Funny: TJ Omega
- His review of Armada Sideswipe begins with him getting into an arguement and firing his opening!
- This gem from his Animorphs Tobias review:
TJ Omega: I could do any of these for Plastic Addict, they're all that bad. Because, seriously (picks up boxed Animoprhs toy), most of these toys are so horrendous that when you open one up; you can literally hear the joy in the world dying around you. Let me just give you a quick example here. (Puts ear to the package and opens it. Cue chorus of painful screaming)
- His reaction to the fact the Tobias toys' human mode has a head just like his.
- His entire Supreme Cheetor review! The mix of Cutaway Gags and his Deadpan Snarker commentary makes the whole review a nonstop Crowning Moment of Funny.
I'm talking to the camera but I'm not actually talking to the camera. I'm talking to the one sad idiot that's actually recording this and playing it backwards so you can understand what I'm actually saying right now.
- It gets even more funny when you hear the the un-reversed "possessed" speech:
- His fight with R.I.D. Bruticus is both this and a Crowning Moment of Awesome. Special mention goes to the "Royality Free Blade".
- We find out in episode 28 that Bruticus apparently went on to be a rather terrible rapper.
- Go Bots Alert!'
- TJTV Episode 20, Transformers G1. His reaction to one of the characters looking like Michel Bay.
TJ Omega: Sorry, my inner fanboy just did... Something.
- After listening to a clip of Optimus and Megatron, TJ does a Fanboy Squee. Made funnier by the line that follows:
- TJTV Episode 22. Sonic Underground. The cameo from The Nostalgia Critic
- TJTV Episode 23 opens with TJ's evil descendent from the future coming back to try and kill him, apparently having found a way to do so without negating himself, and is horrified to find TJ watching My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic to try and get out of his Sonic Underground induced Heroic BSOD.
- In his Fourze Driver review, he opens up the container containing all his accessories in...and finds Kamen Rider Diend stole everything in it.
- Any time he and Scott McNeil interact (basically, any convention TJ can make where he's present). Part of it is just Scott's inherent wit, the other half is that TJ tends to find ways of surprising him with the stuff he brings.