Related to the Fusebox Count, there was the Ass Count that ran through his Final Fantasy X review. The counter broke during one particularly gratuitous ass-shot in DOA: Dead or Alive review.
The counter gag was resurrected in the Ultima 9 review. This one was for "Betrayals" but he retired it after episode one because he thought it might kill him.
"I heard that, Curtis." To the extent that the quote appears on a t-shirt that Spoony will occasionally wear on-camera.
Yelling PHANTASMAGORIA! and PHANTASMAGORIA 2:A PUZZLE OF THE FLESH! every time that game dwells on mundane stuff and fails to live up to its horror premise. And later doing the same thing with TEKKEN:BLOOD VENGEANCE!
Fitting in references to and clips of the David Lynch version of Dune every time he reviews something that involves a desert. Though admittedly in the case of Final Fantasy X the game was blatantly referencing Dune itself.
Spoony: I think I stopped playing that series after I got Beyond Thunderdome. OH! OH, I DID IT AGAIN! I CANNOT. BE. STOPPED!
"The Whatever-est Thing Ever Filmed", a faux warning card that shows up in his reviews of Reb Brown films preceding scenes. These include "The Most Awesome Thing" (Yor: The Hunter from the Future using a rigor mortis-stiffened pterodactyl thing to hang glide into a cave and kick a purple caveman in the head); "The Funniest Thing" (Reb's character from Strike Commando in a Narm-tastic scene where he's tearfully talking about Disneyland to a dying child); and "The Manliest Thing" (Reb in Mercenary Fighters taking over a machine gun and using it to single-handedly kill a dozen enemies).
"Ooooooo, NASTY." Whenever someone gets killed of gorily, Spoony cuts to a clip from Knightmare.
Being attacked by a Final Fantasy character at the end of his multi-part reviews of each game.
Any time Deron McBee shows up in something he reviews (surprisingly many!), Spoony will be sure to include a video of a nasty bump he suffered as Malibu on American Gladiators.