The choices in the Forensics section of Trauma Team generally has one choice that is obviously wrong but ends up sounding hilarious. Case in point - one of the choices on figuring out why the murderer did was "that's just how he rolls!" and "That's not blood at all!"
CR-S01's bonus scene you unlock after beating the game.
All the bonus scenes could count except for the last one with Professor Sartre and Rosalia
And Gabe's bonus scene. In fact, pretty much anything involving an exchange between Gabe and RONI applies.
"I would love to do that. Meaningless, friendly observation: Muscle Pains."
At one point, Gabe makes a particularly... odd connection. When RONI asks about it, Gabe tells her that sometimes you just have to say, "To Hell with it." RONI proceeds to save that as a subroutine. The best part? This is actually an important plot point!
"Oh ROOONIII! We have a bad image here!"
There is also Valerie's comment about the announcer during Miracle Surgery, as well as Markus responding with a Facepalm.
Valerie: I'd love to suture his mouth shut!
After the above is over, Valerie makes a live declaration about how Caduceus operates. In the background, Markus is seen slouching over in embarrassment.
Director Hoffman taking care of Greg's baby while everyone is off treating patients.
Hanzou suddenly warping into the high class airplane the doctors were riding back home. Gabe falls down to the floor, and he and the chief start freaking out how the hell he did that if said airplane was already hundreds of feet away from the ground and he was way down below.
During one Forensics case in Trauma Team, you have to send a broken guitar to your partner to have it analyzed. His reaction when he finds out that it's worth $100,000 is just priceless.
It's not that it's just worth $100,000, it's that it belonged to a MUSICAL LEGEND that Little Guy is obviously a huge fan of. At that point, he literally states that now It's Personal for the destruction of this precious relic of the past.
On the subject of money, one operation in New Blood has a very particular patient: An 11-year old boy who complains his operation isn't expensive enough. He learned his friend had recieved a $40,000 surgery, and he doesn't want to be outdone.
Under the Knife 2: At one point, Derek tries to practice his Healing Touch again after it fails when he tries to operate on Adel, something that came as the result of losing Emilio to GUILT. He keeps failing, to the point where the game issues out a fake "Operation Failed" screen. This would be pretty heartbreaking, but the slogan above the "Operation Failed" logo still reads "The Medical Board will be notified." The implication is that Derek is going to get in trouble for private, informal training that doesn't even hurt anybody!
One of the operations in Under the Knife and Second Opinion has a very special "patient": a time bomb. Its description states:
Clearing all of the X operations in Under the Knife results in a congratultory message. Said message reminds you that you don't Know Mortal Kombat and therefore shouldn't dive straight into performing real-life operations...then tells you that if you are a real doctor, you probably shouldn't tell your patients how much you struggled at a surgery simulation game.