Aerith and Bob: Episode 7 has Lloyd dissing three bullies named William, Tyrance, and Reshad. Lloyd naturally takes this opportunity to have some fun, saying that he just isn't intimidating with a name like that.
Also, throughout the series; comparing the names of the commentors and the names of the bullies usually results in this, due to usernames being used for the former. The only real exception is episode 6, with Simon.
Bald of Evil: Downplayed (at least on the "evil" part) with Reshad in episode 7, who is stated to be bald despite only being 19. Lloyd stops his rap partway through to speak normally to Reshad for a moment.
Lloyd: I mean, I'd feel really bad for you if you weren't such a prick. But since you are,...fuck you then! (resumes rap)
Boastful Rap: William in episode 7 apparently considers himself to be the greatest rapper of all time, yet he cries when he gets a paper cut.
Call Back: Of a sort. Some of Lloyd's lyrics are quoted straight from the commented story or put a spin on them, and said comment is always shown before the actual rap starts. Here's a good example from episode 5:
Piece from original comment: The list of vulgarities and threats is literally over a mile long. note This is supposed to refer to the multitude of insults and threats the bully has said to the victim, for those confused.
Continuity Nod: In the Cold Open of episode 5, Lloyd's comedy act includes a bit where he mentions how someone told him his name was weird for having two Ls in it. This is likely a reference to a previous rap of Lloyd's, "L Verse", where a friend of his told him the same thing.
Country Matters: So far, he has said the c-word on two different occasions, though the second time was a reference to the commentor's actual choice of words in their story.
Early-Installment Weirdness: The first dis rap was a lot slower than future ones and didn't have nearly as many instances of Fun with Subtitles. Somewhat more subtley, the camera also moves around a bit rather than being stationary like in other episodes, and the lyrics that show up on screen were sometimes wrong.
Lloyd: That's your brother man! Why do you have to be such a big jerk?
Onscreen lyrics: That's your brother man! Why did have to be such a big jerk?
Precision F-Strike: Unseen in the first two dis raps, but he's made use of this trope since then.
"What are you thinking? This story is crazy! I wanna stop rhyming and just be like 'What the fuck, lady?!'"
Product Displacement: Very, very difficult to spot; in the Cold Open of episode five, look at the heckler's drink. During the close-ups of him and his girlfriend, the drink's logo is blurred out. It's especially hard to spot thanks to the room's dim lightning and the audience likely being focused on watching him and the girl rather than his drink.
Though, if you look carefully enough, you can kind of see the logo when the table is shown from other angles.
Real Men Wear Pink: At the start of most episodes, he is shown doing something sweet, like reading to a little kid. Then, When he reads the story, he then throws the same kid to the ground.
Taken literally in the opening of Episode 4, where Lloyd is knitting a pink sweater.
Inverted in episode 10. In the opening, Lloyd beats up Santa Claus with a candy cane for no obvious reason, then instead of a dis rap, he does a complimenting "gift rap" as a Christmas special.
Red Eyes, Take Warning: In episode 5, his eyes glow red when he reads the story. His eyes also flash red for a split second about halfway through the actual rap.
Running Gag: Throughout episode 7, whenever Lloyd says Reshad's name (except the first time when naming all three bullies), it's spelled in the onscreen lyrics in a fancy girlish font.
Sequel Escalation: Lloyd's violent acts in the Cold Open. In the first episode, he just downs a cup of coffee and rips up some paper. By episode five, he has taken to shooting people with lasers. (Though the first one was an accident and the second was to a heckler.)
Episode 6 isn't much better. Some guy is bullying Lloyd for drinking a juice box (With the story written on the label) And he splits into 2 people, who hold him down and drink him with a giant straw.
Subverted with episode 7, where all he does is kick someone in the face. Though he does it with robot legs...and then subverted further in episode 8, where all he does is snap a pencil in half. After several failed attempts. And episode 9, where he just leaves the chess game.
Stealth Pun: Lloyd says "Where there's a will, there's a way" in episode 7 while dissing a guy named William.