The 1960s series and movies
- Day of Disaster has the bridge technicians thinking Brains may be insane and have escaped from an asylum.
- Even better when Lady Penelope rescues him from a psychiatrist and he catches her speaking into her makeup kit.
- In "The Man from MI5", when they're in Monte Carlo, Lady Penelope gives Parker the night off. As he's leaving, Lady Penelope asks him what he's doing with the bag he's carrying. He starts to tell her that he's taking it in case he wins anything at the casino he's going to. Then the bag falls open and all his burglary tools fall out.
Penelope: Come on, you can tell me.
- Later, Lady Penelope asks him how he did at the casino, and he admits, sadly, that he lost. She asks how much he lost, to which Parker replies that it was what he lost. After a bit more prodding and uncertain murmuring....
Parker: Your yacht, m'lady.
- "Vault of Death": Lady Penelope's driving. The funny part is seeing her guest and Parker are in the backseat, covering their eyes.
- Several from "The Mighty Atom":
The Hood: You stupid, foolish, idiotic failure!
- Parker and Kyrano fight over the drinks tray (notice that David Graham voices both characters at the same time).
- Lady Penelope screams at the robotic mouse (off-screen).
- The Hood crushes the robotic mouse after discovering photos of a terrified Lady Penelope.
* Parker becoming a human snowball in the "Cham-Cham." The (Possibly)antigrav umbrella at the end deserves a mention.
- Alan's dream in Thunderbirds Are Go. Who the hell thought that up?
Tin-Tin But won't you have some coffee, Alan?Alan No thanks! It keeps me awake!
- Before that, after being told he and Tin-Tin aren't allowed to leave the base (despite Scott and Virgil being allowed without a second thought), Alan angrily declares he's going to bed. In a rather Seinfeld-esque moment:
- The ending of the episode "Cry Wolf", Tony and Bob let Scott drive in the cart they use as Thunderbirds 2, only for him to turn out to be too heavy for the cart and ends up crashing through the barn and into some rubbish bins, it's topped by what Scott says after his bumpy ride:
The 2004 movie
- As a Mythology Gag to the series' use of human hands in close-ups, they did the inverse during the Thunderbird 1 launch- a puppet hand suddenly replaces Fermat's!.