"It made sense to surrender. The Germans were very, very mean."
Ending Fatigue: invoked The crew, late in the film, screams at the movie to finally end.
Extra! Extra! Read All About It!: Servo goes newsboy for one host segment, selling incredibly up-to-date papers with headlines like "Mike Buys Another Paper From Servo," and "Mike Getting Fed Up With Newspaper Gag."
Flashback Cut: Brain Guy has one queued up to explain why they're in Rome. Turns out the flashback was to a few seconds ago, and Flavia's still wondering why the guards haven't seized them yet.
The Immodest Orgasm: The crew doesn't fail to notice that Elaine's grunting sounds... like something else. Servo starts grunting himself, to the dismay of Mike.
Crow:(as Eulabelle) Just smile at the stupid white people.
Look Behind You: "Look, a huge distracting thing!" Partly subverted since Mike doesn't fall for it, but Servo runs away anyway.
Servo tries again later ("Mike, look behind you! It's a giraffe with the head of Larry Hagman!") and succeeds this time. Hilariously, he even ANNOUNCES that he's going to distract Mike and get away as part of his rapid-fire newspaper headline gag.
Mighty Whitey: Hank adopts a rather pronounced Southern voice whenever he talks to Eulabelle. Mike and the Bots naturally take it farther.
Crow: We offer this shot of a guy leaving a building as proof of how hard they're working.
The Roman Empire: Pearl and her cronies are stuck in Italy during the Classical Era as a result of the trip through a wormhole in the Prince of Space episode.
Sufficiently Advanced Alien: Brain Guy's nigh-omnipotence allows him to try to pass himself and Pearl off as gods. "Behold! From nothing, I produce this... spoon." And then "this... bigger spoon." The locals are only sold when they spot "Apearllo" talking to the "Average-Looking Man God, Golden Spider-Duck, and Squat Crimson Pig."
Servo:(to Mike, chuckling) She called you a crimson pig!... (beat) ...HEY!
Mike's more than pleased to be called average-looking, grinning and generally acting like it means he's a Chick Magnet ("She thinks I'm average looking!") Hilariously enough, Flavia was played by Mike's real-life wife Bridget Jones.
Crow, on the other hand, is enraged at being called a "Golden Spider-Duck", even assaulting Cambot and screaming alternative names at Flavia.
Viewer Gender Confusion: invokedDuring the beach dance. "Hey, why is that girl tople... oh no, that's a... well, is it?"
Volleying Insults: Pearl and Flavia get into a nasty match during the final host segment.