Arthur tries to do his Bette Midler impression in the middle of the review.
Arthur gets sidetracked in the middle of his training pointing out the plot holes and bizarre, cliche-powered basis of the geekverse. To the point where the elemental forces he's supposed to be controlling explode.
Arthur and Ivan getting into a Zzz-off.
Reacting to Mila's marriage to Paul WS Anderson and subsequent roles in the Resident Evil films.
Ivan knows all the moves to the Diva's dance.
Arthur and Necros prepare to have their big climactic battle - and Necros suddenly decides to leave because his shows are on TV. Arthur doesn't take it too well.
Followed by Il Niege shooting down every idea he has for a Christmas review because they were already done already. So they review Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Once they realize that the movie has elements that everybody can enjoy, they decide it secretly is a real Christmas movie.
Arthur cites the theory that Cameron is dying, made up Ferris, and passes on when he pushes the car through the window which pushes the movie's concept into territory so dark that "The Christmas Shoes" starts playing.
Il Niege: But amazing as it is, Film/Eragon doesn't come close to replacing my true favourite, The Twilight Saga. I am just so overcome with love for this series that my excess love flowed out of me and took on physical form. And here's here today! Introducing, Il Niegeward! Il Niegeward: I like to watch you sleep.
Ivan and Arthur speaking in temporally-displaced dialects.
Arthur attempts to promote Sack o' Mana, the new Paladin energy drink, and making a bunch of gay euphemisms by accident while doing so.
Some Jerk with a Camera...er, "Some Genius and his Recording Device", hating on Disney Land and comparing It's a Small World to sex.
Arthur and Ivan doing Minnesotan accents throughout the Fargo review.
Because they're not a thinking show, they outsource the highbrow jokes.
The Obscure: Oh yeah, Fargo, a very historically important film because of the...stuff, and the...things...ah fuck it, we're gonna talk about something more insightful like the works of John Ruskin nah like Magic Eye! Stare at it.
TBelle as the Pirate Girl Isabella, with a thick pirates accent.
Arthur mentions a black spot on the movie, then offhandedly mentions to Ivan that he doesn't mean it like that. It's Ivan's hilariously over-the-top :O face that sells it.
Arthur cheekily telling Isabella that she's going to give his sword back, and Isabella cheekily refusing, all while whimsical music plays in the background. Until...
Arthur: I have a nuke aimed at your position. *music stops* Isabella: What? Ivan: What?
His review of Film/Beetlejuice ends with him controlling Some Jerk with a Camera to dance to "The Banana Boat Song". It became quite a bit funnier when Jerk revealed on twitter that there was supposed to be a montage of dancing reviewers, and instead he was the only one shown.
Ivan's letter explaining why he has left Arthur for the time being, which tells Arthur "tough shit buddy" if he thinks he's not ready yet.
Arthur panicking when he realizes his meta-humour could be seen as a rip-off of Disney doing the same thing in the titular movie.
Puppy!Arthur struggling to answer his phone without any opposable thumbs.
Nekros: How are you enjoying your time as a furry? Arthur: Oh yiff off!
During the Die Hard review, Arthur and the Narrator wonder if the former's powers are tied to his blonde hair. Then Arthur reminisces about how sexy he looked as a blonde.
Arthur states that there's one thing the remake of The Wicker Man (2006) got right: both movies slowly peel back the layers of the plot to reveal something more horrifying. In the original it's the plot twist, in the remake it's Nicolas Cage himself.
His glee at Christopher Lee dancing in drag, followed by wishing he looked as good in drag as Lee does. And then glee again at being better dressed than the other dated sixties fashions.
Censoring out the female naughty bits with disco balls. And then explaining why.
Arthur: I don't find them appealing. At all. I like the penis.