Telly: "You awake now?" Hardy: "Yes, and thanks for that, you vile harridan."
The various ways ponies descriptions of the sort of bodily harm Chief Iris Jade wants to inflict on Hardy
Telly: "You've got about forty-five minuted before the chief said she's going to call broadside over at PACT to send a team to retrieve your cutie mark. She made no mention of the rest of you."
Taxi trying to act uninterested in whatever is bothering Hardy the first morning - and failing miserably.
Taxi: "You don't want to talk about it, then it no skin off my nose." *beat* "Okay, I lied. What's in your head? Come on, Hardy...Tellmetellmetellme!"
The various ways the file cloud can malfunction, including spitting out reports from the future.
Telly calling dibs on Hardy's hat before he heads off to meet the chief in Chapter 2.
Hardy explaining what happened to the drug lab.
Scarlet: "What happened to the drug lab?" Hardy: "The school ate it."
Dr. Pickle on seeing Hardy after a fight: "Good heavens! did you get *really* over-eager with a cricket bat?!"
Pretty much everything that Slip Stitch does is made of hilarity, including and not limited to his autopsy reports. It certainly befits the suspected grandson of the Element of Laughter.
Many of the opening tidbits by The Scholar are quite enjoyable, and contain elements of Gallows Humor, but this particular set of warnings in the owner's manual of a shotgun are particularly evocative:
-Not to be used for the ballistic distribution of party favors.
-Not to be used for the ballistic distribution of party guests.
-This is a highly inefficient way of making cupcakes.
-Though we appreciate the business, do not stash all over town in case of shotgun emergency.