Dr. Tease: Well, from all outward appearances, Spoony seems to be completely normal. Dr. Block: Yes, (air quotes) "normal". Dr. Tease: All except for his saxophone-shaped penis. Critic: Penis? Dr. Block: Yes. Dr. Tease: But we all knew about that. Critic: We did? Dr. Block: Of course. Dr. Tease: The problem seems to be inside of his head. Critic: Which head? Dr. Tease: His brain.
Dr. Block: And not his penis. Critic: Penis? Dr. Tease: No, but thanks for offering. Dr Block: We'll have to examine Spoony's head. Critic: His brain? Dr. Tease: No, his penis. But we should do that too, make a note of that. Dr. Block: I think we will find Spoony is suffering from an acute case of CCFCP. Critic: Which is...? Dr. Tease: Coo Coo For Coco Puffs. Dr. Block: It's a technical term. You can find it in the DSM4, right next to Fruity As A Nut Cake. Dr. Tease: And when abbreviated, it has the exact same number of letters as the word "penis". Critic: Penis? Dr. Tease: Maybe later. Dr. Block: Don't worry. We'll take good care of Spoony. Dr. Tease: Especially his head. Critic: You mean penis. * Tease slaps the Critic* Dr. Block: Pervert. * Dr. Tease scoffs. Both exit with the unconscious Spoony.* Critic:Why do I talk to people?
Terl and the Executor getting sidetracked in their Star Wars quoting, thanks to randomly taking lines from different movies.
The Critic clings to the Chick in terror at his computer exploding, but then...
The moment when Linkara actually does open the door.
Linkara: *cheerfully* Yes, I am... *realizes who it is* ...gonna go get him! *tries to shut the door*
After introducing himself as the Cinema Snob's protégé, Luke immediately criticizes the next line-read.
Spoony strapped up to a device that reads his unconscious mind. And when you've got three other reviewers in the room asking embarrassing questions, it turns into a hilarious lie detector test that not only claims that Spoony loves Rebecca Blackand has sexual thoughts about his sister, but he's also got a soft spot for Highlander II and the Final Fantasy series.
Luke: Wow, you are such a phony!
Note that there are hints the detector may be reading Ma-Ti's mind rather than Spoony's, making this somehow even more hilarious considering how he usually acts.
The Critic and Last Angry Geek's Mind Meld lead to a Call Back joke:
Last Angry Geek: The needs... of the many... outweigh...
Critic: The needs of the few-
Last Angry Geek: Shut up I'm talking.
Critic: [exasperated] Sorry!
And when the Geek finds "nothing in there", it leads to the only amusing and non-dramatic 'Critic has no self-esteem' moment: he misunderstands and complains "that's a little harsh", but realizes the remark has some truth to it.
The Critic and Film Brain discussing Ma-Ti's cremation in a Quaker Oats container.
Critic: Yeah, that was a weird request in his will.
Cheerios 2 still being the Critic's breakfast of choice as seen in his room.
The Chick prank-calling Lupa, only to have it backfire.
Nostalgia Chick: And so, as the head of the FAA, we would like you to please stop dying your head that horrible red, so our pilots will not longer be blinded by your hellishly slutty colors.
Lupa: Oooh, thank you, Mrs. Secretary. And so long that we’re talking about air-space, you might wanna put Nostalgia Chick on your maps. Her obviously padded bra is much too large, and if an Argentinian soccer team crashes onto her breasts and are forced to eat themselves...
Beforehand, her big rant about Lupa's "clown hair". And then when she notices the Critic looking at her strangely, she then tries to act like she didn't know Todd had another crush.
Linkara, having realised that Paw doesn't watch his show despite his protests otherwise, challenges to Paw to sing his theme song. Paw nervously sings the opening lines of "Break Me" by The Irresponsibles.
The Chick's total failure at acting innocent when the Critic catches her on his computer.
Followed naturally by Todd threatening her with a restraining order. (You'd figure he would have thought of that by like the third kidnapping.)
When the Critic forgets who Terl is:
Terl: It's Terl! T-U-double R-E-double-L, Terl! Do you know what that spells!?
The outside-the-quest reviewers having the objects they're holding being changed. The best are The Rap Critic brushing his teeth with a twig and Diamanda Hagan still biting her sandwich despite having a hand in it.
Even better it's one of her minions, so she might not care either way.
The scene where the agents put Spoony into "Cardboard Freeze".
Spoony: "Isn't that just another term for putting me in a cardboard box?"
Prick: "Lower him in."
Spoony: "Wait, no! Aah!" *Gets put in a box* "Wait, I don't have a Wookiee to soothe or a hot princess to kiss."
Also at the beginning, "Ask about Sage's weiner" and the Doctors producing an umbrella... just in case Spoony's head asplodes.
Sad Panda distracting Doctor Insano so the other critics can loot his lab.
Even better is how he specifically tells Dr. Insano to use an explanation that would take the longest time, and Insano still doesn't realize he's trying to distract him.
Terl proclaiming that the Critic will not escape and that nothing will escape his sight... only for the house-ship to fly past while he's turned around.
The moment at the very end where Turrell finally meets General Zod was absolutely brilliant.
It's Mechakara's baffled reaction to the shout the sells it.
Doctor Insano's description of time.
"Time isn't a straight line; it's more like a David Lynch movie! It's this wandering, meandering thing that just goes in all directions, and if you're very lucky, by the end you'll see some boobies, and maybe some little people."
Most of his cameo qualifies as this, actually. Particularly when they steal all of his stuff at the end.
Insano:Son of a bitch! This is why I need mad scientist insurance!
"They even took my novelty slot-machine! Who DOES that???"
8-Bit Mickey calmly telling everyone where Spoony is while covered in blood holding a severed hand. He high-fives Paw with it, causing Paw to freak out once he realizes he's holding the severed hand of Prick.
Marzgurl: Critic, there appears to be some very angry men approaching from outside.
Critic: Jehovah's Witnesses?
When we see the surveillance video of Prick pounding on the door, there is an alarm flashing below it reading "Douches detected".
Todd is beamed in, and the Chick's face lights up. Then Lupa is beamed in, and Todd is overjoyed while the Chick gives her a catty look.
The Chick lovingly clinging to Todd in the Shadow's arm during their meeting with Insano. She doesn't even look in the same direction as the others when they all begin talking at the same time, and continues to stare up at Todd.
Todd having to stop the Chick from pawing at him during the same scene.
When the Critic leaves Earth behind Terl's back, Terl was immediately summoned by the Executor. The first few seconds of this scene is simply the camera moving back and forth from Terl twiddling his hands in fear and a very unhappy looking Executor. Cue frown and awkward silence.
When Terl tells the Executor about what happened to Prick.
Executor: (after a couple awkward seconds, not happy) Critic's gone?
Terl: (hand shaking a bit) Um-hm.
Executor: Prick, dead?
Terl: Well... ah, not exc—yeah.
Executor: You pissing yourself in fear?
Terl: (small high pitch tone) Definitely.
Executor: You have failed me for the last time Terl.
Made even better when you realize that Mickey's been wearing a Derpy Hooves shirt since he first showed up. With the exception of the scenes where he disguised himself as a government agent and killed Prick.
Even better when you realise that CR is the site's prominent brony.
Ed!Jesu playing catch with a thermal detonator with Sage. Especially amusing since Sage is characterized as Jesu's Arch-Enemy.
The Critic and Paw trying to explain to Phelous the rule of red shirt. Reaches meta-level when you realize what one of Phelous's most common themes on his show is...
Paw's reaction to a particular insult Phelous throws at him when he's taking charge.
8-Bit Mickey saying that once they see what's up the hole, they have a sexy dance party.
The conversation that follows makes it even better
Critic: I don't recall a sexy dance party.
8-Bit Mickey: Are you saying we don't need a sexy dance party?
Critic: Well, I didn't say that.
Moments after Marzgurl calls him out on mixing up Europa with Jupiter, Critic spouts off a bunch of facts about Europa to 8-Bit Mickey and tops it off by turning around and biting his thumb at Marzgurl.
After Lupa rejects Todd, The Chick suddenly pops up next to him...and after she leaves so does 8-Bit Mickey:
8-Bit Mickey: Hey Zorro, take your love triangle outside, some of us are trying to sleep.
Todd: Outside is a cold heartless vacuum.
8-Bit Mickey: So's Obscurus Lupa.
When Sad Panda is made the doctor of the crew and when they found Spoony unconscious:
Sad Panda: Stand back. I am apparently a doctor.
(Sad Panda checks his own pulse and touches Spoony's shoulder)
Sad Panda: He's dead.
(Spoony wakes up)
Sage: I thought you said he was dead.
Sad Panda: He's dead to me. So are all of you.
Not to mention the fact that Panda is now wearing the same outfit as the 11th Doctor.
Sad Panda in general can be pretty hilarious, since he only seems to talk when it's time for scathing one-liners.
Sad Panda: Film Brain, you look like you heard two people having sex.
Film Brain: How would you know?!
Sad Panda: I'm French. We know.
Backtracking from the above; very dark comedy, but Film Brain mistaking Mechakara assimilating The Nostalgia Chick as their having sex since he couldn't see what was actually happening.
And then constantly having to correct himself as he tries to explain where they are...
The marvelous "D8" expression on his face when he first comes into the room.
And then everyone believing the surly demeanour of the two when they finally show up is an 'afterglow'. (Everyone exceptObscurus Lupa and possibly CR, that is.)
This conversation after that, especially the look on Jew Wario at the end.
After Luke and Cinema Snob have a heartwarming conversation about the reviewers being like family, the camera suddenly cuts over to JewWario, who's still reading the book. He looks up and says "That's so Takei."
Phelous's death starts off horrifying, but becomes hilarious around the third or fourth time the guard goes in to stab him because he just won't die. It's explained that he's now basically immortal because in all sci-fi movies, "once one red shirt is killed, there's always more that come," which makes for hilarious logic as well as a call back to his former "dies at the end of each review" gag.
And it continues back on the Exit Strategy...somehow.
And Sad Panda reporting Critic about it. Let's also add that by the third stab, even Spoony, Sad Panda and Bennet's faces were practically "Just die already!"
Critic: Sad Panda, report!
Sad Panda: Sir, Phelous is (last stab) thankfully dead.
The return of Benzaie.
"I don't even know what he's doing right now, he's just dancing around naked!"
"Yo, my name's Benzaie, and you know I'm always kissing guys!"
"Why would we want to learn French in French?"
Pretty much the entirety of the Critic getting teleported gag, but special mention should go to when Terl tries to get involved and ends up getting put right where NC was about to get shot at. Twice.
Joe beaming onto Zod & Terl's ship, asking which crewman is the Tactical Weapons Officer, and promptly shooting him in the head after Zod & Terl both point him out, before flashing a cocky grin as he beams out.
What also makes it funny is Zod and Terl's reactions to Joe appearing, killing the Tactical Weapons Officer and vanishing, as if to say "What the fuck just happened here?!"
JO!Ed always choosing Paw as a demonstration target. "I shall test it ooonn...Paw Paw!" *BLAM!!!*
Mechakara and Seven of Eleven "helping" the Engineering crew:
The Critic asks Linkara, the Chick and Todd to come down so he can prove they haven't been compromised. All three say that everything's fine...when Todd is revealed to be dressed as RoboCop! And the Critic stilldoesn't suspect a thing.
Even better, right before this, the Critic says he's going to call three random people to make sure everything's okay. Of course, the "random" people turn out to be the exact three that are acting suspicious.
Adding to the amusement is how utterly unfazed she is by this.
Sad Panda's medical expertise comes from watching House, so he thinks running dangerous tests that could kill someone is the best choice of action and hands out pain killers like Pez. As it turns out, this actually saves everyone on board the bridge in the next part due to Mechakara turning off the oxygen, their metabolisms slowed down.
Testing JO!Ed and CR's Dream Interpreter... on Film Brain.
Film Brain: Why do I have to do it?!
CR: Well, what we need is a blank slate. An innocence, of sort. Someone whose brainwaves are so low—
The Critic's increasing obliviousness to his crew being assimilated. First, we had Mechakara, who's really just Linkara with a glove and a vocal filter. Then, we had Seven of Eleven, who comes right out and admits that the "carbon unit known as Nostalgia Chick" is no more. And here, we top it off with Todd, who suddenly appears wearing a massive and hugely intricate Robocop costume. And no one notices.
The Last Angry Geek confronts The Executor, the Executor, being the Big Bad, prepares for a climatic battle and pulls out his lightsaber. Geek disarms him with one hit. Executor stares at him for a few seconds before whipping out the lightning.
There's also The Executor Chewing the Scenery to ridiculous levels when he's being electrocuted, mugging as if there's no tomorrow.
Snob also questions him if The Executor was really responsible for everything that happened.
Executor: Well, from a certain point of view, everythin— Yes."
The Executor randomly describing the party he'll give when he finishes his evil plot, down to the style of the cups while Snob stares in bewilderment.
"We've got bigger things on the brain. Brain? Brain...oh good god!" With his expression staying exactly the same at the end.
The reason for Darth Snob's helmet:
Snob: I still don't see why I have to wear this thing.
Executor: I told you, you were burned
Snob: After you threw coffee in my face!
Executor: To get rid of that mosquito
Snob: Which I didn't see
Executor: But I did
Snob: And couldn't find.
Executor: Because it drowned in coffee.
Snob: ...I'm starting to think you just wanted someone uglier around here.
The Last Angry Geek's force ghost scaring Film Brain into a screaming fit, rocking back & forth in fetal position in the corner, revealing that Luke was his second choice to train in the ways of the Plot!
It's even funnier when you remember that Film Brain remembers that LAG was Cloak #1.
Darth Snob declaring his thoughts are clear. Like Pepsi. Crystal Pepsi.
And then his reaction when the Executor expresses his disgust at the idea of the drink.
"My master, I have brought you my apprentice." "Sure you did."
The climactic commotion aboard the USS Exit Strategy, with Phelous fighting off the Red Shirt curse!
The paper used to illustrate the team's plan, with such gems as labeling Zod's and Turell's spaceship "meanies" and putting eyes on the plot hole, making it resemble a ghost, and labeling it "spooky plothole!".
JewWario looks excited when Phelous tells him to drive them into firing range... Then he immediately looks disappointed when Phelous tells him not to do another barrel roll.
"Snob?" "Yo." "Kill him." "'Kay."
"I can't even make toast!"
And this number:
Luke: I am a critic, an artist! Like my father before me.
Executor: Your father was an improv comedian on Canadian television.
Plus, Zod has a pretty hilarious Oh Crap expression on his face when he sees Mechakara on the security feed (all while Turrell is too busy spouting off the aforementioned butchered Shakespeare quotes to notice).
"We're gonna need twenty confederate soldiers wearing zombie make-up and twenty-one women wearing nothing at all."
Cinema Snob seeing the aftermath of his Face-turn.
Snob: God, did I bet on the right horse.
The conversation between Doug and Critic is pretty serious, but it starts off funny with Doug trying very hard to ease the tension and trailing off when Critic doesn't give him any leeway.
On that note, what about the Critic putting down his own creator upon learning the plot hole was out of control.
Critic: Okay, your story sucks.
As noted in the cast commentary, while Phelous is giving commands on the ship, there's a brief cut to Sad Panda waving his arms in the most hilarious way possible.
Kyle's precious look of "what the fuck am I looking at" when Santa Christ enters the field.
The "How Would Your Character Die" featurette, in which everyone states how they imagine their character would be retired, &MarzGurl says she'd fall from a great height... And then proceeds to go into great detail about why it would be such an awesome death. It goes on long enough that disclaimers start appearing on the bottom, which become even horrified as they on.
The Blooper Reel
The Cinnamon Snob.
Angry Joe running in & dancing behind Zodd, Nostalgia Chick & Oancitizen, in the midst of performing "Distraction".
Followed by MarzGurl walking in & dragging him away, with Joe still dancing as he leaves.
Noting how odd it is to be playing Spoony as Ma-Ti, since neither one is one the site anymore.
Having the Snob rebuke Clodd's proposal that he'd be able to make movies by pointing out that Brad had already made The Cinema Snob Movie &, the revised proposal of "good movies" by pointing out the positive fan reaction. He's ultimately swayed by being told he can dress up like Darth Vader.
The alternate take of the Insano's reaction to the reviewers stealing all of his stuff, with the Nostalgia Chick running back in to steal one of the couch cushions.
Also from the "Making of" documentary, 3 Words Singing Nazi Doilies
The teaser anticipating some Schedule Slip, declaring the release in "Summer...-ish."
And, indeed, they did manage to get the last episode out nine days before the first day of fall.
Diamanda Hagan's "Official Announcement" video of her loaning several Minions to Channel Awesome for use in the movie in exchange for nude pictures of The Nostalgia Chick... which she didn't get, prompting her to kill the director and replace him with "a puppet made of very lifelike string."
In the middle of the song, Joe walks past the room, stops (as if noticing the singing for the first time), backs up, looks into the camera with a bemused "WTF?" expression, then walks back the way he came, shaking his head.
Then Phelous uploaded a video of 3 alternate gag endings. He DID help with some of the effects in the movie after all.
His first alternate ending: An obviously photoshopped Linkara saying (with Phelous's voice) "The site is mine now!"
Spoony explaining that his dog Oreo actually ate Turell, or more specifically his neck beard, forcing Spoony to spirit gum the halves together. And this is in fact the second character Oreo "killed" having eaten another costume for Chuckles the Fucking Jester at an earlier point in time.
He brings up an ad lib that he regrets was cut out, when Insano is describing the Plot Hole's effects: "The ending of Mass Effect 3 won't make any goddamn sense!"
Midway through Part 3, Oreo turns up with a squeaky toy & Spoony gets distracted.
From Part 5:
Spoony: Beware my throat of doom! My throat will consume all!
Even funnier with the fact that even by the time he recorded the commentary, Noah still had no idea what that shot was referencing (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Doug looking over the 220-page script on-location... that he wrote... and muttering to himself that this may need to be a mini-series instead of a short movie. Spoony and others around him replied, "Nooo. Ya think!?"
Ladies, it's as sweet waking up next to Doug as you think it is.
Because Kyle only appears in a One-Scene Wonder part in section seven, a Running Joke formed among the cast that he also plays bit parts of everything from Brad's glasses, to Jewwario's chest hair, to the very Earth itself...
Oancitizen: Which actually means I disappear around part two.
Holly explained that she had to film in front of a green screen for her "intern in Snob's dream" scene, only to realize afterward that Doug had used the footage of her on top of a photo of a green screen.
Lewis begins explaining how he got the original script for the movie, only to be briefly side tracked by a scene of Turrell upside down during the opening credits.
Kyle recalls that he made Lindsay crack up when he ad-libbed "Please, my mother never loved me!" as they wrestle for the mic during "Distraction."
Kyle's Insufferable Genius moment - pointing out the use of Wagner over Sergei Eisenstein's anti-German propaganda film Alexander Nevsky.
""Brian:"" The crazy thing is, I'm pretty sure this is all off the top of his head.
This gem from Diamanda Hagan's commentary comes at the Critic meeting Doug scene:
“This bit is about to get really really hot.”
“The wedding ring kind of ruins my fantasies.”
“That’s what makes it naughty.”
Doug showing off that masochist side of his and detailing the lengths he went to get slapped for real. Elisa wanted to fake it and Ed Glazer tried to show them how, but instead of going that easier route, Doug begged his wife to be Elisa's hand double so he could get his fix.
All his shipping of Luke/Snob and Turrell/Zod.
His Take That towards the people who complained about the Judge Dredd scene going on too long.
Rob explaining why MarzGurl wasn't dressed up as Mon Mothma during the battle planning scene in Part 7: Doug said that it, "doesn't make any sense."