!![=YMMVs=] for ''That Mitchell and Webb Look'':
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The old ladies of the Little Old Lady Job Justification Hearings. Are they [[CoolOldLady Cool Old Ladies]] who force self-important people to take a look at their lives and start to do worthwile things, or are they passive-aggressive [[BitchInSHeepsClothing Bitches In Sheep's Clothing]] who bully people into giving up their passions and conform to their old-fashioned standards?
* CrossesTheLineTwice:
** The Numberwang Sudden Death round.
** The replacement for the doorbell sketch. Particularly the end.
* EarWorm: [[StandardSnippet "The Devil's Gallop"]], thanks to Sir Digby's rendition.
** The Green Clarinet forces you to reveal a shameful secret... to the tune of "I Saw Three Ships".
* GeniusBonus: One ''The Quiz Broadcast'' sketch has the Test Card Girl writing "Revelation 6 13 15" on the blackboard.
-->'''[[Literature/TheBible Revelation 6:13-15]] reads:''' "and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind. The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place.
--> Then the kings of the earth, the princes, the generals, the rich, the mighty, and every slave and every free man hid in caves and among the rocks of the mountains."
-->(remain indoors)
** Also, during the Cheesoid sketch, about an expert soup chef who loses his sense of smell. The chef has his copy of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Perfume?from=Main.Perfume Perfume]] stolen, a book about a character with an overwhelming obsession with the sense of smell.
** One of the Didldidi supermarket ads says that some of the bargains were due to stock having to be sold off before changes to the Trade Descriptions Act came into force. It sounds like they're making up an excuse for RuleOfFunny, but the Trade Descriptions Act really ''was'' completely overhauled around that time.
* HarsherInHindsight: ''Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'', about a duo of superheroes with vastly different power levels and the tension this creates, is a rather apt metaphor for Mitchell (Angel Summoner) and Webb's (BMX Bandit) later careers.
-->'''BMX Bandit''': Your ability summon a horde of celestial superbeings at will is making my BMX skills a bit...redundant.
** The OrphanedPunchline about Jimmy Savile receiving three life sentences. "You think you know a guy, and then..." Although, considering that it was allegedly an open secret at the BBC, it may simply have been a deliberate (if slightly sick) InJoke that "got out".
** The joke about finishing Series/TheYoungOnes before [[Creator/RikMayall one of the actors dies.]]
* HilariousInHindsight:
** One sketch had David [[RealDreamsAreWeirder dreaming about being married]] to actress Creator/KeeleyHawes - in 2013, he starred in the Creator/{{BBC}}2 series ''Ambassadors'', with Keeley playing his character's wife
** The Dead British Actors sketch (in which two feuding actors play Franchise/SherlockHolmes and Dr. Watson, by alternating roles each night) is hilarious now given Creator/DannyBoyle's stage production of ''Franchise/{{Frankenstein}}'' has the same setup between Victor and the Creature. Doubly hilarious considering that the actors involved (Creator/BenedictCumberbatch and Creator/JonnyLeeMiller) both went on to star in DuelingShows in which they [[Series/{{Sherlock}} played]] [[Series/{{Elementary}} Holmes]].
** "The Quiz Show"'s RunningGag of post-apocalyptic survivors trying at all costs to avoid remembering "the event" becomes downright hilarious in the wake of the failed American sci-fi drama ''Series/TheEvent'', which had a marketing campaign that revolved entirely around obfuscating what the titular event is, and was also a massive disaster.
* MemeticMutation:
** That's Numberwang!
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFuMpYTyRjw Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit]] has become short hand on sites for TabletopGames for the LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards problem.
* MisaimedFandom: The snobby vicar/tailor/waiter sketches seem to gather a lot of people who straight-up agree with Mitchell's character.
* {{Padding}}: One sketch featured a quiz show host who dragged everything out for as long as possible, interrupting or ignoring the contestant's attempts to give the right answer and repeating himself. [[spoiler: [[TomatoSurprise It turns out that it's not a quiz show at all, but they're on board a spaceship headed for the Sun, the host has six months to live and he wants to drag it out as long as possible.]]]]
* TheWoobie: A number of the characters, but possibly [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_m17HK97M8 Cheesoid]] is the biggest one. Created to identify smells, it ends up just barely being able to identify cheese and petrol, frequently getting them mixed up and even mispronouncing "petrol" as "petril."
-->"Cheesoid kill self. Cheesoid kill self with petril. Why petril not burn?"
-->"No Cheesoid, that's not petrol!"
-->"Petril."
-->"Pet''ROL!'' That's ''cheese!"''
-->"Not petril?"
-->"No!"
-->"Hate self. Why Cheesoid exist? Cheesoid so lonely..."

!![=YMMVs=] for ''That Mitchell and Webb Situation'':
* EndingFatigue: A one-episode recurring gag where Mitchell and Webb play co-workers in various professions who are, in the end, revealed to be gay.