don't Cry For Me, Argentina," Paw wants to look up a reference he doesn't understand. Because his couch is now several feet away from the bookshelf, he comically jumps over it to get to and from the shelf. While the song plays in the background.
Paw & Elisa team up again for Fantasia... and they bring the funny again.
The return of the sock puppets was brilliant.
During the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment, they discuss how it was originally intended to be its own work, but they decide that the plot isn't involved enough and it works better as part of Fantasia. Then "The Rite Of Spring" cues and Paw suggests that it should have been used in The Wicker Man. When Elisa asks which version, he insists on the old one, as Nicolas Cage couldn't do the plot justice. In short, they criticized The Sorcerer's Apprentice without even acknowledging that it exists.
Joined by JewWario and Nella, the entirety of the sequel Fantasia 2000 takes place in an alternate universe where, somehow, the first movie doesn't exist.
The video opens with JewWario and Nella playing a My Little Pony tabletop RPG.
During the Doctor Dolittle review, Paw gains the ability to speak to appliances. He is then told off by an air conditioner. But the funniest bit is when he is chastised by the do not cross sign:
Paw: Hello there, Do-not-walk Sign.
Do-not-walk Sign 1 / Nancy: Donít you hello me! How many times have I yelled at you not to cross the goddamn street, and yet you do it anyway! Iím like ĎHey man, stay on the sidewalk. A car could come through at any moment and crush your skull like a cassava melon filled with marinaraí, but do you listen to me?! No!
Do-not-walk Sign 2 / Manny: *Distant* He always stops for me!
Nancy: You always stop for him! What did I ever do to you, you prick?!
Do-not-walk Sign 3: Oh, címon Nancy, leave him be. He always looks both ways.
During The Hunchback of Notre Dame review, at the end of the song "The Bells of Notre Dame", Paw drags himself back onto his reviewing couch:
Have you ever gotten so many goose bumps from a song that youíve lost consciousness? *Exhale* I canít feel my fingers.
Pawís various reactions to the gargoyle characters and their musical numbers.
Paw discussing the musical motif:
Itís almost enough for the raging music geek in me, which I admit is fairly close to the surface, to go throughout the entire movie and count the instances of that motif. But, *nervous chuckle* that would be obsessive . . . *laughs nervously* Fourteen.
His obsession with the animated household objects/cursed people in Beauty and the Beast, and how many there are.
Geez, Beast, either you were renting out space thirty people to a room, or you were running a freaking slave ring!
then, at the ending
Human!Beast: Awww, guys, I'm sorry I was such a prick I almost damned you for all eternity, group hug!
His confusion at the gender of the plant in "Little Shop of Horrors".
Whenever the plant demands to be fed, the word "Feed" is bleeped out, leading Paw to remark that "It's like a hentai dream come true."
He flies into another rare rage at the happy ending, and the effects actually make it just as scary as it is funny.
Brentalfloss:*Scatting Carol of the Bells* Would you like an apple pie with that? Would you like an apple pie with that?
Brentalfloss: Okay, you know what? You can be as miserable as you want, Scrooge McFuck; Iím going to go deck the fuckiní halls! Whatever that means.
Marley!The Nostalgia Chick gives her warning and fades away. Paw tries to continue with his review when:
NChick: *Reappears, eerie voice* Forgot my forty. *Picks up bottle of booze and fades away again.*
ďHoly cra- D-d-did Beaker just flip Scrooge off?Ē [Replays clip] ďThis movie has made my cool book.Ē [Clip plays again in slow motion, with an explosion, a bit of the ĎHalleluiahí chorus and ĎOWNEDí superimposed over the end of it].
The running gag of the exploding wall clocks and Brentalfloss being so nonchalant about it and having (multiple) replacements:
Paw: *Hanging up a second replacement clock* How much do these things cost you, anyway?
Brentalfloss: *From the next room* Allow a man some frivolities!
Then, when he expects it to explode and it doesnít.
Elisa's appearance as the Ghost of Christmas Past. Literally the moment you see her, before she's even spoken a word, you can tell that she is having too much fun with this just by her get-up.
And her later reappearance can only be described as a Jump Laugh.
Nella: *Threateningly, music score changes* Muppets are all you need to know. *Paw cowers. Suddenly cheerful, laughs* Jolly!
Paw: *Whispers* Send help!
The reason Todd, the Ghost of Christmas yet to come is mostly silent? Heís completely absorbed in his personal tech device.
All the characters are waving goodbye, except Brentalfloss who is now, to both our and his confusion, incorporeal. Just his expression says, Really? Really?! How did this happen? Címon! before finally joining in on the farewells.
"'The Washing Song,' or as I like to call it, 'The Waterboarding of Grumpy'..."
He and Brentalfloss demonstrate how Fiddler on the Roof's "If I Were a Rich Man" sounds like the singer can only remember half the words.
He accidentally refers to Idlewild as a glory hole.
In his "West Side Story" review, he runs into a private closet where he bows down to an altar of Stephen Sondheim, offering a freshly slaughtered inferior musical CD to appease him.
Paw tries to justify his selection of "A Boy Like That/I Have A Love" for Worst by ingesting some helium (offscreen), then summarizing the song as Maria insisting that Tony will never hurt her because he loves her and "...it's love and love love lovey love love love." He caps this off by saying, "Blech!" in his normal voice.
While reviewing "Rock of Ages": "I am not a hipster!" as he's wearing a knit hat with shaggy hair and sunglasses...and holds up a Pabst Blue Ribbon can.
In his South Pacific review, he starts complaining about the use of colour filters and vignettes. The editing for the gag is perfect:
Nellie: Just look at that yellow sun! *Cue sudden yellow filter*
Paw as Nellie: Wow, it looks like that yellow sun is moving closer and closer, ready to engulf us all!
Nellie *As an angry-faced sun image grows steadily larger in the background*: I donít think itís the end of the world as everyone else thinks. *Sudden explosion*
Earlier, the summing up of the first fourths of the movie:
"We're on this island with no chicks except for these really attractive nurses. Hey, all the action's over here on that painting, let's go see! I'm in love! So am I! I'm in love as well! I'm mute. Wait, you used to be married to a non-Caucasian? I'm leaving! You're a non-Caucasian! I'm leaving! Woe and conflict!"
Adams' and his wife's letter exchange in his 1776 review, topped off with the sound effects on the horses.
Paw finds what he thinks is the synopsis to 1776... but it's really Nella's founding father fanfiction. And yes. It's slash.
In his Wizard of Oz review, the cameraman gets bored and starts filming other stuff besides Paw. He focuses on Paw's Xbox controller and tries to grab it, but Paw wrestles it back "You will be educated!"
The ending of his The Lion King review, where Paw does the customary dartboard ending and hits The Lion King again. Paw takes this to mean that Disney is getting revenge on him by forcing him to review the sequels.
The opening of Paw's Mondegreen lyrics of "Circle of Life"'s Swahili lyrics.
Mama ditch the baba!
Shitty boom. Venn ya mon. (Venn ya mon.)
Naaaaazivania, We're back in key, See the ball (City womb)
Hem hem mama
Hide a vase (Venn ya mon.) Scene immobilized (Venn ya mon.)
Penguin yawner, penguin on my bottom (X3)
The confused grandmother from his Lion King Sequels review.