- When discussing the history between Sony and Nintendo:
- The B-Roll Rebus for Thor illustrates "the mainstream public" with an image of Deliverance-esque redneck hicks.
- From the Big Picture episode Science...
- On the subject of where his jetpack is, when his offered solution to the air-traffic problem is that he was only asking where his jet pack was, not everyone else's..."Seriously, if you promise to make my jetpack, I swear I won't tell anyone else it exists, and no one will know that I have it- until I poop down their chimney from fifty-thousand feet."
- On the subject of applying artificially-grown organ technology to producing meat that living animals didn't have to die for..."Lemme look this up on the Not-Quite-A-Jetpack-But-Still-Pretty-Useful-Invention (Over a picture of Wikipedia's logo)"
- After proposing that the space guys lie about their little rover guy having found oil on Mars in the name of securing funding..."An alternative proposal, how 'bout you tell Glenn Beck you found gold on the moon, and then don't let him come back? Just a thought..."
- On the subject of where his jetpack is, when his offered solution to the air-traffic problem is that he was only asking where his jet pack was, not everyone else's...
- Episode 74 of The Game Overthinker ends with Antithinker returning... until he's killed by a purple-haired Thinker from the future with a sword. Overthinker takes one look at him and correctly guesses that an Android-themed situation is imminent.
Ivan: washing the dishes "Fuck. This."
- Also, Ivan's intern-related duties during that episode.
- At the start of his Taken 2 review, he starts off before the theme song by doing a parody of Liam Neeson's "I will find you..." speech from the first one, warning the original that if they leave the franchise alone, he will leave it alone, but if they make a sequel, "... I will review this movie."
- When talking about Leonardo Di Caprio in Django Unchained, he juxtaposes him along side Raoul Silva from Skyfall, Loki and the Red Skull from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Aro from Twilight, and The Joker from The Dark Knight; he tells Bane to scram who then goes wide-eyed and slinks off.
- In the Pacific Rim review:
- In the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For review (Asides from the fact the whole thing is in a Private Eye Monologue):Calling Eva Green in this the "kind of woman that makes you want to make crass parallels between the female form and roadway architecture" capped off with "Warning: Dangerous Curves".Stating the story with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, a surprisingly straight Film Noir in a franchise dedicated to over-the-top pulp fiction tales, would be better if you just pretended JGL was '"still playing that kid from Brick"
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