Super Dragon: (Shows Ross, the drugstore bowling alley owner, part of his "special" gum stash) "Now, uh, what's this?"
Ross: "Nothing! It's just a... different brand, that's all!" (Super Dragon backhands him)
Servo: (as Super Dragon) You're working for the Wrigley company, aren't you!
(later, as Super Dragon tries to force-feed Ross a stick of the gum)
Joel: (as Ross) No! No! I've got dental work!
Leitmotif: Well, not really; but there's a little musical motif that is used prominently in one scene, not so prominently in another scene, and this is the basis of Servo's Super Dragon Theme (see below).
Servo (Sandy Windamhill): Um, Holly, thank you for being honest. Let me say that I think you're a really terrific, dynamite lady, but right now I'm in a committed relationship with (breaking character) someone who's very special to me?! I don't believe this...
Joel (Gary Diabolique): You don't get it, do you, you stupid moron idiot! I am going to control how people respond to me! I am going to rule the world!
Servo: Gary, that's really co-dependent — (breaks character) I can't believe I just said "co-dependent"!
Reality Ensues / Kick the Dog: After noticing that Frank's "Virtual Comedy" simulation is going a bit too well, Dr. Forrester decides to program in some drunken hecklers. Cue Frank's act crashing and burning.
Right-Hand Cat: According to Dr. Forrester's Supervillain Symposium, every supervillain must have a strange or exotic animal.
Robot Buddy: Crow and Servo build "Minsky", a little robot with an annoyingly repetitive Catch-Phrase and no off switch. Joel is not amused.
Years later, they'll get their comeuppance when Mike will build a blue robot which Servo and Crow think is cool, til... DESTRUCT! DESTRUCT! DESTRUCT! DESTRUCT! DESTRUCT!
Servo: For God's sake, man! I want to drink martinis in Istanbul, and utter glib bon mots in Moscow, and drive with my feet while escaping thugs in Monte Carlo, and meet girls in Ipanema — the kinds of things a super-secret super-spy is supposed to do!
Crow: I support you owning those feelings.
Servo: Yeah, support this.
Weird Trade Union: implied during Dr. Forrester's Supervillain Symposium, when he notes that a supervillain is, in essence, a small-business owner.
Foreshadowing: Six years later, Pearl Forrester finds out she has to belong to the Institute of Mad Scientists if she wants to rule the world, which is treated like a business alliance.