In a Call Back to the original series, Deslar's Trap Door for annoying generals. Plus, the way he opened it implies the whole room is filled with trap doors, with Deslar remembering the position of every single one and the related command.
To make this funnier... The trap door's victim has a name and background on the official site! He's Dotem Gelhen, minister of food resources and chief of the food production bureau.
And for the punchline... We have how the presents reacted to it:
"Long live our leader!"
During the mutiny, the doctor and nurse Harada had an Offscreen Moment of Awesome taking down the two mutineers keeping Okita confined on his room. When we see Okita free, we have a cut to his room, with the small doctor dancing with his sake bottle in one hand and the gun of one of the tied-up mutineers and Harada threatening the other by aiming the stock of his own gun at him while wearing his helmet, and the two poor sods are still wondering what the hell has happened.
In episode 4, Kodai and Yuki are in a mission with Makoto, with the latter convinced something romantic is going to happen. After Yuki catches him staring at her, Kodai makes a question:
In episode 21, Yuki dealing with the fact the Gamilans mistook her for Yurisha, and thus treat her like royalty and expect her to dress in the very immodest style of Iskandar. She then starts acting the part.
From the same episode: Kodai is about to take off with the Seagull when Yurisha, who is on the co-pilot seat, asks him if he wants to save Yuki, because she wants too. He looks at her for a moment, returns completing the pre-take off checks, and then has a startled Double Take when he finally registers her presence.
He tries to get her down for a while, and in the end resorts to answer her question: he'd do it if he knew where Yuki was. Yurisha replies by pointing out she's on the planet he's supposed to scout. They immediately take off.
While they're travelling, Kodai asks Yurisha how she knows Yuki is on that world.