- Captain N:
- Season 1, Episode 11 has a lot of the questions about the mirror world, but this is probably one of the most amusing:
So in the mirror world has the chicken or the egg debate looped around forever too or has it been solved?
- In Season 2, Episode 11, Wombatman tells Kid Icarus to "take a speech class to get rid of that -icus problem." Cue wall of annotations proclaiming Wombatman as great as Simon. Doubles as a Crowning Moment of Awesome.
- The annotators respond to the smurfing in Season 3, Episode 2 by going out of their way to add to the Hurricane of Puns.
- Season 3, Episode 7 had the Prince pass out via magic potion, and had his face land right into his bowl of soup. The annotations noted that this was the only thing humorous in the third season. Than when Lana says it wasn't funny, the Annotators get mad and defend it.
- "GAME BOY IS COMING"
- Season 1, Episode 11 has a lot of the questions about the mirror world, but this is probably one of the most amusing:
- From Ctrl+Alt+Del:
- Ethan's Everquest character sets Lucas's on fire three times. The first two times Lucas just stands there silently. The third time he actually screams, causing someone to comment "Third time's the charm apparently".
- Bubsy's shirt was alarmed by Solid Snake.
- From Street Fighter:
- A random merc in the third episode is declared to be Deadpool, and ends his scene by storming off because there aren't yellow annotation boxes for him to use.
- "Cthulhu was definitely a top tier Street Fighter II character."
- During the climax of Ratatoing, during a scene where Greg and Carol are taking cheese, Carol tells them they need to hurry up, and Greg, of course, says "Precisely!". The Annotators make everyone tell him to shut up.
- From Foodfight!:
- Early on:
Mr Clipboard: Your cuh-cuh-cuh (smacks self in head) customers.Annotation: This audition for The King's Speech was doomed to fail.
- A single annotation perfectly sums up much of the film.
Villain: All I ever wanted was you (Dax)!Annotation: All I ever wanted was to have sex with a dog!
- One of the Annotators notes that Mr. Clipboard moves like a robot. When the conclusion of the film comes and this statement turns out to be accidentally appropriate, the same commenter throws a hissy fit over it.
- As Dax starts up about all the people they lost a dialogue wheel pops up. Let's all now cry to honor them :sniff:/don't give up, or some shit/but they all died so fuck em. The middle option is selected.
- Early on:
- This exchange from Least I Could Do:
Rayne: It's a real event! It has ribbons...okay I know the color is kind of ugly (holds up yellow support ribbon) Most of the good ones were taken.Annotation: The yellow ribbon actually represents, among other things, suicide prevention awareness, which I'm afraid is something I cannot support in this context.
- In Sonic Underground, Robotnik's plan in Episode 35 is summed up as thus and the reaction to it:
So let me see if I got thisStep 1. DROWN THE ENTIRE PLANETStep 2. Watch Sonic be all butthurt.End of Plan.Robotnik: Master Troll
- In Pryde Of The X-Men Magneto spends much of the pilot abusing Lockheed. When this predictably causes Lockheed to betray and attack him one of the annotators gives Magneto a word balloon that declares "I'VE BEEN NOTHING BUT NICE TO YOU!"
- SMB3 the Annotated Series:
- Larry/Cheatsy calls himself the "Emperor of Eavesdropping" in one episode, leading to many hilarious "I am the [Title] of [Alliterative action]" jokes.
- "Y'see, the joke is: Yoshi eats everything"
- The Mario shows being shown Out of Order meant that Oogtar disappears between episodes, which the Annotators explain away as him being "eaten for nourishment".
- "I mean what kind of idiotic group would enjoy overused DiC stock music?"
- When Kootie-Pie sings "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", the Kootie-Pie Tolerance Meter reappears only to violently explode.
- From Tricky People:
- An obvious child molester tries to lure the kids over by asking for help searching for his puppy. When he's rebuked, the Annotators get mad and chew out Yellow Dinosaur for not helping the guy.
- Later when the show brings up child molesters luring kids by offering free cash, someone comments "Well hey, free cash".
- After a villain in Mortal Kombat defies his Disney Villain Death by flying to safety, someone comments "Okay good I was about to ask why he forgot he could do that".
- When the narrator in The Hobbit notes Bilbo's growing love for the clearly pre-teenage princess, a wall of annotations flood the screen, all simply saying "what".
- The moral of Cartoon All-Stars is "take drugs and all your favorite cartoon characters will show up to talk to you".
- Throughout "Felix Saves Christmas" the Annotators keep insisting that the world is ending because of the Professor accidentally freezing everything.
Meanwhile, millions of people are dying of hypothermia, animals are going extinct, and Blue Sky Studios is currently getting ideas for the next Ice Age movie.
"MAKE IT STOP! MAKE IT STOP! BRING BACK TRICKY! BRING BACK DEUS EX RINGS! BRING BACK THE INSANE CLOWN POSSE! AT LEAST THEY HAVE VARIATION TO THEIR REPETITIVE LYRICS!"(while the Snow Kids are snowboarding in formation) "Please tell me they're forming a target for a bomber plane to hit."
- The infamously long and grating "Snow Kids Rock" song has the annotators attack it viciously, and then bargain with it to finally end.
- Dinosaur Adventure:
- At one point a voice actor whispers "I'm done" as the screen fades to black, startling the Annotators.
- When Tio falls off a small cliff, an annotation saying "THE END" pops up, while another declares "FATALITY".
- "ominous_bongos_.wav found"
- The annotated version includes a stinger. It's the infamous "Yee" clip.
- "This is an opinion only I have! I AM THE ULTIMATE NONCONFORMIST"
- Due to two annotators having different plans for the title of the Q*bert episode: Thanksgiving for the Memories, the edited result came out: Martin Luther King Jr.'s for the Mammaries.
- Whenever Star Fox Adventures is brought up, the Annotators pronounce it as "Stair Fax Temperatures".
- When showing off the character bios in Mortal Kombat The Journey Begins, the annotators added in a few facts of their own
Liu Kang - Primary Language: Monkey ShreiksSonya Blade - Favorite Things: Her dead father, KOMBAT TIME!Scorpion: Quote: Where there's fire there's Smoke.Sub-Zero - Is Totally: Better than ScorpionJohnny Cage - Primary Accomplishment: Ninja MimeShang Tsung -Trusts: Quan ChiDoes Not Trust: Quan Chi
- In Mouse Police:
Old Rat: Really!?Annotation: NOW GODDAMIT!!!
- In Donkey Kong Country:
What does K. Rool mean by "A doomsday weapon that could destroy the whole island"?A. He could finally beat his high score in Video GameB. He could wipe out all the Kongs, take the Crystal Coconut, and move to AcapulcoC. He could turn Klump into a poodleD. Nothing, he's just fucking with you m8
- "OH MY GOD DK WATCH OUT"
- When King K. Rool expresses his suspicion that the mines contain a doomsday weapon he rhetorically asks "Do you know what that means?". In response a trivia question pops up at the bottom of the screen:
"That I'm getting closer and closer to death."
- "What's your favorite part of the holiday, Cranky?"
- Our Friend Martin:
Miles: Mom, where's all my stuff?Miles's Mom: Stuff? What stuff, Baby?Miles: My stereo, and my computer, AND MY VIDEO GAMES, AND... EVERYTHING!!Miles's Mom via annotation: No computer or video games until you get your grades up.
- Martin Luther King's dramatic speeches get dubbed over with horribly inappropriate music, such as his famous Mountaintop speech getting dubbed over with the Surf Music.
- Later on, Miles and Martin arrive in a Bad Future where overt racial discrimination is still rampant due to Martin never growing up to become a crusader for civil rights. And the thing that Miles seems most concerned with is the sudden absence of his former possessions.
- In part 13 of Five Years!, recent events meant that the Savage Dragon retrospective had to be skipped. In it's place is a faux-dramatic memorial playing stereotypical sad music before exploding.
- Yo Yogi!:
- Mega Man
Cut Man: Did you bring a light?Bright Man: (who has a lightbulb on his head) Oh fuck you.
- A conversation between Cut Man and Bright Man:
- From "Let's Jab (Toy Story NES Pirate)
Buzz: Maybe we need a race to settle thisnext screen shows up to show that instead of a race, there's a boss battle. Woody then attacks Buzz.Woody: Actually, fuck you and your races!
- During the title screen of the game, they say that the music isn't really that bad. But then they go to the main menu, and after hearing it for 5 seconds, they take it ALL back!
- When there's supposed to be a race level
Annotation 1: OH MY GOD A RACE LEVEL!!!Annotation 2: Actually, I think you mean a boss battle...
- Then the next level after the boss battle actually IS a race level
- Woody's victory dance in the game leads to an annotator wanting someone to make a Geddan remix of it.
- Due to the bad grammar of the game, it leads to Buzz becoming a laser who has a lightbull that slinks...
- Sonic SatAM
"Welp, somebody's finally flipped their lid."
- The reactions to an utterly bizarre sequence in the (real) finale, as Robotnik's base explodes (repeatedly cutting between scenes of the destruction and pictures of Robotnik looking infuriated, in an inexplicably epileptic matter) while he angrily narrates about how much he hates Sonic. In particular, after VonnyFortran proceeds to post an extraordinarily angry rant about the series, the Sonic franchise in general, its Fan Dumb, and especially furries, the other annotators are concerned:
"Jesus, Von, you're going to have a stroke."
"Okay, time to call Mr. Therapist."
- Archie's Weird Mysteries
Jughead: It feels like I've been...used.Annotation 1: It's like I'm being written by DiC!
- Archie has to borrow money from Jughead for once rather than the other way around.
- In the third episode, a scene where Veronica accidentally bumps into a low-hanging object and is knocked out is edited to look like she runs headfirst into the Unbreakable Annotation. As she falls to the floor and passes out, another annotation has her mutter "I hate running gags".
- The third episode doesn't have any commercials, causing one of the annotations to accuse the uploader, VonnyFortran, of being a "commercial racist".
- Episode 18 features Reggie being affected by cursed treasure that makes him greedy, and he at one point rattles off things that he's going to buy that are like Veronica's, and one Annotator sarcastically suggests that he "Might as well buy Veronica." Not even a second later, Reggie says he'll buy Veronica.
- Chichi Miko:
"We be fetishizing granny now? Okay then."
- In the first part, one annotation that reads "[screams internally]" stays at the top of the screen for almost all of the video. In part two, it reads "[screams externally]" instead. In part three, it's noticeably absent, prompting another annotator to question where the screaming annotation is. A few seconds later, the annotation returns, reading "[screams eternally]".
- Drawing googly eyes on Rinka's Gag Boobs.
- The reveal of the protagonist's absurdly youthful grandmother:
"Oh my god....Ooooooh my gooood....
- Among the annotations in one of the last few scenes (which reveals that the protagonist had children with several members of his family):
Ukyou looks questionably hot in this picture."
- The final annotation: THE ARISTOCRATS!
- In the Jay Jay the Jet Plane one-shot, one of the characters says "Let me remind you that God has a special plan for us", causing the entire group to freak out at once. As one annotator put it:
"WELL THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY"
- Then again, the entire episode could be considered this due to everyone's reactions to the literal Uncanny Valley that lies before them.
Kirby: Right back at Ya!
- General Tropes:
- All the annotators make fun of Tiff for being a anti-fun brat, and seeing how she acts in the show, can you blame them?
- Kirby's role as a hero was taken up to eleven, as the annotators make him a snarky and level-headed hero. that's done with everyone's shit in Cappytown.
- As a result of the character's vocal evolution, and due to the character becoming slightly less endearing as the series progressed, King Dedede's exaggerated Southern accent has been mocked in later episodes, becoming either difficult to understand in the vein of Boomhauer or degrading completely into nonsensical ramblings.
- Episode 1:
- During the first minutes in episode 1, some annotator says this:
Annotator (as Sheep): So this is how life ends... staring into what looks like a puckering asshole...
- Made even better as to what an annotator makes a sheep say when he's about to get eaten:
"What the- where's the blatant 4kids censorship?"
- Actually, the whole first scene has the annotators confused as to how they can show skeletons of recently deceased sheep, but not guns or blood. As one annotator puts it:
"AW HERE IT GOES"
- Immediately, after the one note of the theme song, everyone gets excited, with someone shouting:
- "Dedede: Comin' At Ya!" plays up every character's (and annotator's) traits to a ridiculous extreme.
- Someone gives every Knight a name and their own thick accent.
- Episode 4:
Iro: "Do you like comedy, Mom?"Iro's Mom via annotation: "Your birth was hilarious, yes."
- Iro and his family steel themselves for Channel DDD's upcoming comedy programming.
Dedede: "Ah got everybody in town glued to my channel!"Escargoon: (referring to Tiff) "Yes, except for that little brat friend of Kirby."Annotated Dedede: "WHAAAT?! YOU DIDN'T PRODUCE ANY PRETENTIOUS INDIE FLICKS?!"
- After Dedede introduces TV to Cappytown, everybody is glued to the tube, except for Tif.
Tiff: "UUUUUUGGGHHH!!! WE USED TO HAVE LIVES BEFORE TELEVISION!!!"Annotation: Tiff is like Lisa Simpson x100 in this episode.Annotated Mr. Curio: "It's a novelty that's been around for a single day! Also, calm the fuck down!"
- Tiff's outburst in the first half of the episode pretty much sealed her reputation as a humorless, uptight killjoy.
Annotated Kirby: "I WILL GO AWAY..."...Or "I NEED A VACATION..."...Or "Fine by me, this place sucks."
- King Dedede manages to hypnotize the townsfolk into thinking that Kirby must go away. The ploy even works on Kirby himself.