Brick Joke: The end of the first game has Johnny unable to find the daughter of the woman who hired him, instead finding a horrifyingly ugly... Thing that's about her size and settling with that. The end of the second game has the woman sicking her massive boyfriend on Johnny as revenge.
Combat Pragmatist: Johnny is not afraid to use whatever is around to fight (namely planks, tubes, and even cigarette ashes).
Crapsack World: The city Johnny lives in is not pretty, nor is it clean for that matter.
Cutscene Power to the Max: Johnny is hindered by all sorts of puzzles during the actual game, but as soon as a cutscene starts up he begins kicking ass, taking names, and dispatching guys twice his size with ease.
Gross-Up Close-Up: The above mentioned "child". And a key you find in the second game turns out to be a weirdly-shaped fly.
Hidden Depths: Johnny may just seem like a run-of-the-mill asshole at first, but he drops some interesting tidbits when you do certain things.
Johnny: Looking through the lock. Like when I used to spy my sist... err, I mean, girlfriend in the shower.
Gag Boobs: The woman who asks you for help is basically a stick figure with hair, a face, and large breasts.
Grievous Bottley Harm: If the player makes the wrong choice at the start of the game Johnny will smack the woman who asked for his help with a beer bottle. This results in both their deaths and a game over.
Videogame Cruelty Potential: At the beginning of the game, you have two options after the woman begs for your help: going for the girl right away or (if you are feeling... jerkass-y) get a little fun from her before.
Even if you try to play as a saint and agree to help right away, Johnny still insults her and treats her like crap.
Videogame Cruelty Punishment: If you select a certain option at the start of the game Johnny will club the woman with a beer bottle, accidentally killing her. He then takes all of her money, runs outside, and gets shot by an army of cops that just showed up out of nowhere.