Episode 1: Prologue
- The beginning of the episode is full of funny moments during the new girl's tour. Highlights include,
- The man in charge threating any slights against him with 'dog shit in your pillowcase'.
- Him telling the newbie to never turn off her radio, only for someone else to immediately say they couldn't find him, because his radio was turned off.
- The girl mentioning she's studying to be a botanist, which the other guy responds with, "I've never been much into robots, being from the South and all."
- Dylan gets into a secure military facility by using 'confusing acronyms', which start out sounding official, but end up devolving into well known ones such as AOL and FUBAR.
- Near the end when the cameraman, who has remained silent the whole time, is questioned, Dylan responds he's French and speaks no English. Cameraman's response? "Oui."
- Dylan's Leaning on the Fourth Wall debate with Carlos about how people are getting bored with the Reds and Blues, and that Dylan should do a story on "those monster-fighting sexy teenagers". It sounds like a typical argument between two fans. Made even better by how many viewers instead took it as a reference to the recently released Power Rangers film.
- Dylan's caller ID apparently has her supervisor Carlos listed as "Grouchy McBossypants".
- Dylan asks Carlos for two weeks to write a story on the Reds and Blues. This is what follows:Carlos: You want two? You got one. You want rope?
Dylan: You'll give me enough to hang myself with. Thanks a million, honey bucket.note
Episode 2: The Chronicle
- Jax is this during his premiere in episode 2. From beat-boxing the classic RvB theme, to his half-incompetent camerawork, to his insane camera angle and movie plot ideas. Most of the episodes humor either comes from or directly involves him.
- "I'm pretty sure we can use that tank as a dolly!"
- The return of Sister.
- "Hey, you know my name! BIG FUCKING DEAL! GET OFF MY BASE!"
- Sister talks about what she's been up to, but Dylan wants to go back to talking about the Reds and Blues.Jax: Oop— There goes the Bechdel Test.
- Dylan makes the mistake of mentioning Occam's Razor to Sister:
- Vic's desire to die crosses so many lines it becomes hilarious. Especially given how he keeps going back and forth on pretending he's joking. And it's made even better when Jax laments that he's sounding "[just] like Grandma."
- The Leaning on the Fourth Wall continues in this episode where Vic mentions he recorded all of Blood Gulch and cut them up into 100 five minute long sections for convenience's sake.
Episode 3: The Mother of Destruction
- Jax also insists that "shaky cam" will make the situation more realistic. The situation being that they are actually getting shot at for real.
- "Unicorn Soldier" saves Dylan and Jax and is fixing to leave, but before he can go, Dylan wants his name:Unicorn Soldier: Goodbye.
Jax: Weird name. "Hello, Goodbye!" "You're leaving?" "Why no, Goodbye! I just got here!"
- Dylan wants to fire Jax after he missed a critical shot, Jax points out he also pushed her out of the way of a bullet. He declares they're "even stevens".
Episode 4: Chorus Lessons
- Andersmith's Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness now that he's a cop, which is getting on Bitters' last nerve. When Bitters tells Andersmith he doesn't even sound like a cop, Andersmith insists he's going by the book:
- A major factor in Jax continuing to help Dylan now that they're going rogue? Once he gets back home, his student loans kick in.
- Dylan finally reaching the Reds and Blues is played as a Shout-Out to the end of The Force Awakens, with Caboose standing in for Luke. And then he's freaked out to see Dylan behind him and falls over the cliff.Dylan: ...Fuck.
Episode 5: Previously On
- When Dylan tries telling the other Reds and Blues about Caboose falling off a cliff, she finds everyone's a little... distracted. Sarge is driving his jeep off of cliffs, Grif and Tucker are arguing over band names, and Simmons is running around babbling.Dylan: Listen, everyone! I have no idea what the fuck you're all doing, but you need to know your man Caboose is terribly injured and possibly dead!
Caboose: (Off-Screen) Oh no! Not Caboose! (Camera pans to show he's right next to Dylan) We need to go rescue him!
Dylan: You— you're okay?
Caboose: Oh, yeah. You know, I fell down and stuff, but, you know, I landed on my head and that's okay because that's the part that's most used to it. So, yeah, I'm fine, things are good now. I'm gonna go lie down now.
- Donut is naked half of the episode. Thankfully, he's off-screen until he puts his armor back on.
- The entire episode is essentially a recap of all the hilarious shit the Blood Gulch Crew went through after having saved Chorus. To wit:
- After capturing Hargrove, Tucker activated the Temple of Procreation to celebrate. Apparently, Grif and Simmons were trapped in a closet together during that time. Furthermore, they both refuse to talk about before refusing to meet each other's eyes. During the whole time, the only one who didn't feel different was Tucker. Wash wasn't surprised.
- Sarge was hopelessly depressed after not having died heroically on Chorus (he definitely did not say so verbatim), and started looking for a new enemy.
- Carolina had a difficult time getting used to inaction, so she tried to get help from Grif in a Shout-Out to The Empire Strikes Back.
- They found out that their new island was home to dinosaurs. While they debated on whether being eaten by dinosaurs was ironic, Caboose managed to make friends with them. "Because of course he did."
- Donut accidentally burned down their new bases with his vanilla-scented candles.
- Due to having lost nearly all of their food, Grif started looking for native plants to eat. The mushrooms he found were essentially, as described by Simmons, "crystal meth on crystal meth".
- Simmons spent his summer learning Esperanto, a dead language, thinking that it was Spanish for "Spanish".
- Freckles has a new body! Except it's a literal toy. Freckles' voice is appropriately high pitched and he occasionally goes on "rampages" where the only "casualty" is Caboose playing dead.
- After selling their movie rights, they built the galaxy's greatest water park. Wash joined in with the others as they jumped in happiness while Carolina simply gave a deadpan "Yay." And Donut later burned it down, much to Grif's great dismay and confusion.
- What makes it even better is Donut's following explanation:
- Tucker, Caboose and Grif tried to form a band, but couldn't agree on a band name (all of which were punny versions of real-world bands with "blue" or "red" thrown in). Carolina tried to join in. Apparently, she's a terrible singer, though no one dares tell her out of fear.Grif: Can you sing, though?
Carolina: [with dramatic closeup] Can I sing?
[Back to the present]
Tucker: [unenthused] Carolina sings... so good.
Carolina: [pleased] Thank you!
Simmons: [laughs nervously] Oh, and we're definitely not just saying that 'cause she could kill us!
Grif: [pained] So... good!
- Sarge tried to build his own enemy and made a robot army, but it malfunctioned and attacked the dinosaurs. Wash says it was the greatest thing he ever saw.
- Grif convinced Simmons that Game of Thrones really happened.Simmons: That's...awesome! Man, I'm gonna go visit!
- Desperately in search of a new enemy, Sarge tried to take the fight to gravity itself. It resulted in the Reds losing their jeep after Sarge drove it over a ledge.Sarge: Suck it, Newton!
- They tried to put in place a new form of government. Proposals included: Anarchynote , monarchy-through-swordnote , military dictatorshipnote , matriarchynote and malarkeynote . When Simmons tried to explain that Malarkey wasn't a form of government, but a term for meaningless talk and nonsense, he trailed off as everyone realized that summed up the Blood Gulch Crew just fine.
- Caboose somehow ended up in the Upside-Down from Stranger Things. The gang tried to communicate with him through the same alphabet-and-Christmas-lights method... but since it's Caboose, it didn't really work.Washington: "Neat." He just keeps saying "Neat."
- After finding Donut apparently dead, Grif, Simmons and Tucker buried him in an unmarked shallow grave. Except he wasn't dead, and was just skinny dipping not far away. Everyone reacted to seeing Donut naked the same way they reacted to killer dinosaurs.
- "Wash. Grew. A beard." Carolina (and quite a few commenters) makes it sound like the greatest thing ever, while Wash just thought it was itchy. And we, the audience, of course can't see any difference because of the 24-Hour Armor. This also shows that Carolina has finally succumbed and become just as crazy as the rest of them. Doubles as heartwarming.
- That very morning, Grif spiked Simmons' food with his "meth-meth shrooms" For the Lulz.
- The punchline to all of the above is great too. Dylan asks Jax if he got all of that. He assures her that he did, and only then does he start recording.
- Grif's reaction to the message from Church, knowing that this is the start of another adventure:"God fucking dammit."
- Though it's considerably less funny after it becomes one of the main reasons he temporarily leaves the Blood Gulch Crew in the following episode.
Episode 6: Reacts
- Jax offering up the MST3K-esque concept of "Cosmoknight" - where a Russian cosmonaut from The '60s crashlands at an American Renaissance fair and thinks he's gone back in time - when Dylan asks him for a movie idea since she needed it to look like they were busy and so the Blues would invite them to go with them. Jax then offers up another idea, but Dylan rejects it as "Cosmoknight" is still "lodged in my head like a stupidity bullet."
- When Jax notices Grif enter the cave, angrily muttering about the Church situationnote , what is his response?
- Sarge getting Lopez, Simmons, and Donut to howl and bark like dogs because of the coming "dogs of war." Jax, who was sent to check up on them, is appropriately baffled.
- Sarge's rant against the Whites. You know, like the Meta and Wyoming?:Lopez: Tumblr va a odiar esto. (Tumblr is going to hate this.)
- And then Sarge straight up calls it a race war.
- Because Donut is "reddish-white", he's selected to infiltrate the "Whites". He does so by dressing as a hilariously stereotypical white hipster - complete with a tie, hipster glasses he somehow got on over his helmet, and skis - and he offers the reporters "poison pumpkin frappuccinos!"
- Carolina bemoaning that she thought they'd already reached "peak moron" when Jax randomly quotes Blade Runner. Cue Sarge and Simmons immediately running up beside her.Sarge: Don't make deals with the Whites! Their blankets are covered in smallpox!
Carolina: (wearily) I stand corrected.
Cue Donut arriving in his ridiculous white hipster outfit and offering Jax & Dylan the aforementioned "poison pumpkin frappucinos".
Carolina: (quietly) I'm just going to be quiet now.
- Sarge is very skeptical of Wash telling him that they're going to be working together with Dylan and Jax so as to find Church.
- Sarge: Red, white, and blue all working together? How absolutely un-American!
- Despite the scene being largely a Tear Jerker, Grif's conversation with the rest of the Blood Gulch Crew at the end of the episode leads to him complaining that "Church's died more times than Jean Grey. It's getting old."
Episode 7: Nightmare on Planet Evil
- Caboose at one point had a Bop-It. He bopped it against a rock and now it's "sleeping". In teeny tiny pieces.
- Sarge has gone without sleep for about five days, a reference to another Rooster Teeth production. Jax calls the premise of "sleep is death" weak. Becomes even funnier if you know that Burnie was the one who came up with the premise.
- Jax attempting to scare Tucker by running around the abandoned city - which is depicted as "Deadite cam." Tucker casually trips him and knocks him unconscious - which Jax describes as "Groovy."
- While Caboose and Simmons' talk about death is initially pretty sad, it does give us this golden line from Caboose after Simmons claims that ghosts and resurrection are scientifically impossible:Simmons: (confused) I...guess that's...math?
- We cut to the FOTUS Soldier standing over what appears to be the dead bodies of Sarge, Simmons, and Caboose after getting a distressing call from Caboose, and you assume the worst. Turns out Sarge had finally passed out from lack of sleep, Simmons saw a snake (a small one at that) and fainted, and Caboose got scared and decided to play dead ("Is the bad man gone yet?"). Our heroes, everybody!
- Y'know that ultra-scary soldier the reporters met in Episode 3? The guy who's looking for Tucker? He's actually just a Chorusan civil servant named Spencer Porkensenson. What he was really trying to do is serve Tucker a class action suit for child-support payments. Turns out activating the Temple of Procreation on Chorus resulted in a lot of illegitimate kids that Tucker's the father of. Tucker appropriately seems very upset, giving off a Big "NO!" afterwards. At the episode's end, he's just lying around the ship, no longer enthused about finding Church.
- After the FOTUS Soldier leaves, Jax reveals that he edited some clips to make an title sequence for himnote ;Jax: So, constructive feedback! I'm thinking of pitching this to the network when he get back!
Dylan: How did you get him [the FOTUS Soldier] to sign a release form?
Jax: ...A what-now?
Episode 8: A Fistful of Colors
- Turns out the impostors are more sim Troopers, who are a Similar Squad to the Reds and Blues, and at least as quirky as they are, if not more.
- A particular highlight is when Surge and Sarge debate who's in charge (Turns out Surge is also a Colonel, somehow.) and settle it with Rock Paper Scissors (Or as they call it, "Procedure".
- Simmons's equivalent is named Gene
- Moreso, Caboose's equivalent is named Loconote , Tucker's is named Buckynote , Donut's is Cronutnote , and Lopez's is called Lorenzonote .
- Caboose interacting with Loco is hilarious in that they practically share the same mind.
- Additionally, both Simmons and Gene agree that "err" is a real word, with Tucker and Bucky both insisting that it's not at the exact same time.
- After the Reds and Blues and the Blues and Reds have collectively taken down the fighter crafts sent by the UNSC, Surge reports that Lopez and Lorenzo were dismembered during the fight, with the two robots once again reduced to heads.
Episode 9: Rigged
- Dylan's attempt to interview Sarge fails horribly, partially because of Sarge's own ridiculous paranoia but also because he spills that Temple told him to find out what she knew in a screw up of an I Know You Know I Know moment.
- Tucker getting annoyed by the Similar Squad routine. When he tries to angrily storm off, he ends up mistaking Gene for Simmons, and when corrected, grumbles, "Just help me with my dramatic exit." He also complains that having Gene and Simmons close by means that "I have to hear this shit in stereo now!"
- Loco turns out to be a serious Genius Ditz with engineering, and gives a stream of incomprehensible Technobabble that confuses even Simmons.
- Donut and Cronut's innuendo-laden conversation about Russian novelists and philosophers.
- Doc is back...and he immediately makes a hurricane of analogies about how superior the Blues and Reds are to the Reds and Blues. Donut even joins in. Jax also compares the Blood Gulch Crew to Turkish Spider-ManDoc: They are the ding-dongs, and you are the dildos!
Episode 10: Battlescars
- Wash comes up with a plan to lure the people killing Freelancers into a trap by activating Carolina's recovery beacon. How does he express this to her? By telling her to take off her armor. Seeing as how this came after a tender moment, Carolina is appropriately shocked. Even better, after his explanation, Carolina agrees to remove her armor. But Wash continues to stare at her forcing her to make him turn around.
- When the Blues and Reds shows up with the Blood Gulch Crew, Wash describes it as the worst possible that could happen, beating the likes of mercs and space pirates.
- Wash's idea of what the doubles mean is that Sarge created robotic duplicates of themselves. Carolina sounds exasperated when she wants to know what's going on.
- Remember how Carolina had a horrible singing voice and the guys were too afraid to tell her? Turns out she's well aware, she just liked watching them squirm. When she admits it, Wash jokingly tells her that she is really evil.
- Apparently ever since the Reds and Blues have joined the Blues and Reds in their underwater lair-- er, base, they've been having fish for every meal. The Blood Gulch Crew are understandably fed up.
Episode 11: Belly of the Beast
- When Dylan's hiding spot is nearly found by Temple and Loco, she leaves a small green spartan teddy. Loco asks Temple if he should arrest it.
- The Blues and Reds distracted Tucker by having him play Halo Wars, claiming that it's a military simulator. When Dylan tells him it's a video game, he simply says that it explains all the micro-transactions.
- Part of the reason Tucker doesn't suspect the many locked doors is because he thinks people could steal his possessions, or walk into his "masturbatorium".
- Everything about Sarge's "audition", which eventually degrades (even further) from a bunch of random action movie dialouge to him shouting random movie titles... Including Lazer Team 2, which Jax dosen't think is real.
- The files on Temple's computer include a folder named "Buckey PRIVATE", and his most recent internet hits include "metafores", "Shakesphere monologues", "evil lairs for dummies" and "How to villain".
Episode 12: Blue vs. Red
- When Gene and Cronut run out of ammo, they resort to taunting to defeat the enemy. They're not very good at it.Gene: You suck! You're- bad at math!
Cronut: You have table manners that leave much to be desired!
Gene: You smell like maybe you forgot to wear deodorant today!
Cronut: Your mother's lasagna is mediocre!
- Temple and his men capture Lorenzo, his threat attempts keep coming off as unintentionally racist such as threatening to stomp the Goomba, you know like Mario.
- Temple and Biff discussing what place to shoot Biff so he can leave with a medical discharge.Biff: The butt? Are you insane? That's right next to my jingo jangos, okay? Bullets splinter.
Temple: How about the arm?
Temple: Ooh, the ear.
Biff: "What? Yeah, I can't hear you because some idiot shot my ear off." No way! *grr* There's got to be some part of the body that's expendable.
Temple: You just need to get shot in the appendix.
Biff: If only I was a book.
Episode 13: Blue vs. Red - Part 2
- When told she's going on a mission with the simulation troopers, Carolina vehemently insists she would never be on a mission with those simulation idiots.
- When she gets to Blue Base, Carolina finds that to keep the Reds from finding their flag, the Blue Team buried it, then lost the map. Since they need both flags to win the "war", Loco made a new flag from a stick and blue briefs.
- The Blues and Reds watch the fight between Tex and Carolina they decide to put their own soundtrack to it. Things like high action music, Bruce Springsteen, and a Harry Potter audio book of all things.
- There's also the fact that when the fight begins, the background music shuts off. And we mean completely. Then, this exchange happens while the Blues and Reds watch the fight:Biff: Holy mother of awesome. Look at them.
Buckey: Yo, Reds! Are we still fighting, or- oh, holy shit!
Surge: All right, men, new plan! Let those two pummel each other to death!
Temple: The only thing that would make this better is some music!
Biff: Oh! I got it. I just upgraded the base's sound system. Okay, Shelly, play "Action Mix"!
- Even better, their change in soundtrack actually affects the fight, with the two combatants noticeably changing speed and fighting style to fit the soundtrack to the point where Carolina tells them to cut it out. Then Loco has the base play his Harry Potter audiobook.
Episode 14: True Colors
- After comparing notes and deciding that the Blues and Reds are suspect, Tucker decides to use subtlety to figure out their intentions. Gilligan Cut:
- A mix of this and Moment of Awesome, but when the Reds and Blues (minus Sarge and Doc) get cornered, they attach Lopez's head to a missile and launch it, hoping he'll send reinforcements to help.Lopez: (as the missile ascends) SHIIIIIIIIIT!
- Caboose completely blowing Simmons' attempt to be a Reverse Mole.
Episode 15: Objects in Space
- Episode 15's opening scene is a massive spoof of the opening stinger to Star Trek: The Next Generation, with Lopez starring as both the narrator and the ship in question.Lopez: Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Lopez. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out life and new civilizations, to boldly go... where no robot has gone before.
Starring LOPEZ THE HEAVY as Lopez La Pesado
- It becomes even funnier when one remembers that in Episode 8, Lopez previously told Sarge he couldn't provide any intelligence on Desert Gulch because he's not the Starship Enterprise. Well, now...
- Immediately after that, Lopez is caught in a bright light and pulled into a ship. He asks what happened and who's there. Locus then deactivates his camo right next to him. Lopez's response?Lopez: Ayuda.
- Grif has gone full Cast Away, painting several balls with the helmets of the Reds and Blues and doing impressions of them to play out their typical drama. He even taught himself Spanish for Lopez's lines, which comes in handy when Locus arrives with Lopez.
- Special mention goes to Grif's lines for Caboose, which almost sound even more ridiculous than what he would actually say.Grif!Caboose: He's dead! My best friend is dead! Purple pineapple random nonsense bahahgaghahah...Later
- Special mention goes to Grif's lines for Caboose, which almost sound even more ridiculous than what he would actually say.
- Granted, it doubles as Nightmare Fuel somewhat, but Locus makes his presence known by saying point blank what Grif currently is.
- Part of realizing Locus is real involves Grif grabbing him by the helmet. The fact that it's Locus on the receiving end makes it even more hilarious.
- Later when he's trying to prove he's not crazy, he turns around to ask the Doc volleyball, only to find it's gone.Grif: Well, that's Doc for you, am I right?
- When mentioning how long he's been alone, Grif spouts out various measurements... including "fifteen seasons".
- Grif's incessant chatter once he finally has someone to talk to. You can tell Locus is finding the situation rather trying.Grif: Cool ship, by the way. I bet that's an awesome side story. Does it have a name? How about the Locus Pocus?
Grif: Do you have any brothers and sisters? Did you kill any of your brothers and sisters?
Grif: I thought I was going to go crazy for a while there, but I'm sane as a fiddle. (in a completely serious voice) How many people have you killed? (back to chipper) Where did you grow up?
- As the fandom has noticed, Locus has gone from having a guy in orange who talked too much as his partner to having to partner up with... another guy in orange who talks too much. Poor guy just can't catch a break, can he?
Episode 16: Grif Does a Rescue
- Grif infiltrating the Blues and Reds' base Metal Gear style! Highlights include:
- Quoting "This is Snake to Big Boss. No sign of surveillance" (unaware that he's already been spotted on the security monitors).
- The Exclamation Point hovering over Grif's head as he spots a plate of fish.
- Him attempting to crawl through the ventilation shaft, only to get stuck with only his legs sticking out and kicking like he's Winnie-the-Pooh.
- Even though it was a cruel trick on the part of Temple, hearing Church send a distress signal about Caboose and Tucker blowing up an overflowing toilet was funny while it lasted.
- At the end of the episode, we see a still-frozen Wash and Carolina, complaining for all the right reasons - respectively, Wash not being able to scratch his nose and Carolina being stuck in a "yoga pose".
- Even better when you remember that a different Freelancer apparently ended up frozen mid-attack... which left him standing on one foot. Wash and Carolina probably got off easy compared to him.
Episode 17: Quicksave
- Wash is a liiiiittle out of it from starvation and dehydration after Locus rescues him and Carolina.Wash: (slurred) Well, as soon as this elevator stops, I'll be ready to kick ass and take names.
Locus: We're not in an elevator.
Wash: Oh, well, in that case, it's gonna be up to you three to save the day.
Wash: Yeah! You, Locus, and Big Bird over there. (camera cuts to empty spot) What up, Big B!
- And then, there's Locus claiming that he's taken up the oath to never kill again.Carolina: (skeptically) Wash, is it possible to hallucinate with your ears?
Wash]: (looking to his side) I don't know, officer. I swear, I usually keep it in the glove box!
- And then, there's Locus claiming that he's taken up the oath to never kill again.
- Sarge tries to get Jax and Dylan to say that it was his plan all along to be a Reverse HeelFace Mole. First, he is very serious about it, and they don't really buy helping him... but then this happens.Sarge: Let me phrase this another way... (goes down on his knees) Pretty please with a cherry on top, tell the guys this was my plan all along, ohhhh... have mercy! Don't make me beg! You wouldn't like what it sounds like!
- After running into Locus and learning he's there to rescue the Blood Gulch Crew, Sarge insists on "proper procedure" to decide who leads the operation. Rock Paper Scissors. Imagining the look on Locus' face as he stares at Sarge constantly playing a one-sided game of Rock Paper Scissors in Stunned Silence is the bulk of the hilarity. You can almost hear him thinking "This is one of the people who took down Hargrove?"
- Even better is the implication that Locus eventually went along with it.
- Locus can only take so much of the Reds and Blues' constant chatter, which results in him raising his voice to the highest octave we've ever heard from him up to this point:
- The reactions to Locus' jail break.Tucker: Just for the record, I hate this.
Grif: I dig this!
Locus: (with Caboose somehow managing to hug him) I hate this.
- After Sarge's semi-touching apology to his friends for his FaceHeel Turn, Locus gets this gem while growing increasingly impatient with the Reds and Blues not following him out of the cellblock.
- Grif and Simmons' heartfelt talk ends when they notice Jax slowly walking up to them.
Episode 18: Desolation
- The reunion between the Reds and Blues and Vic.Dylan: Promise you won't kill me. Or him.
- Vic's description of the new UNSC headquarters' defenses.Vic: Oh, this place is decked down like you wouldn't believe! Half a dozen checkpoints, shields, a battalion of troops stationed there, an entire fleet in orbit on the overhead! And... two hot tubs.
- How they figure out Temple's plan: they try thinking like "idiots" (a.k.a. the Blues and Reds). Cue everyone looking at Sarge and Caboose.Sarge: Why is everybody looking over here?
Episode 19: Red vs. Red
- To keep viewers from feeling sorry for the rest of the Blues and Reds' Grunts, the ones stationed outside are such immoral jerks that it Crosses the Line Twice.
- One Grunt makes an offensive comment about global warming, resulting in him getting shot by Tucker, run over by Sarge, and finally kicked by Grif.
- Grif using the Meth-Meth Shrooms to gain Flash-level Super Speed powers and effortlessly take out most of the Grunts.
- As everyone else helps in the big battle, Caboose contributes by... tying enemy soldiers' shoelaces together. The extra-funny part is that it actually works! Afterwards, Caboose proceeds to duck-walk circles around Tucker and boast about his stealth skills.
- Tucker's method of dealing with an enemy tank is punching it over and over again. And it works. Eventually.
- Crossing over with Moment of Awesome, Jax helping distract a machine gun turret-equipped Lorenzo for Tucker...by insulting famous Italian filmmakers and shouting "Soccer is boring as fuck!". Which Lorenzo cries out as blasphemy before trying to kill Jax with the aforementioned tank.
Episode 20: Blue vs Blue
- The increasingly bizarre Rousing Speeches that Sarge and Tucker come up with. According to Carolina, the longest record for them is two hours.
- A huge dose of Black Comedy goes down when Surge is gradually brought around to Sarge's line of thinking, while the latter has an arm on the former to stop him from falling into lava. Of course, the latter then decides to do a salute.
- Doc swears on "Scout's honor" that he'll help Carolina. However, Doc was never a Boy Scout because he's afraid of badges.
- Temple's hilariously awful evil monologue to the armor-locked Reds and Blues, which consists of an absurd string of Metaphorgotten old quotes, song lyrics, and pop-culture references - backed by a "monologue mix."
- Grif's Big Damn Heroes moment fails epically- instead of dramatically swinging to the rescue, he slips and falls with comical sound effects. Even Temple is amused.
Episode 21: Epilogues
- Vic's Heroic Sacrifice. Not only is it a parody of Epsilon's last scene from Season 13 (Complete with an 8 bit rendition of the music!), but it serves as the ultimate payoff to the Running Gag of Vic wanting to die: as soon as he reaches that part of Epslion's speech about whenever someone sacrifices themselves to save the day, said person is the only one to not know the pay off... he begins celebrating finally being able to die.Vic: This is 555-VICK signing off... (pissed) And if anybody backed me up, I will punch you in the nuts.
- On top of that is the fact that due to being prerecorded, Vic's actual final words were an extended highly glitchy "Duderino".
- After a massive build-up of energy in the wake of Vic's Heroic Sacrifice, the massive time machine-laser drill completes the crescendo by...disappearing in a cartoonish "pop!"Grif: Anyone want to explain what the fuck just happened?!
- Temple's eventual defeat is humiliating to say the least. After going on a corny Vicious Cycle monologue, Tucker scares the shit outta him with the threat of stabbing his face off before deactivating his sword and punching him out, leaving Temple in a hilarious pose.
Temple: Yeah Tucker! If you kill me you'll just perpetuating this neverending cycle of revenge and retaliation! My frriends will avenge me!Tucker: What friends?Tucker: (snarled) Dickhead.
- Also dips slightly into Awesome due to Tucker getting one hell of a comeback in on Temple considering Temple backstabbed just about all his allies.
- Wash is fine, being taken care of by Dr. Grey on Chorus! According to the Lieutenants and Sister, he claimed he had an important message for the Reds and Blues - before he started singing the Duck Tales theme song and fell asleep.
- Dylan and Jax's heartwarming talk is completely derailed when Jax clarifies that when he said he'd "never forget this," he meant because of the case of PTSD that he'd developed.
- When Dylan calls Carlos Trabka at the very end to finally deliver her story, his attitude is...remarkably pleasant. This is because when Dylan took his nephew and a starship to pursue the story on her own, he had a complete breakdown and had to be prescribed sedatives. The kind that are usually reserved for horses.
Carlos Trabka: I'm not waiting! Don't you dare hang up on me, all right?! I am not above putting out a contract on your stinking, filthy, pencil-headed little life, Dylan! Ahahahahaha!
- And then Dylan brings up how Jax is recovering from multiple gunshot wounds, and the ship is completely totaled. As such, Carlos' serenity starts to slip. Then Dylan says she's got the story, but it'll have to wait. Cue Carlos finally losing his mind:
- Lopez' head having been dumped into the ocean.
- The Blues and Reds getting served fish in prison.
- We actually get to hear Carolina singing in the end credits! And it's ...appropriately awful.
- The last stinger during the credits? Church still having no idea what the fuck the thing with Caboose and the time portal was about.