- You can put Frank in a dress or other such outfit. The cutscenes don't change, and in the case of dresses, when you have him put one on in the first place, Frank will do a sexy dance for himself in the mirror.
- You can find several joke items in the mall, like useless toy laser swords or Servbot masks.
- When Frank first enters the Food Court, he gets shot at by Carlito and takes cover. He manages to find Brad shooting back, they make eye contact, and then Brad gives a glorious You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me! eye roll before going back to the fight. You could make it even funnier by dressing Frank up in a ridiculous outfit.
- Followed up by Frank calling Jessie "your girlfriend" and Brad having to take a second to realize who he's talking about.
- Steven Chapman has some rather humorous last words:
- If Frank takes a sexy photo, like a Panty Shot for example, he is awarded "erotica" points. If he snaps a picture of an old woman's panties? "Horror" points.
- When Frank blackmails Brad into allowing him to cover the story so he can reveal where Dr. Barnaby is:Brad: You're one hell of a journalist, aren't you, Frank? A hotheaded, underhanded, hotshot paparazzi with nothing better to do than to invade people's privacy.Frank: I try... You got a point?
- Frank tries to take a photo of Dr. Barnaby and Jessie (who still refuse to tell him what's going on like Brad does), and they close the door on him.
- While otherwise a surprisingly poignant moment, there's a bit of Black Comedy when Steven the Supermarket Owner temporarily springs up to call "Clean-up! Register Six!" before dying. The shot of the security footage beforehand shows that he's at Register Six. He's habitually calling for a custodial staff - that isn't even there anymore - to pick up his own corpse.
- The fact that Capcom was careful enough to put a disclaimer on the package saying that they and the game were not affiliated with Dawn of the Dead (1978). In 2008, the IP owners of the movie still tried to sue Capcom for copyright infringement. They failed.
- Isabella was always The Smart Guy, knowing the most on the nature of the zombie virus. But in Overtime, this is Flanderized into full-on Motor Mouth Techno Babble (while formulating Zombrex for Frank). Frank often has to ask her to speak in plain English.
- Two Survivors are two Japanese Tourists. If you think the gag would be that these guys No Take Candle or are Asians Speekee Engrish, the gag is inverted — they only speak Japanese, forcing Frank to find a English-Japanese translation guide: and even after that, HE'S the one with Hulk Speak translating problems, while the Tourists argue back and forth over whether they should trust Frank, whether they can get away with insulting him (as one of them assures his friend that Frank's Japanese sucks), and which of them thought it was a good idea to visit Willamette in the first place. Finally, as Frank made it clear he was losing his patience, the tourists quickly bow before joining you. On top of that, grabbing a picture of them bowing is a Photo Op worth a lot of nice Outtake points.
- After defeating Paul Carson and him accidentally setting his own groin on fire, more than one player has, instead of putting the poor bastard out, unintentionally thrown the fire extinguisher with full-force right into his burning crotch. Insult to injury doesn't begin to cover it.
- Drink a Spitfire before activating the jeep in Overtime Mode, then defeat the tank as quickly as you can. There is nothing funnier than killing the toughest boss in the game with atomic loogies.
- After getting Tad Hawthorne (the guy Kent tries to zombify on-camera) to the Security Room, he has this to say to Frank:Tad: I hope you don't snap one day and freak out like that other photographer did.
- While Adam is definitely played for horror, there's just something hilarious about fighting a clown in a zombie game.
Funny / Dead Rising