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- Pretty much everything Kaos says. His Deadpan Snarker sidekick makes it even funnier.
Kaos: My head is awesome, I tell you! Fear it! Fear my GIANT FLOATING HEAD!Kaos: Impossible! You survived my best water spell! Ahem! I MEAN... You survived a very mediocre water spell that I found laying around - somewhere.Kaos: Attention! Here is the list of Skylanders that I want to be caught and disposed of immediately. Ahem. ALL OF THEM!
Kaos: UGH! Mother has somehow managed to send me another meddlesome SELF-HELP BOOK from her mirror prison of endless oblivion. HA! As if I - KAOS - even NEED help! And even if I did, I wouldn't listen to this book's STUPID advice. Listen - "Do not hide the source of your power inside of a world-destroying abomination; instead, store it securely in a safe deposit box." Seriously? There's no box large enough to hold MY awesome power! HA! Besides, what self-respecting evil villain would even open a bank account?!
- In SuperChargers, the Story Scrolls have been replaced with Kaos' audio diaries, and they're all equally hilarious.
- Drill-X, a drill robot that is the boss of Chapter 11, who starts rapping about how he's going to destroy you.
It's the end of the track, Skylander!
This drill-bot is on the scene!
I'll knock you forward and back
with a robo attack
'cause you're messing with the wrong machine!
- In Kaos' Kastle, one of his Wilikin servants says that his family made their own soda, which included the flavors sand, mud, and radioactive suction eel.
- The SWAP Force commercial has several funny moments. Observe.
- In the third phase of the battle against Super Evil Kaos, you enter his head through his ear and battle against his brain. First, his brain summons Evil Glumshanks to fight you, but he almost immediately drives his vehicle off the edge. Later, he tries to conjure the most horrific thing he can think of... which turns out to be a bunch of sheep with his head.
- When Kaos is defeated, he and Glumshanks find that the magic of Mt. Cloudbreak gave them the ability to swap parts.
- The Wii U version has the villain displayed on the GamePad. Poking them will make them either roar or lash out at you. The same goes for the Skylanders when the villain is in control, but they only have one reaction (their "defeated" animations) after several pokes per character: Snap Shot will throw his weapons to the ground and turn away from you, arms crossed in a "Hmph!" fashion, characters like Spry and Blades will get upset and look dejected, looking at you sadly (Blades' comes complete with his lower lip quivering) and Pop Fizz in normal form will start hitting himself in the head with an empty potion bottle, to name a few.
- Flynn being scared by Tessa at the start of the Pheonix Psanctuary level.
- In Rainfish Riviera, when Mags asks you to use the crane to carry her across the bridge, you can do just that. Or you can have fun and drop her straight into the water. She says different things each time, before warning you that she is undead and can hold a grudge.
- Nightshade's decision as to how to deal with the vortex, just when the vortex pulls him in at the last moment.
"Eh, I guess I couldn't really elude capture forever. Well, it appears I'm going away for a bit. I shall enjoy this capture sequence with dignity-"
- Some of Shrednaught's reactions to the Skylander fighting involve one of the Trolls coming out of the bathroom and asking the other what he missed. Yes, apparently, the traps have bathrooms inside them.
- Like in Giants where they let you customize Flynn's ship, Legendary Treasures in SuperChargers let you add interactive objects to the Skylanders Academy. One is a Chompy in a hamster ball, which attempts to attack you like a normal Chompy and fails, then starts following you around.