*game makes a "ding-dong" sound* Kung-Fu Jesus: Someone's at the door! Medibot, get my door. Medibot: Yes'm. *door opening sound; MyNameIsKaz enters the room* Kung-Fu Jesus: OH WAIT, THERE WAS ACTUALLY SOMEONE AT THE DOOR?!?!
Note that KFJ does not actually have a doorbell, making this an instance of pure comedic timing. Them trying to explain what just happened is also hilarious.
medibot: Fuck the fourth wall, let's break the fifth and sixth while we're at it!
As is customary, the immediate defiance of advice regarding hazardous terrain.
"Be careful not to fall, huh?"
*Sonic slowly edges towards the balancing beam and immediately sinks into the water like a rock.*
Kaz goes on to voiceact Professor Pickle in all of his appearances. Not only is his impersonation spot on (including skipped text), he later voiceacts all identified items in the subsequent Sonic and the Black Knight LP (even while cooking them dinner), leading the others to question if he has a compulsive disorder.
This leads to a Hilarious in Hindsight moment in Sonic Generations. For his S-rank replay of Seaside Hill Act 2, the game's designated level for running over water, pokecapn equips the ability that gives him unlimited (boost) power.
In part 28, the gang come across a monster that reminds them of the Elementals from Sonic '06. They have a discussion on the differences between the two beasts — which culminates in a spot-on jab at Sonic Team's business practices during the making of '06.
Just before the final boss battle in Black Knight:
Gawain:You fool! This no longer has anything to do with chivalry! Kung-Fu Jesus: I decide when chivalry applies, and now is not the time! Sonic:It was never about chivalry for me... Kung-Fu Jesus: It was all about being summoned here for some reason, and now you're letting me the fuck back, or I swear I will take this broken sword, and shove it so far up your ass— pokecapn: SHUT UP.
And then there's medibot going off on a tangent about Octorok Krispy Kremes... really, there's a crowning moment of funny just about every time medibot opens his mouth.
During the game's special stages, KFJ tries to figure out what all the developers were smoking to make the kaleidoscope-style backgrounds, based on their color (i.e. red pepper flakes, salt, oregano...), culminating with this discussion:
Medibot(playing as Luigi): I have extraordinarily long legs, I was bitten by a radioactive leg.
Kung-Fu Jesus: You're not allowed to say that!
Made even funnier in Mario Party 3 when Luigi metamorphoses into an even leggier version of himself. Waluigi.
Game: "Bowser Ran!" Medibot: "That's right, you better run!"
Kaz is the prettiest magical princess.
You mean MASTER OF DEVILS.
At one point in Mario Party 2, everyone starts vocalizing their characters' taunts instead of simply using them. Except KFJ, who despite a game effort simply cannot do the Yoshi "zip-zip" with his mouth. It becomes funnier when Yoshi switches to his Yoshi's Story voice in later installments... and Kaz can do the voice better than KFJ ever could.
Their first house rule of choice is "Wario Party", in which no one gets to see the instructions before each mini-game. This can lead to hilarity. For an excellent example of why, observe this game of Hide and Go BOOM! from Mario Party 4.
The entire running gag of Kaz's increasing frustration at how everyone wins the roulette wheel except him. He eventually gets his moment.
Mario Party 4, during the Avalanche! minigame. Pokecapn has built up a substantial lead, KFJ and Kaz have just been swept up by the avalanche and medibot looks not to far behind. Pokecapn then takes this opportunity to gloat:
In Mario Party 5, medibot, as Waluigi, has been holding a Bone capsule at some point. KFJ, as Yoshi, lands on a Chain Chomp space and chooses Waluigi as the target, not knowing what the bone would do to Chain Chomps, despite pokecapn having explained it earlier and pleading with him not to choose Waluigi as his target. The result is the Chain Chomp gets lured away from Waluigi by the bone, causing pokecapn to cry out in Angrish, all while berating KFJ for being so stupid. Of course, KFJ's blood alcohol content at the time may have had something to do with it.
Even more hilarious, briefly beforehand, KFJ, sick of the Wiggler Space, declares his anger at it, and erases it. This prompts Pokecapn's voice to become strained and tearful as he berates KFJ:
Pokecapn: Do you realise what you've done?
Kung-Fu Jesus: I have eliminated a source of income.
To clarify: pokecapn gets zero Mini-Stars for being Knuckles, medibot gets zero for getting last place (which he didn't), Kaz gets zero for winning, and Kung-Fu Jesus gets zero for entirely forgetting Sonic Shuffle.
Mecha Choice. "WE DIE, WE DIE TOGETHER!" Which leads to both of them getting first place and realizing that's a viable strategy when down to two players in that game.
The Reverse Minigamenote to be clear, the Reverse Minigame is one of the selections on the roulette whenever someone lands on a Bowser Space in Mario Party 9. In a Reverse Minigame, the one who comes in last place is the winner. Cue everyone getting into position to get squished by a Thwomp, except for medibot, since he doesn't trust Bowser.
pokecapn's repeated utterances of "Boner!" in Mario's voice.
A mini Humiliation Conga for Kaz: The wing that he's on blows up out of nowhere, causing him to lose 30 Rings. Then KFJ uses a Medium to call all players to the space he's on, preventing Kaz from using the hammer space that was right in front of him. While this is happening, pokecapn is flipping out over the random explosion and KFJ is talking in a hilarious voice. It's a lot funnier than it sounds.
When MyNameIsKaz gets the most emblems as part of a bonus, pokecapn lapses into Buffy Speak Talk regarding one of the bonus conditions.
MyNameIsKaz: I won the most duels...
pokecapn: Piece of shit! You won just because of that stupid-ass fuck thingy?!
KFJ: Yep, he just won because of that stupid ass-fuck thingy.
medibot:Now we're playing Sonic Two Thousand Numbers!
A lot of the funny comes from the other guys having to explain to Kaz that yes, Sonic really did have to balance on a big plastic/metal ball in the original game, and yes, the boss fights were exactly that goofy and stupid.
At the beginning of this video, pokecapn constantly boosting to make it look like Sonic is skidding his way to Speed Highway, along with their chanting "WhoooAAAooooAAAAH!" It has to be seen to be truly appreciated.
Also, Kaz's comment on his coffee while City Escape was loading. I don't know, I guess it's how the line was delivered.
pokecapn's multiple Epic Fails in Seaside Hill, especially him falling into the SAME spike trap THREE TIMES in Act 1.
pokecapn: Ah, fuck it, let's just go. *starts boosting through water, runs out halfway through* OH! OUT OF BOOST! *dies*
Pokecapn's multiple Big "No!"s when faced with the giant wheels at the end of Act 1, especially the one that follows Sonic around the loop.
Their reaction to Espio's appearance:
pokecapn: Let's see how they mangled his voice actor.
Espio: Thank you, my friend. Beware, for I have looked into the soul of our enemy and I saw only darkness.
pokecapn: ...they've made it FANTASTIC, it's what they've DONE!
YMMV on this, but when they were about to drown in act 1... They said "IT'S NO USE!" And they haven't even gotten to Crisis City yet, let alone Silver...
On the subject of Crisis City, the 10th episode in the LP ends with them having unlocked the final set of levels, each one from a game they've previously LP'd. There is absolute silence as they're shown. You can practically feel the Oh Crap at seeing Crisis City.
In Crisis City Classic there's pokecapn's reaction to the fire tornado dragging the goal post away.
In one of the missions from Crisis City, the goons start discussing about how an Iblis Biter was awaiting Sonic behind a pillar of fire. They then liken the pillar of fire to a chocolate fountain. The discussion only gets funnier from there.
On the Mountain Path, while Kaz helps pokecapn get a Hammer, Kung-Fu Jesus and medibot decide to put out a fire on the mountain. Kung-Fu Jesus heads to a cave to get some water, while medibot tries to use a bomb, with predictable results.
The entirety of the 5-3 boss battle against Phantom Ganon. Between their attempts to volley their respective energy balls back at him, their shock at the last one switching things up, the signal dropping in the middle of the fight for a while (leaving you to speculate what's going on), finding out they have to go through the entire ordeal three times, breaking down and trying to kill each other and steal force gems mid-boss fight, to medibot constantly trying to maintain his 666 gem count, it's just a constant stream of hilarity.
medibot: Everything you read on TV Tropes is true.
Shortly after, Kaz flips out at medibot for chasing after Force Gems again, much to the amusement of pokecapn.
The Tower of Winds has two in consecutive rooms:
First is pokecapn going after a Force Gem that's spawned on the bottom floor with manic determination, wooping and giggling the whole way.
MyNameIsKaz: What is wrong with you, you fiend?
medibot: There was a thing.
The second has KFJ, who'd hated being picked up by the others right from the start, finally lose it and go on a button mashing rampage, coming only one press from quitting the level, all while pokecapn is still giggling manically.
KungFuJesus: GODDAMN IT!! DON'T PICK ME UP!!!
From the same video, pokecapn laughing gleefully when Kaz gets Thwomped.
Pokecapn, again, manages to steal a valuable Force Gem from Tingle... only for Kaz to steal it from him! He reacts as expected. Notably, it's the only time he's actually upset about something being stolen from him.
One of the comments on the youtube page for world 3-1 asks why pokecapn is consistently getting Hero of Darkness votes even though he's providing useful advice. A comment that responds to it says that he's the one who made the posse LP Sonic 2006.