- Accidental Innuendo: A common reason for the choice of newspaper clippings
- Acceptable Political Targets: George W. Bush fared very badly, usually represented as being intellectually about six years old (when describing him leaving a letter behind for his successor, Barack Obama, to read, they suggested he would leave behind the letter C. With a footnote: C is for cat). Sarah Palin is taking over this role - see Standard Snippet below.
- Nick Clegg (Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrat party) is the current favourite target, with jokes usually around his credibility or conscience. Or rather lack of either since he formed a coalition government with the Conservatives.
- Crowning Moment of Awesome:
Jeremy Hardy: "I think we mistake sadness for depression, because life is basically sad, and its the failure to recognize that that leads to this sort of resentment and bewilderment [...] It is, it is, and [..] you know, people just suddenly think that the world owes it to them to be happy, and they're not happy and then they think well, why aren't I happy, and makes 'em angry and then they're depressed about the fact that they're angry and they're bitter about the fact that they're depressed, and this downward cycle; why don't they just accept that life is sad and cheer up, it's not forever."
- Sandi confronting a ground of misbehaving youths with "That will do!". The sat down and behaved for the rest of the journey.
- Crowning Moment of Funny: Too many to mention.
- A panellist jokes about that Susan and Jeremy moving in together would be an interesting sitcom. "She, a crazy Scottish woman! He, her disgruntled political butler!" Sandi ad-libs "It's the Dyke Van Dick show!" and gives two points to herself for that.