Funny / Pokémon: Rise of the Rockets
Evan revealing himself to be alive during Christmas in Unova by punching Ray in the face, following a screw-up by Ray that had apparently gotten the Hero of Space killed. The quote sells it:
Evan: So it seems I am dead now, eh? Sorry to burst your bubble, but it'll take more than a cave-in to take me down. Merry Christmas! *PUNCH* If there is one thing I can't stand, it's when one is rude to a woman. Especially when she is being nice to ya. Sorry for the violence, Ellen.
During Jupiter's meeting with Team Liberty's leadership, Jupiter takes a minute to note the name cards of those present—including that of Red, who, in reference to the source material, has taken the liberty of scratching out his last name.
Ryan and Zach discussing the finer points of Conkeldurr possessing Guts.
"It's like an unwritten law of the universe!!"
How did Amethyst handle the pseudo-Groudon in Sootopolis? By making it punch itself in the face. Multiple times.
The fact that the entire Alamos plot's opening was essentially a full-on reenactment of Pokémon: Rise of Darkrai.
Flint the Monferno dancing on top of Travis's head during the Liberty Ball.
Later serving as the "Monkey Metronome" for Evan and Richard's dance battle.
This shout-out to 22 Jump Street. Specifically because it's coming from Kyle, of all people.
". . . You know," he said, setting the syrup bottle back down. "I came out this morning to enjoy some french toast, and I am honestly feeling so attacked right now.
And that's not cool.
Ryan (S.) chasing Ryan (H.) after Ryan (H.) stole an Oshawott. The end result being Ryan (H.) getting away and Ryan (S.) being captured by Team Plasma.
The Team Zephyr plot. Where to even begin?
Ethan's pun-game is stronger than ever. At one point his posts would follow every single one of the puns in his narration with a tiny "Heh," as if Ethan himself was imagining the narrative.
Windy tries so, so hard to be a threatening villain, only to be derailed by her subordinates at every turn.
The various expies within Team Zephyr, including expies of Shaggy Rogers, Chip Skylark, and various comic book superheroes.
Something about Gavin intentionally throwing a match for the sake of Skye's baby Spinarak's amusement is simultaneously inherently hilarious and adorable.