In Captain EO: "Remember, kids, everything ugly is bad!"
In Shrek: Accept everyone, regardless of appearance...unless they're short.
Foe Yay: "They always told me Satan would be attractive..."
Fridge Brilliance: In It's A Small World Holiday, Jerk promises that he won't subject us to the ride's title song "be it in part one, or the inevitable part two". He apologizes for "breaking his promise" when he plays his parody song...but that doesn't happen until part *three* so he technically kept his promise!
Fridge Logic: In-universe, a few from the Back To The Future ride review:
Back To The Future II begins on October 21st, ten days before Halloween...but there's no Halloween decorations up.
During the ride pre-show, Doc Brown debriefs the audience on Biff Tannen, saying he graduated the Hill Valley High School class of 1955. In the first film, which takes place in Fall of 1955, Biff is bullying George McFly to do his homework for him. If Biff had graduated that Spring, he wouldn't have any homework for George to do.
Doc Brown sends the audience back in time to prevent a paradox...directly contradicting his message at the end of Back To The Future III, where he realizes the future is still unwritten. He jokes that there's potentially two Doc Browns, if only to make a paradox/pair of Docs pun, but in the commentary for the episode, says that people messaged him later, saying that that was an actual popular fan theory.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: His character of "Kill Bozby", a Bill Cosby parody who's also a depraved psychopath, becomes a lot less funny after the multiple rape allegations against the real Bill Cosby. Lampshaded in his "Shrek 4D" review.
Growing the Beard: He finally manages to "keep his hilarious digressions to a minimum" in season two, vastly improving the show's comedic rhythm and keeping the critiques themselves on point.
His ABC Goes To Disney World video does the "show's theme song goes on way longer than it should" gag several months before Too Many Cooks.
Pretty much anytime in his earlier videos when he mentions that Lucasfilm properties had to be licensed from a separate studio.
In early May 2015, he released a review of The Simpsons Ride (which opened in 2008) at the Universal theme parks. Part of the review is devoted to mocking the fact that Harry Shearer was dropped from the project for demanding too much money despite not being an A-lister outside of the show. Only five days later, a similar contract dispute led to Shearer (temporarily) leaving the show entirely.
Harsher in Hindsight: His Small World review ended with Jerk going back in time and blowing up the original ride, only to realize his mother was inside and being erased from existence. By a cruel stroke of coincidence, Tony's mother actually did die between this episode and the following one on Star Tours, which actually features an In Memoriam for her.
Memetic Mutation: "GUMMI BEARS 4 THE WIN"Explanation On Jerk's commentary for "Thirty Years of EPCOT" he sarcastically claimed it was extremely motivating for him to put months of work into his enormous 3 part review only to get "Gummi Bears for the win!" as the only comment on it. This references a comment left on the upload of the 2nd part of the EPCOT video here, referring to a very brief mention of Adventures of the Gummi Bears in the episode. Cue a bunch of his fans posting that all over his other videos.
Schedule Slip: Jerk's videos are real productions, with scenes that are mind-meltingly tough to stage and edit (especially in an amusement park), and Tony is a huge perfectionist about them. As such, the "2 videos a month" rule he had to follow when picked up by Channel Awesome has been...loosely followed, to say the least.
SJWAC: (upon seeing Christopher Walken in Country Bears) Look, he still think he's in a movie.
What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Don't let the subject matter fool you — the Jerk is just as profane as any internet critic. Mention of him or his videos is actually a bannable offense on at least one Disney park fan forum, MiceChat, due to his decidedly family-unfriendly nature.