Fast-Forward Gag: Done twice for Star Voyager, with music accommodating both. Once for searching different planets for a power-up. Another for getting the game genie set up. both ended in dying in the space battles.
Done twice again for Star Trek V, also with music. Once for stage 2 where Scotty is collecting bombs to rescue the crew of the enterprise. Again for stage 3 where the space battle occurs.
Gosh Dang It to Heck!: In a couple of instances, he's attempted to avoid going out on cursing a lot. Especially in his review of Metal Gear. To be fair, that example was due to that being hosted on a Metal Gear Solid fan site.
Let's Play: Although not intended as one, he has played Resident Evil Outbreak on the day before the servers would go offline. When he reuploaded the video, he used annotations to comment over the game (though you do have the option to turn them off if you prefer).
Lost Forever / Keep Circulating the Tapes: Some of PiB's videos, or what remained of them, would wound up on other youtube channels following his channel closure and lack of any response from him over youtube. PiB eventually came back to youtube to reupload his reedited videos among others.
Unfortunately, the original edits of said videos (containing the well-made intro and ending sequences) seem to be no where to be found.
Screwed By Youtube: A couple of Grand Theft Auto IV parody videos were what did in his old Play It Bogart account, and effectively nailed in his long hiatus from the website. He had since reedited some of his reviews to fit a 15-minute time limit for being released on Revver, which died in 2011. PiB did come back to reupload those reedited videos on youtube.
The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: For Star Voyager on the NES. Despite having a power up, he didn't stand a chance against the enemies. He then utilizes the game genie which hasn't made things any better.
The Problem with Licensed Games: Tries not to invoke this trope during his review of the unreleased Star Trek V for the NES. He makes it clear that the game probably sucks only because the movie sucked too. invoked
Defied in his Top Gun: The Second Mission review, to the point of doing a whole walkthrough of the game.
A weird case with Rambo to him, considering that Acclaim had the whole FOUR YEARS since Rambo: First Blood Part II's release to make this game and make it right.
*Upon seeing the line "What will you do now, John?", "Day by day"* "[...]...HOW DO YOU FUCK THAT UP?!"
This Is Gonna Suck: If the introduction to his Rollergames review isn't enough of an indication, this line will do you in: "I like to call [Roller Games] the bullshit game. You'll see why in a moment."
Before beginning his review, he talks about how Kojima considered Metal Gear for the NES "utter garbage", while he regarded Snake's Revenge as a "faithful sequel". After PiB mentions that Snake's Revenge is a terrible game (subtitle: "Rather Kill Myself")... "Oh god..."
Violation of Common Sense: Stage 4 of Star Trek V is based on a scene from the movie where Captain Kirk has to escape back to the Enterprise. Whenever he loses in this stage, he'll be beamed back to the Enterprise, then back down to the planet he was trying to escape from.