- After his Muslim family decides to seek refuge in Israel, Saladin Kader tells his father that he's going to join a youth-based terrorist group in the name of his faith. The father - normally quiet and docile - suddenly erupts with anger, beating Saladin viciously for even considering such a thought.
Some martyr I turned out to be. I cried all the way to Cairo.
- After one of Raj-Sing's monkey subordinates witnesses his Heroic Sacrifice and celebrates that the Himalayan safe zone was genuinely safe: "But instead his little penis popped out and he peed in my face." Indian monkeys know when to ruin a moment.
- The story of ridiculously cheery T. Sean Collins, recounting his time as a mercenary guarding a bunch of celebrities making a reality show in a fortified mansion. There's not much to dislike with this one:
- The descriptions of the celebrities in question (most notably "that little rich, spoiled, tired-looking whore who was just famous for being a rich, spoiled, tired-looking whore").
- Then there's the show itself, consisting of the celebs reacting to footage being aired by the news. One guy on the TV straps a meat cleaver to a hockey stick and roller-blades down the street looking for zombies to kill, only for one to come out of a sewer drain and drag him in by his ponytail.
- Finally, the climax where, instead of zombies, the place is overrun by normal humans looking for refuge.
I met the whore's rat dog as we were both heading for the back door. He looked at me, I looked at him. If it'd been a conversation, it probably woulda gone like, "What about your master?" "What about yours?" "Fuck 'em."
- After being stuck in space, alone, for 5 years without resupply, a rocket (specifically, Virgin Galactic, the private rocket group) finally is launched to the ISS. The first thing the rocket's cheerful, cowboy hat-wearing Texan captain says is "Did anyone order takeout?"
- A former White House chief of staff who ignored the various warnings that the zombie apocalypse was impending has a new job after the war is over... shoveling manure.
- The Zombie's tendency to click their teeth repeatably.
- This is apparently a widespread reaction. There are quite a few reports of audiences bursting into laughter when the zombies do that repeated chompy-chompy bitey-bitey at nothing motion.
- Not to mention the hospital zombies' tendency to hunch over and make strange noises that make them look for all the world like chickens.
- Chickens are scary.
- And that is why we have a trope called Narm
- "Looks like we just woke the dead. Out of respect to others, please turn off all pagers and cell phones."
- A Black Comedy one, when Gerry asked where the documents are, the soldiers replied "you're free to look". (They were burned along with the zombies.)
- Definitely Black Comedy, but Dr. Fassbach slipping on the airplane's slick ramp and shooting himself in the head.
- The Captain coming into combat with Zeke driving the fuel tank and flattening everything that stands in his way with a delighted "Woohoo!"
''I'm gonna clear a path through Zeke! You paddle like hell!"
- Well Gerry, you just became invisible to zombies. Whatcha gonna do? Drink a Pepsi!
- Although completely understandable considering he's been without food for awhile, been under extreme duress and endless escapes, and just infected himself with a disease. Given that he finally has a chance to catch his breath, and is near a distraction he'll need anyway, it's funny in its humanness that he opts to drink one before carrying on.
- Hey, it's probably going to be a while before anyone gets back to making soft drinks, so why not?
- The zombies running past him, even pushing him aside to get at the noise. It even comes off as a perverse Pepsi commercial: "Zombies can't resist the great taste of Pepsi!"
- The moment when The Littlest AIDS Patient is dodged by zombies has a dark kind of humour, as he watches the zombies swarm for him, then break aside. It's like the movie's saying, "What's more evil than zombies? AIDS!"
- Mexican audiences loved the "Mexico City has been declared a total loss" bit near the end of the film. It's like a "P.S., Just in case you were wondering."