The mascot meeting. Very jarring as Coco and Nuts walking through the hall in their human form purposefully, only to open the door in mascot form and greeted by a sight that is best described as kindergarten class.
When she rescues Tsubomi from getting beaned by a Miracle Light, she skids across the road and promptly faceplants on the ground. Recovering, she's quick to scold Chiffon for her actions (telekinetically playing with the Lights), which causes her to cry and rain all of the floating Lights on every one while Miki, Buki and Setsuna coo and comfort the baby fairy, leaving Love to utter "But... she was bad..." before being beaned by a Light.
When the Fresh girls take Tsubomi and Erika to be treated for their troubles, Miki, Buki and Setsuna explain that they were supposed to meet up with everyone perfectly, but Love ended up misplacing the tickets. Love's reactions to their prodding is priceless.
Miki: It's not Love's fault she lost the tickets!
Setsuna: That's right. We were the ones who put Love in charge of the tickets.
Miki: And we were supposed to meet up perfectly. [Love, the entire time, goes from "Yeah, yeah..." to "..."]
When they meet up with everyone, it turns out everyone messed up - Nagisa also lost her tickets and Saki and Nozomi couldn't read maps to save their lives!
In DX 3, the yellow and purple team enjoying themselves too much in their mini games unlike the other teams; from Urara throwing the dice enthusiastically, the bowling mini-game ends with Yuri tripping the last ultra mini Uzaina to death, to Yuri winning studying contest (complete with 'Scary Shiny Glasses'), all while Rin playing Only Sane Woman before carried away by the nuance.
In blue and white team, Erika is the only one who falls into the sea ungracefully. You can see that Mai actually facepalmed in background at this.
Pink team shows just what happens if you have a team filled mostly out of Idiot Heroines.
New Stage; Suite team intro has Hibiki searching Fusion pieces with a magnifying glass like in detective cartoon and dramatically pointing to one direction. The screen then pans to Hummy and the Fairy Tones noisily eating corn cobs. Ellen lampshades Hibiki's antics, all while a seagull perches on Hibiki's head making Aside Glance for the entire scene.
A blink-and-you-miss it; when Sunny names their teams' Combination Attack Doki-Doki Smile Miracle Bomber, Rosetta becomes a tsukkomi to her boke. As Akane is usually the tsukkomi of her team, suddenly out-tsukkomi'd by someone else (and her reaction to it) is really hilarious. Not to mention, Rosetta is in her usual pleasant smile when she says it.
New Stage 3 preview gives us a glimpse of what the lead Precures would look like (sans Nagisa) when they achieved their dreams. So we saw Saki becoming a bakery chef, Nozomi becoming a teacher, Love becoming a dancer, Tsubomi becoming a botanist, Hibiki becoming a pianist, Miyuki becoming a children book author, and Mana becoming Prime Minister—WHAT THE HECK IS THAT FAKE MOUSTACHE FOR!?◊
The movie's opening credits show off a little bit of Slice of Life with the pre-Smile teams. We see Nagisa being woken up for dozing off during homework, the Yes! team really putting away the sweets, Yuri getting shanghaied into wearing another one of Erika's outfits, and Hibiki stealing a cake that Kanade just made and making a very hasty retreat.
When the Cures are freed from their dream worlds, the first thing Cure Marine does? Decide she's going to pass on the battle - it's a dream, why worry? When Cure Rosetta points out that no one would sleep as they'd be too afraid, that snaps her right up.
More with Marine - during the final battle, you can catch her clinging to a tentacle, eyes spiraling as she zooms past the camera, Cure Blossom having to pull her teammate off of it in the process.
After the "Precure Combination Punch, New Stage" scene, Cure Princess is in awe over it, then turns to notice Cure Lovely's missing. "She must have inserted herself into it when we weren't looking!"