At one point Noah stops to look at an unconcious alien mook with awe, completely forgetting that he's currently in the middle of a battle. Not to mention that he accidentally hits them just by turning around his book bag knocking them out.
For being an athlete, Jake seems to have trouble holding Gia's backpack.
Jake misunderstanding when he thought Gia was hugging him, when in truth she was trying to get her morpher out of her bag when she spotted one of Yuffo's UFOs.
The aerial Zord battle in "He Blasted Me With Science", after Troy pulls a risky move against Emma's pursuers.
Troy: He shoots, he scores!
Emma: He nearly gives me a heart attack!
Poor Noah getting his foot stuck under the Snake Axe.
When Troy was filing Beezara's nails, you could see he'd been at it awhile looking at the hardened pieces falling off of them.
For some reason, the way Noah says, "You've been best friends since you were six" just feels hilarious.
When Beezara tells the mind-controlled boys to "shut their mouths," they all clamp their hands over their mouths at the exact same time.
And when they're free, Noah and Jake still think they're shut until Troy states otherwise. Then Gia states to Jake that "girls dig the strong-silent type" and Jake complies, zipping his lips shut.
Earlier, while the girls are under Beezara's spell, they receive a distress signal from their Gosei morphers. The following exchange happens:
Dream Snatcher has a Spanish accent and will talk in Spanish during battle.
At an early point in the episode, Jake says they'll have a race to Ernie's and last one there has to pay, the girl beat them there because of Emma's knowledge on the area, and what shortcuts to take.
The Halloween episode, for being a Clip Show and an adaption of one of Goseigers' goofier episodes, manages to sneak some legitimate gags in. Highlights include Troy being completely bored of the fortune teller and the Crotch Shot.
In "The Human Condition", Robo-Knight wants to learn all about humans, so he goes to the Mega Force rangers, but none of them can help him (save for Jake, to which Robo-Knight knows that he can learn nothing from him). So what does he do? He goes to a nearby library where all of the library goers there cower in fear of Robo-Knight, even the librarian. He even follows the "No Cell Phones Allowed" sign and gathers lots of books for him to scan through. He even jams to music with a young boy wearing headphones. By the end of the episode, he's even made his own rap.
For that matter, the above-mentioned incident with Jake. There's a cycle to the scene of Robo Knight's answer-seeking for this scene: He walks up to a Ranger and asks What Is This Thing You Call Love?, 2. The Ranger gives a partial answer and then 3...Directs them to another Ranger. After three of these sessions with Troy, Gia and Emma, Robo-Knight stops by a soccer field where Jake is playing, a beat occurs, and then loudly announces how he's going to learn nothing from Jake before skipping to Noah.
The whole "No cell phones allowed" thing gets even funnier considering that he leaves his cellphone at the desk. It starts ringing loudly as Robo-Knight is too busy with those books and music.
Mr. Burley and Robo-Knight exchange greetings. Too bad Mr. Burley turned too late.
The Christmas Episode, "The Robo-Knight before Christmas" basically has poor Robo-Knight accidentally shipped off to Africa because it was assumed he was a gift for the kids.
To make it even funnier, it was because Noah told him that to understand Christmas, he needed to stand still for "24 hours", and the rangers head off for shopping just as the camera zooms out to reveal a sign that reads "Gift Donations".
One that stands out from the first episode of Super Megaforce: When Gosei gives the rangers their new morphers and Ranger Keys, they look at them in awe as he explains the new powers at their disposal... except for Jake, who seems utterly confused about his key being green instead of black. He even straight up asks Gosei why his key is "the wrong color," and Gosei claims there's a simple explanation for that... only to be cut short by another Armada attack.
The second episode of Super Megaforce has one with the villains. Vekar is complaining about the missiles for his plan to attack the Earth being set on a timer, and asks whose idea it was. Cue Argus' very serious "Yours, boss." Vekar tells him to only listen to his good ideas...which are all of them supposedly...except for this one. Cue Argus giving another serious and somewhat weary "Yes, boss."