- The Thimble sketch. From beginning to end, it's a master class in Overly Long Gag.
- The joke's on the audience, who are clearly groaning by the third thimble knockdown because that thimble rack had to be reset after each time.
- David confesses that, while for years he's been playing a bald man on TV, he decides to finally come out as a bald man in real life. He then removes a bald cap to reveal his already bald head. And he has to deal with his fellow cast mates not accepting him.
- Anytime Bob yells. It's glorious.
- "I'm Fran and I'm a woman!"
- "Choo-Choo" the Hurky Jerky Dancer
- "Fuck yeah, man, you should see all this"
- When Bob Odenkirk plays "a lady from the city" hired to write an anthem for a one-man country. Just him singing those lyrics.
- Mr Spencer? Killer Be Killed? Dingle? Prof. Murder? Pickles? Mr. Barnett?
- "I'm gonna fuck you like a bitch Dingle"
- "Mundees Mustmayostardayonnaise."
- "I totally believe in dragons now!"
- The ending to "Oh, You Men" is one of the greatest Brick Jokes ever.
- Lots of the commentary tracks are this. Especially when you realize half of everything they say is bullshit.note Also, several of the commentary tracks feature one of the actors in character (sometimes as a character from the show, sometimes exclusive to the track).
- "Horny Slut Hotline, this is Peppermint Speaking!"(His boss, on the line): Hello? Petersen? Is that you?!
- David yelling "This is Bullshit" and Flipping the Bird at the camera. Cross doesn't actually think it's funny, but "mildly amusing."
- The whole "You're fired!" sketch in general, especially David's Big "What the Fuck!?".
- The Drugachussettes skit, parodying Sid & Marty Krofft Productions.Sam: Hello. I'm Sam Craffft, and this here's my brother, Criminey.Criminey: You remember us!Sam: Our menagerie of puppety oddballs were all over your sets when you were a kid.Criminey: Yeah man, people are always askin' us, "Hey man, where'd you get all those crazy ideas from?" Well, this was the late 60s—Sam: It was the early 70s.Criminey: Yeah man, and y'know, we didn't have short attention spans like you kids today, man. I mean back then, we could just sit... and stare at a candle for like... three hours, man... and our minds would be totally blown! Eatin' an orange? That was like takin' a trip to a citrus mountain.Sam: Riiiiiight.
- "Dalai Lama / Camp Monk Academy", an extended sketch about a normal guy who becomes the Dalai Lama and his stoner metalhead buddy, which abruptly turns into a bizarre satire of summer camp movies involving child murder, a freestyle rap-off, and Ducky.
- This particular moment from the "Deprived Youth" sketch:Sir Isaac Newton: My father touched my butthole: this made me thirst for knowledge. *notices someone off screen* Hey!
- The sketch the pair did for Comic Relief 1998, in which Bob is tricked into getting fully nude in front of the entire audience at Radio City Music Hall.
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