Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Near the end of the scenes where Boyd the obviously evil fieldhand talks his friend into stealing from the chest, peeps on the female guests, and steals from his boss' bedsidenote In a shot framed to look like he was killing her...
Servo: Well, I only peeped for six hours, but I'm going to put eight on my timecard.
Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: The guys cheer at scenes making it look like Jessica and Linda are more than friends. When they get into bed together, albeit in a non-sexual way, the guys start dancing in the theater.
Paul!Observer: I shall now observe the ungainly peach-colored creature. His humid, fleshy extentions struggle as he attempts to dominate some simple, seemingly purposeless toy. Already a sense of pity overcomes me, and yet I am repelled by my own compassion! Although his biological makeup implies a living thing, I'm certain we will discover him to be but an animated piece of refuse or feces. But I must remain impartial and continue to study even as he mocks everything I hold dear. I hate him, and can take comfort only in my own cool detachment. He looks at me now, and no flicker of comprehension do I discern in his flat and lifeless eyes. I can only pray his tiny spinal column conveys no spot of truth, no splinter of the horrible reality that is his own soul. My god, I pray for his death! As do all things that love rightness and decency!
To Star Trek: The Original Series. The Observers tell Mike that they can materialize people from his memories; for some reason, the first person to appear is Finnegan, Captain Kirk's annoying old nemesis from the episode "Shore Leave". The 'Bots beg Mike to imagine Adrienne Barbeau; she appears after Mike first summons Roman emperor Hadrian. Both immediately begin fighting Mike like Finnegan as soon as they appear.