The Load: Lafarge is called this verbatim by the crew.
The Long List: Servo rattles off a list of various confections at high speed in the first host segment.
"No. Just... No" Reaction: Mike tries to do a sketch where he dresses as a character from the film (the "gesture professor") and acts silly like the Bots always do, but they shut it down.
What the Hell, Hero?: Mike snaps at them for shutting his lame gag down when he always went along with their lame gags.
Missing Time: This is revealed to have happened to Crow, explaining (and ending) his amnesia about Mike and the others in Season 8. During one host segment, Mike points out that Crow had made all of the "ancient" artifacts he was digging up.
Crow: But that would mean that I lived here by myself for 500 years...? Mike, it's you! And Servo! How are you guys? What was I doing here with myself?
At some point, Crow made a fertility doll of himself as a female because, apparently, he couldn't conceive.
Mythology Gag: Subverted. The crew had checked out The Mole People years before, but never used it for an experiment. However, they did exclaim, "It's The Mole People! These two movies have crashed!" when outtakes from the film appeared in The Wild World of Batwoman as stock footage. The previous mads had also employed a few as their rarely-seen camera crew.
Overly Long Gag: Crow climbing up to the top of his literally mile-high lemon meringue pie... and then falling.
Right Behind Me: Bobo grabs Professor Peanut and yells about how much he hates Lawgiver Daze just as Pearl comes up in a palanquin. "You haven't been enjoying my Daze at all!"
Running Gag: Referring to Lafarge exclusively as "the load."
Mike's "Going down, down, down" and the Bots telling him to stop.
How Bentley (John Agar) supposedly never stops talking.
Adad appears to be playing a banjo. Servo substitutes hillbilly music accordingly.
The albino guys being compared to elves, or Smurfs or other small races.
Shown Their Work: People have done the research and claim that the length of time it took Crow to fall one mile was accurate.