The infamous photo of the narrator in the chicken mask while he chastises you. Might we add, a photo that is upside-down — as if the developers didn't think the chicken mask was already a random enough detail. The fact that the viewer was already exposed to random pictures of race cars and pandas at the beginning of the game and yet the picture still managed to be bizarre anyways is really saying something.
Bile Fascination/Snark Bait: A popular target, due to its zero-dollar production values, super-disorganized plot, and completely random elements (such as a karate girl beating up the narrator for no purpose other than being wacky).
Fridge Logic: It would have made more sense to edit out the offending scenes in question since turning the game into a slideshow only made it worse in the long run. The creators clearly didn't think twice about this and most likely wanted to gain a quick buck before the ESRB was put into affect.
Memetic Mutation: "TAKE YOUR DAMN CLOTHES OFF!" has been thrown around a bit here and there.
Money, Dear Boy: The game's lead actress, Jeanne Basone, admits she only took part in it as a favor for her friend so long as she was paid.
Narm Charm: John says "I don't want you for a night. I want you for a lifetime.", a clichéd but nevertheless somewhat heartwarming line. Subverted when he then says "I've been searching for me... for you...", and not only does the blatantly obvious flubbing of the line make it in, but so do the actors laughing about it.
Nightmare Fuel: The image of John's mother that appears at the end of his dream, and Amy's color-inverted picture.
Special Effect Failure: As a FMV game relegated to being merely a slideshow, it was bound to suffer horribly this. The mess of unnecessary filters and cheap photoshops serve to make it that much less watchable.
Squick: If you accept Thresher's "indecent proposal", you are greeted with the image of Jane riding him while in his boxers with a crop and whip.
Strangled by the Red String: Even if the primary focus is on the two people you are trying to hook up (or not), there's surprisingly little development in their relationship. They meet at a parking lot, John later tries to save her from Thresher for no apparent reason, then he goes into an emotional speech on how much he wants her for a lifetime (again for no stabile reason), and at the end, they are discussing marriage (yes, really). That's all. Perhaps it's building more on the fact that they're pressured by their parents to marry rather than truly loving each other?
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Downplayed, as of course the game would have still been far from perfect, but it would have been a bit more tolerable to sit through - heck, maybe even somewhat amusing at points - if it actually were full-motion video (and didn't throw in random content like the chicken mask and the outtake of the actors laughing over a flubbed line, for that matter). Even the AVGN ponders in his review during both the fight of the narrators and the chase scene what things would have looked like if the game were full-motion.