In the last episode of OoT, Ganondorf recognises the room he's been banished to as the room seen in episode five.
Single-episode variant in episode 2 of Majora's Mask. Link spends a few minutes near the beginning obsessing over the dead tree in the tunnel (you know the one), and how it "looks so sad". Tatl finally snaps him out of it, and they proceed through the first three-day cycle. They eventually get to the clock tower, where Skull Kid prompts them to look up, and the episode ends with:
Link: Holy sweet zombie Jesus, look at the moon! It's got a face! And it looks so sad...
Man on Flying Carpet: I am not this greatBin Laden that you speak of. I am... American businessman. Osama... Erm... Smith. See! I drive American Mustang. (holds up scroll with strange symbols) And look: English.
Every single action in the Ganondorf vs. Link fight.
Catch Phrase: As with many abridged series, there are a number of these.
Ouch, my groin!
It looks so sad...
Navi, You So Crazy!
Character Filibuster / Author Filibuster: The line between the abridger and Link in regards to a cancelled show about a floating head detective (he defended it on the grounds of of awesomeness) is blurred.
Dangerously Genre Savvy: The Deku Princess knows that the palace guards won't be enough to stop the Hero of Time, so she calls in a number of other (increasingly large) forces to help, concluding with the Galactic Empire. Link still wins.
Deadpan Snarker: Navi, and especially Tatl. Link's idiocy is just snark fodder.
Hammerspace: Lampshaded when Link asks where he's been keeping all his coins.
Idiot Hero: For starters, Link thought the Deku Tree just had a funny last name instead of an actual tree. The biggest example of Link being an idiot is in the second to last episode where Sheik has something very important to tell Link and Zelda appears in his place... and Link tells her to wait because Sheik will be back any moment to tell him the important thing. Then after Ganondorf kidnaps Zelda his brain starts working and he decides that after Sheik vanished, Zelda appeared who was then kidnapped by Ganon... which means Sheik was Ganon all along!Which does make some sense.
Link with setting the Deku Tree on fire and the entire forest, accidentally kills the pet Dodongo, killing Lord Jabu Jabu, accidentally steals Epona because he can't get off and causes the ranch to go bankrupt, leaves the Gorons to die in the Fire Temple, and leaves some bombs in the volcano which causes it to erupt and sets fire to the entire town of Kakariko Village.
In Majora's Mask, Link attacks Majora with a snot bubble — right before he was going to make a Face-Heel Turn — causing him to continue with destroying the world, goes on a Goron race to get a bottle and causes a rock-slide crushing a scientist who had cured all diseases but he went out to play with his daughter before he wrote it down. He also managed to "rescue" a fish from drowning at the Great Bay. He also killed the Skeleton King who makes it quite clear that sunlight is his one weakness after he said he and his unbeatable army would help kill Skullkid.
Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Invoked in the first minutes of episode six of Majora's Mask with a big battle being announced but not shown since "obviously though, a fight scene as spectacular like this could never appear in such a low-budged internet video such as this.". We only get to see a shot of a monkey riding a bicycle.
Only Sane Man: Navi plays this role, with Tatl taking over for Majora's Mask.
Link gets faster to Ganondorf by running backwards. This is lampshaded by Navi. Truth in Abridged Series: Ocarina's backwards running animation indeed makes him go faster (though not as fast as Epona).
There's a mailbox inside Lord Jabu Jabu. It's lampshaded by Link.
Who's Laughing Now?: People called Dande mad for digging up graves for an underground race course, but then Link visits him. Subverted since Navi immediately points out that it's still completely insane.
Yank the Dog's Chain: Majora's Mask, episode 12. Link guesses that the next temple is through the zombie fort and learns they're in opposite directions... and then that the key to the temple is in the boss chamber in the fort.
You Have to Burn the Web: Unfortunately, the Deku Tree (and the rest of the Kokiri Forest) also happened to be flammable.
Do NOT correct Midna when she confuses Fused Shadows with Mirror Shards. You WILL regret it.
Also, if Ilia sees something bad has happened to Epona, even if it's just a tiny scratch, you won't hear the end of it.
Ilia: I AM NOT FRICKIN' OVERREACTING, YOU FAT SACK OF LARD!
And do NOT say anything bad about muffins in front of Navi. Seriously! Don't. Diss. Muffins. In front of. Navi. Dark Link realised that the hard way, and Ganondorf discovered that destroying his tower with Navi's new friend, the muffin vendor, still inside was a really bad idea.
Happy Mask Salesman: And remember, if you fail me again I won't just kill you, I'll rape you. Link: WHAT! Happy Mask Salesman:Mentally. Link: Oh... Well I guess— Happy Mask Salesman: And physically. Link: WHY!? Happy Mask Salesman:At the same time. Link:NOOOOOOOO!!!
Midna: Let me go, Zant! Zant: Donít even bother struggling, Midna. Youíre outnumbered. Midna: What do you mean, outnumbered? Thereís two of us and only one of you. Zant: Ah, but thatís where youíre wrong. Thereís the two of you versus me and my twenty-seven multiple personalities! Voices in Zant's head: Thatís right, you tell her! Hey, shut up and get back in my head! Why donít you shut up and get back in MY head?! We have the same head, stupid! Youíre stupid! No, youíre stupid! No youíre stupid! Zant, dinnerís almost ready. Mom! Shut up, Iím in the middle of something right now! AND IF YOU INTERRUPT ME AGAIN IíM GOING TO SLICE YOU OPEN AND FEAST ON YOUR ENTRAILS, AND THEN IíLL SLIT YOUR THROAT AND DRINK THE BLOOD FROM YOUR VEINS! And sing a song about cultural equality! "Itís a small world after all, Itís a small world after all—" STOP SINGING! And donít tell me to shut up! You shut up! No YOU shut up! EVERYBODY, JUST SHUT UP! Midna: (beat) I canít tell whether that was incredibly funny or just plain terrifying.
For the Evulz: Why Majora likes hitting Tael even after he's told Link and Tatl about where to find the Four Giants.
Go for the Eye: "An eyeball boss. What a surprise." There are so many eyeball bosses in the Zelda series, that one episode includes a montage consisting of nothing but them.
Never Trust a Trailer: When encountering Fyrus, Link expects the epic showdown that he saw in a trailer for the actual game... and then the battle itself ends up being completely anticlimactic.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: When Zora's Domain is frozen over in Twilight Princess Abridged, Link thinks that using a giant flaming boulder from Death Mountain will melt the ice. It actually does that... and ends up wiping out the Zora race in the process. Rutela, obviously, is not pleased.
Paper-Thin Disguise: Link pretty much knows who Sheik is about ten seconds after her introduction.
Navi: Spoiler alert! Link: Navi, you were supposed to say it before I said her name.
Patchwork Map: Lampshaded in episode 11 of Twilight Princess Abridged.
Link: What the hell? The desert is located right next to Lake Hylia? Auru: Hell yeah! Link: Is it even geographically possible for those two completely different climates to be located right next to each other without any kind of natural transition at all? Auru: Well, in the land of Hyrule it is! In fact, if you walk through a door in Zora's Domain and keep walkin' for about two meters, you'll end up in a snowy mountain region! Link: What the hell is wrong with the geography of this game? Auru: Look, kid... there's a lot of things wrong with this game besides the geography.
To get from the Hyrule Castle dungeon to Princess Zelda's room, Midna suggests navigating through the sewers and traversing the rooftops, and Link actually does all this... only for Midna to remember at the last minute that she could have teleported him there and saved him all the trouble.
Link: I... hate you... so much...
There are also a few episodes of Ocarina of Time Abridged where Navi suddenly remembers that she could actually fly.
Sassy Black Woman: In a deleted Twilight Princess Abridged scene, Telma is depicted as this.
Seinfeldian Conversation: If Link starts talking, there's a good chance that the heroes will fall into one of these until somebody, usually the Only Sane Man, yells at them to shut up. It rarely works for long.
The guy sitting on the magic carpet in the middle of the Haunted Wasteland selling Bombchus is implied to be the ancestor of Coro, the guy with the afro in Faron Woods who sells Link a Lantern and Lantern Oil in Twilight Princess.
Tatl: Skull Kid, I donít think you should be recklessly cartwheeling like that. Skull Kid: You canít tell me what to do! Ha ha! (crash offscreen) Oh, shit. Cabbage Salesman: (offscreen) MY CABBAGES!!! Skull Kid: I am SO sorry. Cabbage Salesman: Nowhere I go is safe! NOWHERE!
Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Mayor Bo and/or Zant, in any episode they're in. They even make an appearance in Ocarina of Time Abridged too. Mayor Bo appears as either himself or Rauru, and Zant makes an appearance as the voice in Princess Zelda's head!
Fairies can't be killed by traditional means! Why? Magic!
Link would normally not be able to survive a fall down a giant hole at the beginning of Majora's Mask Abridged, but that flower broke his fall. What is that flower made of? Magic!
Skull Kid: I guess magic really is the answer to everything!
Yandere: Saria. She made an ocarina out of one of her ribs.
Saria:Its okay! Girls have an extra rib anyways!
Yank the Dog's Chain: When Link asks random game characters for the location of the Hidden Village, the Hero's Shade is excited, rejoicing that after thirteen episodes he'll finally have his time in the spotlight... but then Link decides to ask someone else instead.