Her Dialogue is random gibberish (with Irish, German, and other random words thrown in). When she says It's cool to Conan (Benzai), she really says póg mo thóin (kiss My ass in Irish). But it could also be a reference to Pogue Mahone (an album from the Pogues).
Bennett's Aslan costume, mostly because everyone else laughs like idiots, mistakes him for the Cowardly Lion and collectively take the piss out of his entrance.
It's also amusing that a character who was (admittedly temporarily) established to be the Devil in a Nostalgia Critic video dresses up as the most high-profile Christ metaphor in literature.
For this troper, it was when the Puppeteer emerged from behind the fallen tree and started punching people.
Handsome Tom: I'm Willow. (gets punched)
Benett and the Critic fighting over who gets to give Lupa mouth to mouth.
What appears to be the beginning of a running gag:
Angry Joe: Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my mother.
Head Cloak: Father.
Angry Joe: Somebody!
It's kind of hard to hear with all the fighting and shouting, but just before the "Arwen montage", Conan/Benzaie shouts for his "big, muscular mommy" while being strangled by the Puppeteer.
"Well, way to puss out Lupa."
"The path to enlightenment is the enlightenment of the path." "Yes, and the way to pain is to nail you in the nads."
Paw and Joe's reactions to the Cloaks actually possessing magical powers.:
Paw/Angry Joe (in unison): HOLY SHIT!
The Snob explaining why he uses a belt instead of the whip. And Jew Wario's reaction.
"Hey, Andrew Lloyd Fucker! Stop it with the show tunes!"
From Part 3
Oh god, just...the Nostalgia Critic with his legs wide open. That's all that needs to be said about it!
The way Lupa has to leave because she's disgusted, but the Chick just stays with an eyeroll like she's used to Critic doing stuff like this.
And both of them try and fail to to get him to realize this without outright saying it, skirting around the issue and being vague before Chick just gives up after 5 tries and outright says "I can see your balls."
"But I don't wanna be a lady!" "You'll be a lady and like it, panty-waist sissy!"
"Ah, at last! A worthy place to call our battlefield!" Next shot, a playground. In fact, most of the playground fight is hysterical.
The Cloak's magic bolt deflecting off Jew Wario's codpiece.
Todd, unable to see anything, attacking Film Brain and an inanimate pole.
I can't even tell who I'm fighting. That's not you, Joe, is it?
When he attacks the pole, he gets so disoriented that he falls over. This is so hilariously ridiculous that Film Brain and one of the Cloaks actually stop their fighting to stare.
The continuation of the Inigo Montoya running gag.
Angry Joe: Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my lawyer.
Brad and MarzGurl doing the scene from the end of The Last Crusade where Indiana Jones tries to grab Elsa's hand while she reaches for the holy grail. Marz slides down the slide, of course completely safe. Cue Brad's deadpan "Yeah, this is kinda silly".
What makes this even funnier is that while in costume, Marz Gurl only speaks in Gratuitous Japanese.
The disgruntled mother and her daughter. That is all.
Spoony's dead serious "We must make haste to another battlefield! One where parents' permission matters not!"
Spoony and Paws exchanging battle cries as they alternatively attack the Cloaks.
Spoony: Go back to the darkness!
Paw: Give into the darkness!
Spoony: Rage will not avail you!
Paw: Rage... more rage!
Brad attempting to recreate the bridge scene from Temple of Doom. And utterly failing as his sword bounces off.
During the argument with the overbearing mother, Joe starts to tell her and her kid that santa isn't real, only for one of the Cloaks to Dope Slap him.
The exchange at the end of the episode:
Todd: Say, you didn't lose the map in the battle, did you?
Spoony: Ha! What sort of half-baked wizard do you take me for?
Todd: Do you really want me to answer that?
From Part 4
Film Brain and Luke screwing with the Gatecleaner.
Luke: *on the phone with his mother* "No, this is a real quest! ...No, I won't bring home another dead animal."
Any scene with him, in fact. "I'M CONTRACTUALLY OBLIGATED TO DO THAT!"
"I'VE SEEN THREE-HEADED HELLSPAWN MORE COOPERATIVE THAN YOU!"
Housekeeper: Honey, did you ever pick up the croutons?
Gatecleaner: I told you to check the pantry! I am NOT buying more Croutons when we have an OPEN BOX!
The commentaries reveal that Spoony did all kinds of different takes on that line, giving the Gatecleaner's wife as many personalities as he could think of before settling on the chain-smoking harridan.
Film Brain and Luke holding hands to hold the rock even though it is perfectly possible for only one of them having to hold it.
Nostalgia Chick's annoyed reaction to the Critic clinging and cowering behind her even though he's much taller than her.
When the Cloaks show up:
Marzgurl: Chicken humpers!
Spoony: Run like children!
"Who's that?" "He looks like a member of Run DMC."
Everyone say it with me now: "My name is Inigo Montoya motherfucker!"
Let's not forget Joe's reaction to the Cloaks bringing out the machine gun.
Angry Joe:[Gleefully] I didn't know we could use machine guns!
The fact that the witch talks with the sweetest voice about how the crew would be better off dead.
Witch: Perhaps it's better if you die now, rather than wait for what's coming. I know what hunts you, and believe me, it's much kinder if I just smash your brains in and drink from your bleeding skulls.
Critic screaming like a girl every second when the witch started speaking demonically. Even funnier once you hear Iron Liz say that they were about half a mile down the trail and could still hear him doing it.
As the witch is making almost everyone in group 1 run around and scream as she shoots lightning everywhere, Handsome Tom casually walks up to her and uses pepper spray.
Cloak: Look into my eyes. Film Brain: I can't see your eyes, they're covered up. Cloak: Oh, well, pretend you can see my eyes. Film Brain: *happily* Okay. Cloak: Look into my eyes then. Film Brain: [screams like a girl]
From Part 5
Jaffers surprising everyone with a gun. After threatening to kill them, looking for the gun, awkwardly assembling it and trying to figure out how to take off the safety.
Bonus Points for how The Critic's party just stands there the whole time when they could easily run, only doing so when Jaffers starts shooting at them.
What's even funnier is that Word of Linkara has that Jaffers was such a terrible shot, there was absolutely no way he could even have hit them at point-blank range. The only reason the reviewers hi-tailed it out of there was that they were afraid a bullet would hit them via ricochet.
Also Elisa as the poor girl who Team B tie up. "This was all a dream" (Joe knocks her out)
And how they get her to let them in by convincing her that they're part of a group to get second-rate shows off of Broadway, and that they're petitioning to keep Mama Mia from showing again. She cheerfully lets them in, saying that for a minute she thought they were insane. Then they duct tape her to a chair.
This is made funnier by the fact that Elisa is frequently portrayed as a die-hard Phantom fan. Every other show would be considered second-rate. Of course, she would let them in.
The Critic going through all the motions that Lupa taught him so as not to expose his junk.
Speaking of exposing one's junk, Jareth's is simply radiant. *honk honk wolf-whistle*
Jaffers: "Hey man, I just found out what the internet is. You guys are awesome!"
NC: "That's great, really great. So we cool now?"
Jaffers: "No, I still gotta kill you."
NC: "Of course."
And right before the battle while both The Critic's and Jaffer's team are in impressive-looking, battle-ready positions... Jaffers is shown flailing around still. And let's not forget his pathetic battle cry.
Phelous revealing that his Becoming the Mask was just him playing a character the whole time.
"Expecto My Fist!"
The Voice of the Ancients punching out various characters, and getting caught in a fist twice. The animation and timing in those shots are excellent.
Lupa running around Distressed Damsel style as everyone else prepares for battle, until the Critic tells her to shut up.
Brad's cheerfully BS excuse to get inside the last location.
Brad: Hi there! We represent "The Broadway Better Business Players For a Brighter Tomorrow". We are trying to start up a petition to get second rate shows taken off the marquee, and with your help we can stopMamma Mia! from ever playing again.
Benzaie, when his sword is struck by lightning during the battle, attempts an epic I have the power! moment...Which quickly backfires as the sword simply blows up.
For this troper, it was the fact that the battle used shaky cam and using the sound effect for swords parrying. It just made the fight look more cinematic and hilariously serious.
The moment in the swordfight when Linkara just decides "Oh, Screw This!" and pulls out his magic gun.
Funny Background Event: As pointed out in Linkara and Iron Liz' commentary, if you look closely in the background when Benzaie is speaking to Crom, you can see Jaffers chasing down the Critic with his sword. A few seconds later, Jaffers is running back on screen while the Critic is now chasing him down with the same sword, having somehow stolen it from off screen. Extra funny points in the commentary for Linkara and Iron Liz humming The Benny Hill Show theme song during the chase.
From Part 7
Showing what the Chick's Arwen montage looks like from an outside perspective.
When it doesn't work, she calls in BFF Nella as a stunt double for the inevitable punishment.
Bonus for this apparently being set right after the Dark Nella saga if her "future" review of Les Misérables is any indication. Poor Nella.
Also the Chick's perkiness about how much of an awesome friend Nella is for taking the hit. The woman clearly hasn't learned a thing.
When it's revealed that Malachite has an iPhone, the Critic calls him out on it and calls him an idiot. His response? "At least I'm not a hypocrite." Critic's resulting fit of astonished Angrish forces Jew Wario to take over the conversation for him.
And we see him holding a cigarette lighter when this is mentioned.
When Linkara (In his Wrath of Khan Star Trek uniform) tells everyone to draw their weapons to salute Ma-Ti, the Nostalgia Chick pulls off her wig instead.
How about the fact that the entire thing is an almost play-by-play homage to Spock's funeral in The Wrath of Khan?
Including a twist on the "needs of the many" line:
Ma-Ti: The needs of the many outweigh...
Critic: The needs of the few?
Ma-Ti: Shut up I'm talking.
Spoony randomly crying about Ma-Ti in his apparent future Final Fantasy XIII review.
The Last Angry Geek ripping off his Cloak hood and running away. The Critic notices who he is, which leads to The Geek plugging his show as he runs off.
When Ma-Ti shows up, the critics try to dissuade him from approaching Malachite to save his life.... only for Ma-Ti to go into a rant about his life on Captain Planet and to explain that he knows Malachite wants to kill him, to which Malachite nods.
Jaffers: "No hard feelings?" (gets punched into the sky)
Malachite making The Critic repeatedly nail himself in the nuts. It gets even funnier when The Critic tries to attack again, twice, only for Malachite to just do it again.
After hearing Linkara talk about how they pretty much never agreed on whether to refer to the teams by numbers or letters, it's pretty funny to hear Benzaie calling them "Team 1" and "Team B" without a hint of irony.
Spoony's commentary with most of the other reviewers have some funny moments.
Lindsay's casual speculation in the commentary that someone must have died wearing the wedding dress she modified into the Arwen costume, given the incredible deal they got on it despite no apparent flaws.
We learn that a few people set up a picnic to watch the entire climax being filmed.
Everyone ragging on Lindsay's big cleavage shot, which ends with her saying she calls them "Lefty and Righty."
When Lupa pulls Critic's tie and tells him he'll be a lady and like it, Bennett mentioning that a million "forced feminization" fics are going to be written.
Also mentioned by Iron Liz, who said that some of the fans called it "lady!domming".
The entire story about the Gatecleaner cameo, including Doug not knowing the character's name which led to Spoony not knowing he would be playing it until the rest of shooting was over, and happening to buy a bra of the exact right size online.
Linkara notes that the "I'm Willow" Running Gag could actually work as a reference to how not many people these days have seen the film, and would need those reminders.
From Brad and Phelous's commentary:
Brad's comments about how most of the time his Indiana Jones lines don't make any sense. "I'm going to go up to someone I just saw punch someone into the sun and tell him he betrayed a deity he probably never heard of. That'll work!" "Shiva? But that's my highest deity! How could this happen?"
The two laughing for a minute straight at someone guessing That Aussie Guy was one of the cloaks. "Yeah, that would surprise a lot of people."
Them having a good laugh at people who took this video seriously.
Discussing on people who thought Phelous was playing "syphilis".
Phelous wondering what customs would have made of his costume, given his difficulties getting into the country last time.
"I'm Jessica Rabbit!"
Brad recounting how he wandered onto a golf course while looking for a place to take a leak, followed by Phelous perfectly continuing the "I will eat your pea-ness" joke.
Brad's adoration of the tree shots, down to wanting a DVD feature labeled deleted scenes, which is just more trees.
Phelous notes that anyone who first saw the drawing of him as the Rockbiter from the opening or closing credits would likely think his costume would be far more impressive than it is.
And yet other behind the scenes features show that of the main cast he was one of the few who was never seriously affected by the weather, since it was essentially a hoody.
Brad putting on an extremely nerdy voice (spoofing the nerd from Robot Chicken, or simply Douchy McNitpick) to act out possible angry letters nitpickers send to Doug about all the plot holes and research failures!
"Dear Doug Walker! I would like to point out how people do not wear plastic on armor."
"Dear Doug Walker! Malachite would not know about the Power Glove!"
The masked man being The Distressed Watcher instead of That Dude in the Suede, an alternate version of the scene were Doug just chops Suede's head off and then the mask comes out and Phelous not caring that he's back and only caring about his friends dying, with Brad wanting him to show respect.
The entire conversation between Mickey, Barghav, Lindsay and Nella discussing the content of "Goat-Fuckers for Dummies" and debating wheather it would be a self-help manual or a how-to guide.
Complete with a lampshade from Barghav, while having a somewhat disturbed look on his face: "I can't believe I'm getting into this."
Brad mentioned that his phone rang on the train, while he was wearing his costume, and he has an Indiana Jones ringtone. Apparently, the guy sitting next to him did a double-take at that.
During Linkara's belated commentary for Kickassia, he and Lupa get to talking about how Lord Kat was originally going to be in the film as one of the seven dwarfs, and theorize that it would involve Lupa as Snow White being a Bad Boss to him. They come up with one specific gag where Lupa asks him to put his coat over a mud puddle, and he replies "Just walk around it, you bitch!"
In the ad for the DVD, Doug realizes a bit too late that he's already listed all the special features when he promises more. "Well, not much more. Just menus, really. But that's still awesome!"
"Buy it! Buy it or I'll kill you! This is not a joke, I am threatening your life!"
The search for the Necronomicon: Chester searches haunted houses Blair Witch style, while the Critic stays home to be with him "in spirit." And he finds nothing but the special edition DVD of Evil Dead 2.
"I'm cold and lonely and I fear death!"
Critic sitting in the chair reading Roger Ebert's Your Movie Sucks. It's logical he of all people would have it, but it's still hilariously surprising.
Chester constantly correcting Critic about who is in the haunted house.
Doug being interrupted by his cell phone multiple times on his commentary.
Both Doug and Rob have hilarious reflections on the incident with Lisa that somehow got blown up into a conspiracy theory that they'd crucified someone upside down.
Doug's DVD commentary ending with a thank you for buying it, and for those that did not, authorities will be at your door shortly to arrest you.
When it comes to his famous Panty Shot, bragging that it's the desktop of a million fangirls and a few fanboys too.
From Rob's commentary, comparing having to shoot that shot as feeling like a father filming his daughter doing a sex scene.
Rob's story about Doug and Phelous slipping into their Kickassia characterizations over a faulty light bulb.
He goes into how hard filming the Team 1 scenes were, with no one really feeling that they were working. Then he brings up how he and Doug would often wonder if the crew on some of the movies they review realized how bad they were, and how he suddenly realized "I'm the douchebag who knows how bad it is, and isn't saying anything!"
Several commentaries mention a fan who suggested that during the scene with Team 2 trying to get into Lisa's house, the Snob should have done the "Here to view the tapestries" routine from Last Crusade. Now Doug and Rob really wish they'd thought of it.
Sage in the Behind-the-Scenes DVD featurette in his Aslan costume, saying, "I feel like I'm being pooped out of a moose."