- Almost every line Milo says is hilarious.
- "Have you ever thought of bottling your sweat and selling it?"
- The Running Gag of Dieter being dragged away by mysterious men in black every time he makes a public spectacle of himself.
105b - Family Vacation
- Pepper Ann imagining a Bad Future where she's a crusty, bitter waitress whose only joy in life comes from her Mariachi Frogs. Oh, and her husband is a biker who happens to be Pink Eye Pete.
108 - The Environ-Mentals
- Every time Milo's ungodly horrific work of art is seen.
113b - In Support Of
- The entire thing, indeed.
- "It's right HERE!"
- "Pepper Ann, do you want breasts?"
206b - Mash Into Me
- Pepper Ann throwing her shoe at a wandering marching band (twice) from her house and yelling at them as they run off, screaming:
Pepper Ann: "Curse you, wandering minstrels!"
213b - That's My Dad
- When Pepper Ann wants to find out more about her dad, she decides to look for the old love letters he sent Lydia when they were dating. Pepper discovers that all the letters have large chunks cut out of them, so she asks Lydia about what they said. Lydia is then heard leaving the house and driving far away.
409b - Permanent Record
- When Nicky is given detention, and Pepper Ann fears she won't be able to handle it, she tries to get detention as well. However, her only attempt at getting detention involves her putting a bucket on her head and humming "Oh My Darling Clementine" in a very creepy way. She does this all day and instead of detention, she's sent to the counselor's office.
415 - The Amazing Becky Little
- Nicky's fear of swans is so bad, when she tried to play Swan Lake, she briefly imagined she was being attacked and tried using her violin as a crossbow.
511a - Unhappy Campers
- Whatever it was Pepper Ann and Milo were trying to do in the gym late at night. Nicky tried to stop them because she felt it was too insane, even for them. We have no idea what they were gonna do, but P.A. was so insistent on making it happen, she managed to convince Alex Trebek to help her. That in itself constitutes a Noodle Incident of the highest regard.