Spoony: It's a trap, you know. Going in the hole won't solve anything.
Also from Part 8 (although it's actually Wham Text):
Critic: (picks up a laptop) Well, I might as well check my email. (the look on his face turns to shock)
(on the computer is this:)
"TO BOLDLY FLEE"
By Doug and Rob Walker
Along with this bit afterwards, which makes it a Wham Moment.
(Critic gets up when he suddenly hears footsteps coming his way and looks in shock as he sees a person he never expected looking right at him.)
Doug Walker: (Toothbrush in mouth, equally surprised) Oh my god...
The Review Must Go On:
A conflicted Doug Walker comes face-to-face with the Nostalgia Critic, who tries to convince him to bring his show back.
Doug Walker: Iíve got other ideas I want to try! New ideas! Stuff Iíve always wanted to do!
Nostalgia Critic: Whoís to say you canít do your other ideas? (Doug starts to walk away) The only one youíd have to give up is Demo Reel! (Doug freezes) And we already know what THAT was this whole time... what Donnie was this whole time. You were even starting to write it. Once again, a character you love is hard to get away from.
And then later, in the same monologue:
Nostalgia Critic: Iíll tell you what. If you answer this honestly, Iíll go away forever. Tell me, right now, without any hint of distrust: Do you want to do this again? Do you have that same passion you had before? That passion for comedy, film and reviewing? Do you honestly want me to come back?
The Most Disturbing Aristocrats Joke Ever has one. The man invites a talent agent over to his house to tell him about this big act of his. But not before cooking him a meal and giving him a cup of tea. Even when he gets to the act it starts out innocent with the man and his family at the table, where he asks his youngest daughter about what happen to the car and her offering to pay for the damages with the money in her piggy bank.
Frank: And then, being the humble father that I am, I take out my knife and slit her throat.