Crosses the Line Twice: Enough that there's arguably none to begin with, but special mention goes to Rex Kramer: Danger Seeker. Walking into a group of tough-looking black men and screaming the n-word, indeed, very dangerous.
Director Displacement: The Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker team only wrote the film, they didn't direct it. They wouldn't make their directorial debut until Airplane! three years later.
Hilarious in Hindsight: In a parody commercial, an oil company describes using recycled fast-food grease for auto fuel.
Rex Kramer's idea of a thrill is more-or-less how the otherKramer torpedoed his own stand-up career decades later.
All the fake movies are produced by Samuel L. Broncowitz, years before another Samuel L. became famous.
The classic "Take him to Detroit"-punishment Dr. Klahn gives to an American spy. The movie may be over 30 years old, but considering Detroit's current situation this joke is still very accurate (probably even more so today than it was back then).