Nayland Smith: Thank you, Kurt, it was very kind of you to come.
Joel: Well, I didn't mean to, but, uh, the new seats covers-"
Servo: Joel, NO!
Heroic BSOD/Not So Stoic: Joel and the Bots rarely ever lose it over movies, and this one has them losing it by the first break from the movie.
Not only that- every host segment falls apart due to the horribleness of this movie. Compare Manos, where they got through two host segments without breaking up.
Surprisingly, the first one to break is the usually snarky and easy-going Crow, who was delivering great joke after great joke throughout the first 20 minutes of the movie; and furthermore, seems to be the least likely of the bots to lose it over anything. And yet, despite his valiant efforts, he collapses into hysterical tears while reading aloud his editiorial on the Miss Saigon Syndrome.
Joel has a brief BSOD moment when he realizes he's forgotten the Invention Exchange for the week, and all he can come up with is the Big Head, which he did already. Fortunately, Tom and Crow had their own invention handy.
This leads the Mads to try and watch the film. They don't do so well.
Running Gag: Due to one of the characters looking like an Asian Marlo Thomas, Joel and the bots repeatedly say, "That Girl!"
Saying certain backdrops are Midwestern towns.
Saying the sick character looks like Burt Young.
Take That: Joel and the bots challenge Forrester and Frank try to riff the film. They fail miserably. This was in response to critics who claimed that anyone could riff the movies like Best Brains did.
With Lyrics: Tom Servo does this with the opening credits theme of the movie.
Servo: I'm bored, I'm bored with these credits already...
The Woobieinvoked: Both of the bots in the host segments.