Bob then turns to camera and says “He was talking to me, OK? Jeez.”.
Jim says "Not you, Bob! Them!", referring to the audience.
As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around looking inpatient.
One of the characters is the camera(wo)man.
The characters break the fourth wall in a way that makes no sense for the medium they are being portrayed in, e.g. cartoon characters referring to the audience as "the reader".
A character breaks through the fourth wall (a literal wall), leaving a pile of debris when they enter the real world.
Zig Zagged: A Bob is always talking to camera, both to the writers and the audience. It gets diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenia, and he is committed to mental hospital. We get scenes from “the ward for people who talk to invisible cameras” which are very odd. People in this ward are not always in agreement about where the camera is. Meanwhile, the writers miss having someone to talk to, and are punishing the other characters. Alice realizes this, and proclames it in a long Shakespearian soliloquy. The writers are moved and flattered by this. Bob is later released, but he is cured of his fourth-wall breaking.
Averted: Despite the wacky, whimsical, and down-right illogical setting, despite the whole thing being a spoof, no-one ever so much as turns to look at the camera.
Enforced: This is exactly the kind of show where people talk directly to the audience and the authors. And they do.
Lampshaded: “Yes YOU, audience! I can see you! Hello!”
Invoked: When something unfair happens, Bob complains to the writers.