YMMV / Road Trip

  • Base-Breaking Character: Barry, who either is a wonderfully unusual side character whose bizarre comedy hijinks balance out the more straight, raunchy road-comedy plot at the film's center, or a nauseatingly unfunny weirdo who has little reason to exist in the movie beyond a Trapped by Mountain Lions subplot that brings nothing to the table. Given the fact that he's played by Tom Green, it's kind of expected he'd get this reaction.
  • Moral Event Horizon: Jacob was merely a creepy God-botherer until he pretended to be Josh's professor on the phone and tricked him into thinking he had an extension on the crucial midterm.
  • Retroactive Recognition: Danny Pudi a.k.a. Abed is Arash in the sequel.
  • Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: Whether justified or not and clearly Rule of Funny, this movie is still one of the most potent reminders of why you never send your diner food back to the kitchen.