- The "California Gurls" video has some, believe it or not. A woman entrapped in Jell-O, and one wrapped up like candy, looking totally lifeless. Okay, Katy lets them out, but it's a song about how girls from California are the best, not "Papa-fucking-razzi"!
- Also she and her friends eat a living gingerbread man. He responds only by smiling. Also that last one may have been inspired by (or copied from, if you prefer) a scene in Tom Petty's Nightmare Fuel-filled video for "Don't Come Around Here No More". Considering that in Petty's video it's a woman dressed as the main character of Alice in Wonderland being eaten after becoming a cake from the neck down, and she looks pretty horrified about it, what happens to the gingerbread man is not so bad by comparison.
- The music video for "E.T.", apart from the whole Rape Is Love possible interpretation, has a tendency to flicker weird images; among them, a nuclear bomb going off, WWII soldiers being killed by a landmine, writhing millipedes, F-14s dropping bombs, and cheetahs killing various kinds of prey. And then there's the video itself, which includes Perry's creepily long fingernails, Perry turning into a female satyr, a naked astronaut revived from stasis, and a shot of what's implied to be a destroyed Earth.
- Dark Horse, suitors come to her in the hopes of wooing her with fabulous gifts. She responds by turning them into objects. I.E: A grill for her teeth, a cup full of wine to soothe her tongue after eating spicy Cheetos, an alligator purse, dice for a pimped out chariot. Only the last dude gets off luck since he gets partially turned into dog. Also that statue during "There's no going back" parts (shudders).
The "There's no going back" voice on its own. To quote A Dose Of Buckley:
Buckley: Also, how unsexy is that "There's no going back thing"? If a girl was talking to me and all of a sudden, her voice changed into that, I'll be calling an exorcist to get it the fuck out of there.