From the same episode, solving the ballerina puzzle just in time.
Kyle: Pit crew! Pit crew!
Deacon: I'll just watch!
Fraser adding "in bed" everything the characters say. It gets raunchier and raunchier until it stops making sense.
Our introduction to the Dog "instrument" in Wii Music.
They put together a band consisting of a dog suit, a cat suit, a cheerleader, and a guy clapping his hands, and play the Flea Waltz.
Fraser: This is the worst thing ever made.
The gang's collective handfart during Microsoft's E3 2011 press conference.
Also during the Microsoft press conference: the ridiculously labored leadup to the not-at-all-worth-it-but-still-somehow-worth-it Harry PotterParallel Porn Title joke.
The title of said porn?: Hairy Twatter and the Messy Swallows.
Then Fraser starts giving himself the "raise the roof" gesture while the others chant, "USA! USA!".
The gang was looking forward to destroying a 22:1 scale Creeper in the Giant Minecraft challenge. Fraser loads it to the brim with TNT and is talking about how much fun it's going to be to see the destruction, when the dynamite starts to go off.
When Fraser is introducing the gang to Minecraft, a Creeper appears around a corner and starts bouncing toward him. Kyle and Deacon start singing Star Trek battle music.
Their Super Smash Bros. Brawl playthrough is hilarious if you enjoy watching Fraser act like a sore loser throughout the entire ordeal, getting progressively grumpier as they continue playing.
One hilarious moment of Epic Fail stands out: Deacon respawns after dying, does an attack... and immediately falls in a hole, ending the match. Deacon's reaction was priceless, as he almost fell over the sofa laughing.
The playthrough ended with some epic trolling by Deacon and Ben, as they spent almost the entirety of their last match breakdancing as Pikachu, only defending themselves when Fraser and Becky approached them.
Donkey's taunt, in which he shakes his head, shrugs his shoulders, and has a "Am I Rite?" look on his face. This was when everyone could tell that Fraser's patience was wearing thin, and Ben only made it worse. Needless to say, it was hysterical.
Ben dancing along to King Dedede's Final Smash.
In The Binding of Isaac playthrough, the team and the chat share some painful memories (often from childhood) including:
Fraser peeing his pants in kindergarten and having to wear girly pants from the Lost and Found.
Upon reaching one of Zsasz's ringing phones in Batman: Arkham City, we find that Vicki Vale was standing right next to it.
Fraser: You could have got that!
In VVVVVV, Fraser encounters white lines that flip his character's orientation. He doesn't notice them, and assumes his controller is broken, shaking it in a vain attempt to fix it. Ben and the chat tease him for the rest of the night over this. Even Becky gets in some digs.
Fraser's frustration with the game's difficulty became increasingly funnier. At the "...Not As I Do" screen, one death made him flail around while making a noise that was equal parts dry heaving and orgasm.
Becky: I've never heard that before!
In The Room: The Game, the character of Johnny is often seen naked, as showering and getting dressed are essential parts of the experience. At one point, Becky put her hand over the game screen so it looked like she was, um, "touching" Johnny's butt with her finger, and then she proceeded to stick said finger in Fraser's face. His look of utter disgust and disbelief was priceless.
Fraser: Well, the protagonist seems so fragile that you don't want him to get hurt.
Ben gets caught in a trap immediately afterwards. He and Deacon go "ooooh".
Fraser: See, I was...maybe you're in a different mood than I was, because as soon as I saw that, I stopped.
Ben gets caught again.
In a later playthrough, Fraser, Ben, and the chat start tossing around ideas for a Darker and Edgier remake of Home Alone called "Homicide Alone", where Kevin is left at home on purpose by neglectful parents and gradually goes insane until he brutally kills some pedophiles that break into his home... starring Sylvester Stalloneas Kevin.
In Rochard, Fraser yelling MLG!!!!! after pulling off a cool trick...and promptly being shot to death shortly afterwards.
In part 17 of the same playthrough, Fraser is low on health and has to run into a house in order to get away from a pair of cultists who were going to attack him, only to find out that the house was filled with dozens of them.
Fraser and Ben's mutual misunderstanding of how their own "coin toss" works in Mario Party 2.
Fraser tries to help Becky by explaining the rules of a Duel minigame. The problem is that he explains the rules of a completely different Duel minigame, even though the correct rules are visible on the screen. This causes Becky to lose due to the ensuing confusion. Fraser's rather meek apology afterwards to a pissed-off Becky is the icing on the cake.
And during the little cinematic where Mario and Bowser have a shoot-out, Becky says "Yeah, you push all the buttons they tell you to."
Fraser sets a speed trap which causes him, Becky and Kyle to all get chased into the path of Koopa's laser beam. Fraser then rolls a dice roll that causes him to pass the space that sets the laser off, letting both Kyle and Becky get zapped by it and lose ALL of their coins. The resulting highlights are Kyle screaming at the top of his lungs, Becky just sitting there in shock repeating "Wow, Fraser..." over and over, and Ben proudly calling Fraser a dick, leaving a very meek and astonished Fraser once again apologizing to everyone.
Ben's constant luck during Koopa's Seaside Soiree can't NOT be funny after so long.
Deacon: [as Koopa Cabana manager] I'm sorry, I can't penalize you right now. You're just too lucky. Keep your coins, have some more!
Ben: Have a star!
Fraser: Congratulations, you went on the Win The Game space.
During the Mass Effect playthrough Fraser fake yawns as a joke, which halfway through became a real yawn, making Becky, Ben and the whole chat, including one chat member's dog, yawn for several minutes.
Ben: This is fucked up.
The tangent about why the Council can't track Keepers that have stolen parts of Sovereign in Mass Effect 2. According to the gang, it's because they like taking off the camera on them, sticking it up their behinds, and then do a creepy "laugh".
The live Wii Party episode could probably be considered a Crowning Episode of Funny for the sheer amount of trolling and frage that goes on.
First we have the "rope" minigame (skip to 8:30), in which each player has to swing on a rope and then let go at just the right time to fly as far as possible. Fraser starts off, going a measly 10 yards ("You went really high though.") and Ben lets go at what seems to be the worst possible moment (as his Mii is facing down rather than forward) and his Mii splats into the ground 3 yards BEHIND the rope. Kyle manages to fly a good 77 yards. Then Deacon lets go at the highest point possible, sending his Mii into SPACE and landing 6 YARDS BEHIND the rope. Fraser's reaction is priceless.
Then we have pretty much the entirety of the Buddy Quiz saga, starting here. In the Buddy Quiz game, three players have to guess how the fourth player, the buddy, would answer a certain question (e.g. "Which location is more beautiful?"). Whoever guesses correctly wins points, and whoever gets the most points is deemed the best buddy of the... buddy. Needless to say, many friendships and relationships are ruined.
Then there's Word Bomb, where Fraser abuses how a player can press '2' to pass the bomb back to the previous player. This is meant so that the players have to actually think of a word instead of just saying nothing or repeating a word and passing it on, but Fraser uses it to force it to explode on Deacon by saying his words (which clearly fit the category) aren't good enough.
The gang's extreme excitement at finally unlocking the horse hat after being teased by it multiple times. This is followed by Fraser entering the equestrian event while dressed as a horse and clumsily slamming through every obstacle on the course... set to City Escape.Said event can be seen here in full glory.
Fraser:No, it's not finished. [broken laugh] It's not finished!
The first time Fraser encounters a minstrel in the Assassin's Creed II playthrough. The timing on his shove was absolutely perfect.
During the same play through, during an assassination, they manage to knock a target off of a storm drain he was going to climb up, and then climb up ahead of him. The target still climbs up, allowing Fraser to kill him on the roof.
The series of inaccurate George Washington quotes while watching the Assassin's Creed III trailer during E3 2012.
Fraser: "Four score and seven..."
Deacon: "Let my people go!"
Kyle: "I have a dream!"
Fraser: "I am the last one!"
Basically, any time Aquaman (or his actor, EnterMEUN) appears during a Minecraft episode is going to be this by default.
In the Halo 4 multiplayer episode, the entire gang dress up as "bros". This includes Becky, who stuffs an enormous bulge into her pants (which she repeatedly rubs furiously) and starts to draw a mustache on her face with marker midway through the episode that soon evolves into an immense beard. The chat quickly dubbed her "Broky" and turned "him" into a Memetic Badass.
In Epic Mickey 2, it's both hilarious and embarrassing how Fraser gets stuck at the pump scene and repeatedly failing to pass such a relatively simple stage all because he refused to stop and think.
Pretty much the entire second half of New Super Mario Bros. U is this:
The gang tells stories of how they attempted to give Ben a "college life" through a series of wild parties, one of which involved Ben opening a window by punching it and then trying to fix it with his bare hands and Kyle getting in a fistfight with a wind fan in front of an old lady.
And, to cap it all off, Fraser and Ben expand on their "Who you calling a dummy, dummy?" joke by discussing how they would use it for an actual ventriloquist show... for almost half an hour. Ben eventually decides that, in his show, he'll just bend over, shove his fist up his ass, and be his own dummy. This proceeds to turn Fraser into a giggling wreck incapable of speech for nearly an entire minute.
At the end of the second episode, they reach the end of the game. Because of the fact that only one player is alive when Bowser is defeated, they see the normal ending sequence with Luigi instead of Mario. He even gets the kiss from the princess!
When they're setting up their Wii U, their first username (Farsharzard) is rejected for being offensive. When they need to pick a password, they, prompted by the chat, make fun of this.
Your password contains a swear word! Somebody might hack you and then be offended!
In their first Mass Effect 3 episode, they spend the first half of the episode mocking James, thinking he's going to be another Kaidan/Jacob but then immediately change their minds when he crashes a shuttle to prevent a Cerberus scientist from escaping.
Ben: Doesn't take much to win us over.
Also, their first visit to the Citadel and Fraser's enthusiasm to punch the first reporter he sees: DianaAllers.
Space Duck: I don't have the greatest track record with reporters.
Fraser: I'm gonna punch ya.
And then he agrees to hire Diana, despite the chat's pleas not to, just so that he can have a punching bag on board the Normandy.
Fraser shoots the Catalyst and gets the Refusal ending Everyone's reactions, including the crew and chat, are priceless.
During their playthrough of The Cave, Ben mentions how the cave is ominous, but pronounces the word wrong. Later, the narrator mentions how ominous events are becoming and stops to try and pronounce ominous right before giving up. This causes Fraser to say, "The Cave's as stupid as Ben!"
In the Driveclub segment of their PlayStation 4 show, the gang talking about Deacon's unusual driving habits.
Fraser: My favorite part about being in the car with you is just, like, watching you change lanes and then watching you change back, even though there's nobody on the street, nobody around...
Becky: Gotta keep it interesting!
Ben: He's gonna fall asleep if he doesn't do something!
The same animation returns during the parachute trip, which Fraser is initially unsuccessful at. Ben says to "go where the trees aren't," takes up the controller himself...and gets Lara skewered on the first branch he encounters.
The bottle incident. Just as Frasher cuts to a commercial, he notices that a bottle is inexplicably moving. The gang quickly grows attached to it, hoping that it can make it past a bridge. When it can't, they immediately Mercy Kill it, because it's "what he would have wanted."
Ben: I'm just gonna be disappointed with every bottle I see now.
Fraser attributing the bloody handprint on the wall to rampant masturbation on the part of the lighthouse keeper... and Becky's reaction.
The trio immediately noticing the cuffs hidden under the armrests of the "fancy chair," and then getting sidetracked about how you logically wouldn't put your hands on the armrests of a chair as soon as you sat down in it. Then, when Booker finally sits down...
Booker: (suddenly trapped) What the hell?
Fraser: WHADDAYA MEAN "WHAT THE HELL?!"
The old-timey narration voice Fraser uses for the Kinetoscope films.
Fraser getting fascinated by the airship-based barbershop quartet singing "God Only Knows," and trying to get a closer look by jumping onto the railing, only to miss it completely miss it and fall to his death... three times.
Oh you guys are my favourite - AAAAAARGH! More effective than bouncers, I guess.
The speculation on the porn that will be made about the Lutece twins, complete with the standard porn lines being delivered in the Luteces' signature monotone and Spock Speak: "You've entered me." "Yes I have. This is how we copulate."
Fraser's reaction to Elizabeth being Booker's daughter is to scream at his crotch and wish he could go back in time to erase his erections caused by her away.
Fraser's attitude towards the ending in general is pretty funny. When the characters end up in Rapture, he feebly protests that he's in the wrong game. When confronted with the multiverse, he demands to be taken to a Bioshock game that has dinosaurs and ninjas.
Whenever the gang unintentionally foreshadows the ending. Special mention goes to having Booker impersonate Comstock over the PA system.
The way Fraser keeps getting distracted during fight sequences. During one match, the others finally have to point out that he's losing.
Fraser gets so fed up with the Wii U controls during the minigames that he decides to ignore them, leading to the amusing sight of him taking his hands off the controller and laughing maniacally while watching Bane pump lead into Wonder Woman.
The crown jewel of the evening, however, has to be the guys' constant, merciless riffing of Green Lantern and Aquaman.
Xbox, GO HOME!
Fraser applying Godwin's Law to Tom Nook, and Ben's declaration that he'll do the same with his future children.
Later on, the father carries his daughter, who has a broken leg, through the chaos and gives their gun to his brother to cover them. Fraser jokes, saying that if he gives their gun to Ben and asks him to keep them safe, he'd better fucking keep them safe while Becky carries him.
When Fraser comes across a dead body in the game, he engages in a discussion with Ben about the difference in performing necrophilia between men and women, causing Becky to become heavily squicked out and she tries to shut them both up.
The clusterfuck that is Wendy's Castle in New Super Luigi U, which combined probably takes them more tries than any other level in the game and leads to the only game over in the entire episode.
For their playthrough of DuckTales Remastered, the group once again wears well-designed, reasonably accurate outfits designed by Becky. In this case, it means they aren't wearing pants.
The main theme, Ouch Remix. And it just gets sillier once they get back to the vault.
During the Googly Eyes portion of Kinect Fun Labs, Fraser scanned his own face. The chat was very disturbed at first, but Becky (and half the chat) were literally falling over laughing when she got the eyes to spawn almost perfectly over his and then didn't even bother trying to imitate his voice to record the skit.
The crew is not charmed by the antics of the younger brother in Brothers A Tale Of Two Sons and predict that he'll kick an old gardener into his own rose bushes. Their reactions when he actually does this are priceless.
Towards the end of the San Andreas portion of the Grand Theft AWESOME! Retrospective, the group discovers that the Flying Cars cheat works better in that game than it did in III and Vice City. Ben, Deacon, and Kyle then proceed to burst into an impromptu rendition of "A Whole New World", in the middle of which Fraser decides to go off on his own musical tangent while Becky gives the camera this "What's happening?" look. And then Deacon deactivates the cheat, causing the car to crash land square in the middle of a pool. It has to be seen to be believed.
Upon spotting Franklin's car, Frash makes a reasonable argument that the car demonstrates Franklin being the intelligent, smart-with-his-money, ambitious part of the crew. That's when the chat points out that Fraser was looking at the wrong car, Franklin owning the flashy one next to it.
Their Grand Theft Auto Online episode starts out as a bunch of bored waiting...until they meet Kyle (no relation), an 11 year-old boy who starts talking with them via a Xbox Live. After several episodes of Fraser complaining about kids playing GTA, he winds up chatting with one, and his reaction is priceless.
Throughout Pokémon X is AWESOME!, the gang had been doing parodies of the Who's That Pokémon? segments after coming back from commercial break by bringing them back into frame blacked out before Fraser reveals who it is. After the show ends, Ben is heard snickering off camera for a few minutes before they are brought back in black out again. Who's the Pokémon this time? None other than Farshasaur, which is nothing more than Fraser stripped down to his underwear and saying his name over and over. Cue the chat freaking out as the gang exits laughing.
In an episode of You Don't Know Jack, Deacon ends up playing a Dis or Dat? with the two choices being "a book by Benjamin Franklin" or "an album by Bill Cosby". The last statement is "Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow Right!"... and Deacon picks Ben Franklin. The rest of the gang's reactions are priceless.
In Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations, Episode 5: Fraser and Becky's reactions upon confirming that Oldbag is in the game. While Becky just looks sad/scared, Fraser... well, if there's a way to mix dread, Angrish, and frustration, Fraser just found it.
In Episode 6, a Funny Background Event occurs in the Chat: As Becky and Fraser play the game, this suddenly floats into the Chat:"The room is now free to all chatters." Que all of the Turbo's freaking out and ducking for cover as the Shadow Chat floods in. One of the Shadows even says hi before the chat gets locked down again. Kassi119 said it best.
Kassi119: Number one way to scare Turbo chat apparently lol
During the Wind Waker playthrough, Fraser and Becky encounter a group of burr-like enemies that stick to Link. Fraser names one "Daryl Burrnard" (with the chat's help) and decides to keep him around for the rest of the dungeon, even naming the next YouTube part "Daryl's Tale". Not even two minutes into that part, Fraser tries to do a spin attack and accidentally murders him.
Fraser taking selfies with the Helmaroc King in Episode 5.
Early in the Theif episode, Fraser suddenly has Garret walk right over to a group of people on the street, causing them to see him and thus the mission to fail. Becky scolds him and his response is that he thought they might have been friendly.
Fraser throwing around the unconscious guard's body and disappointment in the lack of air his throws are getting. The guard is then dropped over a stair rail, seemingly by accident.