Rin's constant fawning over Toriko, being upset that the battle fragrance didn't cause him to "go wild" on her.
Sunny and Komatsu's reactions to the giant Regal Mammoth falling off the cliff.
Some of the monsters and food items are pretty silly. Octopi that squirt condiments? Butt Bugs? Burger Clovers?
Everyone agreeing that the best way to enter the Regal Mammoth would be through its butt. Sunny does not approve.
When Toriko and Terry arrive on the Wool Continent, Terry's first instinct is to mark everywhere on their landing spot.
He does it again later in the anime, this time on walking trees (who step out of the gang's way so they have a clear path to their destination).
Beasts beware the power of the ZONGE SMASH!◊ The manga version was just as "effective", but the animators really ran with it.
Surprise Apples. They get tastier the more you surprise them. They're also called "Human Face Apples". Guess why.
And who got the highest level of surprise/taste? Zonge. by farting on them.
THIS◊. When Teppei accidentally reveals there is no Century Soup, causing the ship to turn back without them.
The look on Komatsu's face when he finds out Melk II isn't a boy.
Toriko makes a noble, badass and dramatic speech when faced with the prospect of loosing his food memories in a game, saying the past doesn't matter....Before immediately relying on Coco, much to Coco's chagrin.
Toriko makes a awesome and badass speech on how he'll add the Jewel Meat to his Full Course Meal...only for Sunny to interrupt (Literally stopping the 'adding menu item sequence), because he's adding the Jewel Meat to his Full Course Meal. The two start arguing over it.
The anime reveals how they settled their argument. By Rock Paper Scissors
Actually, the manga showed it that way as well (albeit in one panel).
The grin that the characters get when they drink or even think about Century Soup. Coco refuses to show his face when he tries some.
Sunny declines the soupbecause of those silly grins.
The Dodorian Fruit. It is a fruit so stinky that its smell lingers in a place for 300 years, and when it ripens and drops, it knocks Toriko and Komatsu clean out, wakes them back up, and knocks them back out sporadically for one month. Before hand, the intense smell actually rotted their clothes and food.
And the explosion causes everyone in the entire Human world to cringe in horror. Except Zonge.
And Sunny. In his case, he doesn't just cringe, he passes out, foaming at the mouth.
When Setsuno shows Toriko and Komatsu her GIANT vat of Century Soup, the two start gushing over the amount and types of ingredients in it. She dramatically tells them that the soup is incomplete...but the boys are too busy gushing to hear her. So she tries again. Still not paying attention. Getting annoyed, she screams that the soup is incomplete. That gets their attention, and she angrily tells them to pay attention.
When Toriko has to go through the process of growing his arm back he thinks it'll be fun since it pretty much just involves him eating a lot of food. Cue the next panel, when the process kicks in and Toriko has gone bone thin, begging for food
Before their battle with the Four Beasts, the Heavenly Kings discuss their philosophy on life. Toriko, Coco, and Sunny provide their own ideas on success and failure. What's Zebra's philosophy?
The climax against the the real body of the Four Beast. Beaten and barely alive, Toriko, Coco, Sunny and Zebra pour their entire life and predator aura into their mightiest technique, a energy representation of their very concept of Hunger: "Ou Shouka Bansan". The kicker — it takes the form of freakingPac-Man.
Tina freaking out when she sees Zebra through her video camera in episode 68. She tosses the camera into the air, then can't decide whether she's more concerned about it or her safety.
Next episode she's doing "Dishing with Tina" with Warden Love as the guest. She appraises a diamond encrusted...black thing that is probably worth more than a hundred years of Tina's salary. Then she finds out it was used to shackle Zebra's wrist. The value shrinks to ZERO.
Meet Buranchi. He's the Number 3 chef in the world, and is to chefs what Zebra is to gourmet hunters, and owns an eatery in the Gourmet World. And his reaction to meeting Komatsu is flat-out hilarious. He basically throws a hysterical tantrum when he learns that the chef the Four Kings praise is just a little guy, while Komatsu's in awe of meeting someone of Buranchi's status.
Buranchi: There's no way in Hell you're higher than me!! No way I believe that!!
Komatsu: Huh? Me? Higher than you, Buranchi-san? Of course I'm not!
Buranchi: Hell yeah you're not- What?!
Shortly thereafter, he starts a shouting/insult match with Setsuno and Zaus (the only chefs ranged higher than him) after blowing by them in the race, while poor Komatsu (who was dragged along) tries to calm things down unsuccessfully.