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YMMV: The Soup
Accidental Innuendo: The show showed a clip from a show about a boxing trainer who took his boxers to see a sports psychologist. She then proceeds to tell them to imagine they are peeling an orange, feeling the juice squirting from it, biting down on to it and imagining swallowing that juice. Joel then says "Okay fine, forget the orange. Imagine it's a kumquat!".
Just about anything said on Gold Rush Alaska. Joel doesn't even have to say anything; your dirty mind does the work.
They also showed a clip of an infomercial for a product called the "Pocket Hose", which is a hose that grows and then shrinks to fit back in your pocket, and even kids can use it. ("Daddy lets me watch while his hose gets bigger and shrinks back down into his pocket. I can even help him!")
Reports about their actual offscreen relationship made the mockery too true to be funny; one episode after that news broke started with Joel going "Jon and Kate Plus 8...is just kind of sad now." and moving to the next topic. This did not stop them from mocking Jon and Kate themselves later.
To mourn the passing of Telenovela and "Clips Magnificos" significant-glance-provider "Triunfo Del Amor", William Levy, a star of the show, appeared on The Soup to mock E! and Joel, using Lucy Lawless as a translator note It should be noted that William Levy does speak english, albeit with an accent. . He then leaves with Lucy.
The July 4, 2012 Soup had Joel finally just out-and-out lose it when riffing a clip from Toddlers And Tiaras, one of his favorite shows to mock. After watching a mother force her daughter to practice a routine by whispering into her ear about them being on national television, Joel proceeded to walk right up to the camera and basically whisper:
Do you know who Cronos is? He was the Greek God(Titan) who ate his children, and he was a better parent than you! I hope you fall into a big pile of elephant shit with your mouth open, and if I see you walking and talking near one, I'm gonna push you in! (audience in the studio, and at home, applauds)
The show's entire coverage of the Mexican telenovela LaMadrastra.
"On Whale Wars..." *shows clip of Dance Your Ass Off*
Joel learns that Viva Laughlin was cancelled. He shows the audience a clip from the show of actor Lloyd Owen singing Elton John's "I'm Still Standing". Joel... wasn't actually too happy.
"W-w-why would you cancel that? We need that."
The Soup is pretty much a Crowning Show of Funny.
Crowning Music of Awesome: When The Bachelor aired a season subtitled "The Wings of Love", Joel introduced segments about it by playing Jeffrey Osborne's "On The Wings of Love" ("It's too sincere!"). In the awards episode, Joel actually brought on Osborne, who shilled a chicken wing joint called "Wings of Love" to the tune of the song.
Hilarious in Hindsight: The mocking of the meaningful glances in Triunfo del Amor is a lot funnier when you go back and watch the "shipper videos" from the Community episode "Paradigms of Human Memory".
Since Kim Kardashian's marriage ended, there have been several segments using clips that are this in Keeping up with the Kardashians. Most notably one moment where Kris says to Kim (paraphrased): "It's going to take a lot to get rid of me."
Ho Yay: Seth Green and Joel, every time the former shows up.
I Am Not Shazam: The show hasn't been Talk Soup since Joel's been hosting. Forget that, and you will show up on it. Yes, you.
I Knew It: Played for laughs: Joel joked that Kim Kardashian's marriage would last for only seventy-five days. It lasted seventy-two.
Nausea Fuel: Don't eat a meal during "Reality Show Clip Time".
Special Effects Failure: Mocked where appropriate, such as Syfy's original movies and a boat scene from Ringer. The gunshot sound effects used when Joel shoots Matt are hardly ever synced to their movements.
What an Idiot: Not every reality show contestant they show, but at least half of them.
Special mention goes to The Hills, whose characters Joel usually saved his strongest brand of snark for throughout its run. He later let up on Stephanie Pratt, however, when she began appearing on the show. Her brother Spencer, on the other hand...