Trivia: Incognito Cinema Warriors XP
- Big Name Fan: The show has gotten praise from Michael J. Nelson, head writer of MST3K from season two on and the host of the show after Joel left. The back of each DVD features this quote from him:
"These guys are good. Fast paced, funny riffing throughout. Now fellahs, would you please stop making my job look easy!"
- The Danza: Rikk Wolf as Rick Wolf.
- Development Hell: Again, let us remind you: there were four episodes between 2008 and 2011. Episode four suffered especially badly, to the point where the tagline called it "The About Friggin' Time Edition." The show has improved its turnaround time in Season 2, now getting an episode out every few months.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes/Lost Episode: Episode One is now and forever out of print due to too much Early Installment Weirdness and too little interest in a proper redo.
- Non-Singing Voice: Zed's black-metal screaming is always provided by Rikk Wolf, regardless of who's actually playing the character.
- One of Us: The show's wiki frequently potholes the Rule of Funny page.
- One-Scene Wonder: Yes, Kincaid is an impressive new villain. Does he reappear after the episode he's introduced? Nope.
- The Other Darrin: Up to Eleven with Nick Evans for Gregory Wyatt Tinnen...for Rob Atwell as Topsy, and Nick Evans for Rob Atwell as Zed.
- Talking to Himself: Formerly Blackwood and Topsy, but now that Blackwood's been replaced with Kincaid...wait, Tinnen took over Topsy duties, never mind.
- Nick Evans will be playing a new character, Flux Namtari, alongside Zed as of episode six.
- The Wiki Rule: Achem.
- You Look Familiar: Nick Evans is Darrell in episode two and the Crimson Executioner in episode three.