When Danny (and later Angel of all people) flashed two fingers, blew a vigorous raspberry and said "jog on!"
Angel giving a flying kick on an old lady.
"A GREAT BIG BUSHY BEARD!"
The tour of the station.
The riot room has a small hedgehog in it.
The code to unlock the evidence room is "999". The evidence room is also completely empty save for a few shelves.
Frank introducing Angel to the Andies.
Frank: I suppose you're wondering why we call them the Andies? Angel: They're both called Andrew? Frank: They said you were good! Danny: Also because talking to them is a bit of an uphill struggle, innit Dad? [one of the Andies throws a wastebasket at Danny's head] Danny: Fuck off! Frank: Thank you, Danny.
When Tony is introduced, he is sitting in front of a billboard with several adjectives written on it, such as "DISLOYAL", "RUDE", "LATE" - and Tony is positioned such that these adjectives appear to be pointing directly at him.
The scene where Angel jumps over four fences with increasingly acrobatic prowess, only to be followed by Butterman... who crashes through the first fence.
"Annette, that Sergeant Angel's coming into your shop. Get a look at his arse." That line on its own is funny, made even more so by Angel's reaction.
Even better near the end, when the joke gets revisited - "Check out his horse!"
And the scene where the preacher gets shot in the shoulder. "JESUS CHRIST!"
What about the glorious, "Fuck off, grasshopper!" right before pulling out twin derringers from his priest robes. Doubles as a CMOA, no doubt.
The Bowdlerised version of that manages to be even funnier. Peas and rice!
The movie also had the single best He-Man reference ever.
This line from Angel on his first night in Sandford, after Danny almost runs him over while drunk:
Angel: Right. I'm taking you to the station.
Angel: Where is it?
The exchange between Ms. Cooper and Sgt. Angel when he first arrives in Sandford. "I trust you had a pleasant trip. Fascist!"
The funniest part of that exchange is when Angel corrects her & she calmly answers: "Fascism. Wonderful." May count as foreshadowing as the NWA kill anyone who isn't like them and doesn't conform, as well as the Gag Echo during the shootout.
On the commentary with Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino, we learn that the two of them set up a table to sell DVDs of Point Break (1991) and Bad Boys II at the film's premiere... and literally could not give away the latter.
EVERY time Angel books someone at the station. One particular standout is when booking Pete Cocker, and the intense focus as Nick writes "COCK".
In a service station, Angel realises he has to return to Sandford and do what he's gotta do, with the most gravelly action-hero voice possible:
Leslie Tillers labiodental facial expression when she's interrupted by Angel: "'Course as far as I'm concerned Cousin Sissy can go fffff..."
also, "God rest 'im... God rest 'er... God rest 'im... God rest the lot of 'em..."
One of the special features on the DVD is a series of videos where the characters explain a few plot holes. The segments narrated by Nicholas and Danny manage to push the film's original Ho Yay Up to Eleven.
Danny: I then pretended to be a bender; note It's British slang for a gay man. I cried "DON'T TOUCH HIM! ... Don't touch him..."
And from Angel's, when he's explaining how everyone survived the explosion.
Nicholas: As for Danny, well, it's just a miracle that Weaver's blunderbuss missed all of his internal organs - and I think my lucky stars every morning that he's still here by my side! Right, Danny? Danny: I'm in the bath!
Also, most of the station's furniture coming from a defunct nuclear plant and therefore being essentially bomb-proof.
The conversation between Angel and Messenger after the play:
Messenger: Sergeant Angel, Hi hi. Quick word for the Sandford Citizen? Angel: Uh, it was very enjoyable. Messenger: 'Cop Enjoys Watching Young Lovers'? Angel: I don't think so. Messenger: 'Local Bobby Gives Thumbs Up to Teen Suicide'? Angel: That's just grossly inappropriate.
Down t'pub, Angel's telling the story of his childhood and why he wanted to be come a police officer.
Angel: It all started with my uncle Derrick; he was a sergeant in the Met. note For the Yanks, that's the Metropolitan Police force of London, not the museum. Or the baseball team. He bought me a police pedal car when I was five. I rode around in it every second I was awake, arresting kids twice my size for littering and spitting. I got beaten up a lot when I was young, but it didn't stop me; I wanted to be like Uncle Derrick. Danny: Sounds like a good bloke. Angel: Actually he was arrested for selling drugs to students. Danny:[with absolutely no change in tone] What a cunt.
During the story Angel mentions that there was one time when he was young when he wanted to be Kermit the Frog instead of a police officer. After finishing the story about how his uncle being a drug dealer and that was what made him join the police Danny thinks it's a shame, because he thinks Angel would have made a great Muppet. It even gets Angel to laugh.
Followed almost immediately by Danny demonstrating his little ketchup trick.
Danny: What made you want to be a "Policeman Officer?"
Angel's look of utter horror at the end of the absolutely terrible Romeo and Juliet play when all the actors come out and sing.
When Angel tries to tell Wainwright he has a bit of foam on his mustache from the beer he's drinking, it's a small moment but just utterly hilarious.
Angel: You've, uh, got a mustache. Wainwright:[completely indignant] I KNOW.
"Angel! Don't go bein' a twat now!"
About the final fight scene; it's awesome, but there's also just something incredibly funny about these aged, distinguished British character actors grabbing machine guns and shotguns and shooting up stuff.
"Have you ever fired your gun up in the air and gone 'aaaaargh'?"
"No I have not ever fired my gun up in the air and gone 'aaaaargh'!"
"What else have you got?" "Skidmarks." "Now who's being childish?"
The completely deadpan judges for the Best Village competition (played by Edgar Wright's mum, Edgar's former drama teacher, and Simon Pegg's mum) watching Nick and Danny tear out in their damaged squad car... and then the banner behind them flutters slowly to the ground. They just look back at their clipboards.
Angel's increasingly aghast face each time he gets a Reaction Shot during the Romeo and Juliet homage. For that matter, the Romeo and Juliet homage itself also qualifies. Reverend Shooter especially looks utterly bemused at the shenanigans.
Before they all come out and sing, for when Juliet commits suicide, Eve grabs Romeo's gun, points it at her head and simply shouts, "BANG!"
Doris. Just Doris. Some of her best bits include:
Doris: Accidents happen all the time, what makes you think it was [widens eyes and sticks front teeth out] murrrrdurrrr? Nick:[pissed] BECAUSE I WAS THERE!
And of course;
Doris: I quite like a midnight gobble. Haha! Walker: ...cocks.
The best has to be a quick split-second gag at the Fete, where we pan past Doris looking at the spitroast.
After Doris hits Skinner's Assistant in the face, she says "Nothing like a bit of girl on girl, ey?" and everyone breaks out laughing.
This all got even better now that Olivia Colman is quite recognizable from Broadchurch.
Somehow it's gotten even funnier since Colman won Best Actress at the 2019 Oscars
Remember all those questions Danny asks at the start, and the answer to the majority of them was No? Well, not anymore!
"She's our only policewoman." "She's not a policewoman." "She is, I've seen her bra!"
The fact that Angel makes an elaborate, but logical, deduction of the motive of the crimes... only to have the townspeople cheerfully correct him and admit that they just killed these people because they were just nuisances.
"And Martin Blower?" "No, actually." "Really?" "COURSE HE FUCKING WAS!"
[clink] "Thank you Danny!"
"Ooh, 'murder murder murder'. CHANGE THE FUCKING RECORD!"
Angel's furious tirade about the string of murders trailing off into embarrassed mumbling when he admits he was on the scene because he was buying Danny a birthday present.
And then this bit:
Angel:[priceless look of disbelief]AM I GOING COMPLETELY MAD?! Wainwright: Maybe you are. Maybe you did it. Cartwright: Seeing how you're such a big fan of murder! Angel: WHAT THE F- Inspector Butterman: Sergeant Angel! Angel: YES?!... Sir?
A fucking helicopter shot ripped straight out of every Michael Bay movie ever.
Angel trying to question the very thick accented Mr. Webley. To translate, he brings along PC Walker. Who in turn has to have his gibberish speak translated by Danny.
Fans from the The West Country also find it amusing that they can understand Mr. Webley just fine, while fans unused to a strong Somerset accent genuinely believed he was talking gibberish.
Also from the talk, Arthur Webley has a gun just casually hanging from his arm. After he concedes to stop trimming hedges that aren't his, Angel asks whether he has a permit for the gun. Answer? He does... for this one. The way Angel looks up after that line is hilarious. Then he leads the police officers to a shed containing enough firearms for a small army, complete with a sea mine, that he says he's just "found."
Nicholas confronting Michael in the supermarket.
Nicholas: Michael, Michael, wait! Is this what you really really want? Michael:[beat]Yarp. Nicholas: Eh, suit yourself. [beatdown ensues]
And before that, he rushes in, Doris tells him not to go in on his own and Danny reassures the others that Nicholas knows what he's doing. Cue Nicholas smashing through the window, having just been thrown through it.
After Angel sees the age restriction sign in a bar, he looks around to notice groups of underage kids hanging out in there.
Angel: 'scuse me. Kid #1: What? Angel:[holding up his badge] When's your birthday? Kid #1: 22nd of February. Angel: What year? Kid #1:Every year. Angel: Get out.
Angel:[holding up his badge] Hey. When's your birthday? Kid #2: Uh... 8th of May, 1969? Angel: You're 37. Kid #2:Yeah? Angel: Get out.
When the sea-mine finally goes off, the poor bastard stuck underneath it doesn't even seem all that upset. Just disappointed.
Tom Weaver: [quietly] Oh god no.
After Nicholas and Danny escort the drunken George Merchant home, he seems to think they're a taxi service, leading to this exchange:
Merchant:[drunkenly] How much do I owe you? Danny:[equally drunk] About twenty quid? [Merchant hands Danny a twenty pound note; Nicholas immediately snatches it from Danny and hands it back to Merchant.] Nicholas: Here's your change.
The scene when Danny is introducing Lurch to Nick.
Skinner landing on the miniature church spire and getting impaled right through the chin in the climax would have been straight-up Nightmare Fuel... if not for the fact that he survives and starts whining about how much it hurts. Crosses the Line Twice and Bloody Hilarious at best.