- Pretty much the entirety of his crossover with Film Brain.
- At the end of a cross over vid with Obscurus Lupa, he responds to her question of whether he would want to watch another movie with her by punching her in the face. The post credits gag is a second take of that scene where he accidentally fails to pull his punch and genuinely hits Lupa in the face; he spends about 30 seconds apologizing for it while Lupa comments that he "hits really hard". Could double as a crowning moment of heartwarming since it's scenes like that that really show how much of an extended family the TGWTG team really is to each other.
Lupa: Wanna review a movie with me?Snob: NO!Lupa: Too late! I already put it in!Snob: FUCK!
- Eight-Bit Mickey randomly teleports in between cuts, almost as a Funny Background Event.
- In a bit of Black Comedy, Brad suggests that they keep the take with the actual punch in the review.
- The Snob keeps getting confused during Lupa's "slow motion dramatic music zoom-in" running gag. The second time she does it, during the zoom, you can see him give her a bewildered look.
- Also, this exchange at the beginning:
- The entire review was hysterical because their personalities are almost complete opposites. Snob ALWAYS looks pissed off and has nothing but contempt for the movie whereas Lupa is constantly into the movie and enjoying it because of its shoddy quality. This is best shown with the dramatic zoom-in where Snob just looks annoyed by the entire routine.
- The Bimbos B.C. review with Linkara involves 90's Kid and 80's Dan meeting and deciding to trade Coke 2 for New Coke, the Ninja-Style Dancer engaging Kung Tai Ted in a dance battle, Harvey Finevoice and Vic agreeing to sing a Tony Bennett song, and ends with this exchange:Linkara: Ever think the characters on our shows are kinda weird?Snob: Yes.
Linkara: "Space Lancer Steve?"Snob: "What're you looking at me for? He was your fucking idea..."
- After the video 'ends', The Snob has literally made up a character for the expressed purpose of creating a crossover counterpart to Linkara's Unfraggable Ensign Munro. Complete with quite possibly the crappiest costume the Snob has ever thrown together:
Insano: Ugh... why do people always want to hit me? Aaaah!(Gets hit by a comic thrown by the Snob)Snob: I feel power that I've never felt before...
- Also, after the character "Doc" in the film mentions how scientists exploited the common people during a nuclear war, Doctor Insano appears to gloat... until Linkara and Snob drive him off by throwing comics at him.
- The Snob posted Part 1 of Suburban Knights on his website - but with the following plot synopsis:"When two insurance company employees are invited to their boss's beach house for the weekend, the two are in for quite a surprise when they find their boss dead, and must keep his body a secret from the rest of the party goers."
Part 2: A tough cop is given his most difficult assignment: masquerade as a a kindergarten teacher in order to find a drug dealer.Part 3: When a boy wishes to be big at a magic wish machine, he wakes up the next morning and finds himself in an adult body overnight.Part 4: A large Halloween mask-making company has plans to kill millions of American children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks.Part 6: A slightly disturbed and painfully shy young girl is sent away to summer camp with her cousin. Not long after their arrival, things start to go horribly wrong as campers turn up murdered in grisly fashions.Part 7: A socially awkward health club employee falls into a barrel of toxic waste at the hands of psychopathic bullies, then grows super human strength to become the Avenger his small town has been praying for.
- And it continues with the other parts.
- Some of his contributions to Pushing Up Roses's It Came From the Desert LP are gold.
- During the cameo-laded Moulin Rouge! review by The Nostalgia Critic, Brad's contribution is... a three second cameo calling out "What the hell?" when the Critic says that Brad's film Paranoia is a Guilty Pleasure.
- In his commentary for the episode, Doug Walker said that it was one of his favorite moments.
- In Tromeo and Juliet, Oancitizen making up more Shakespeare Parallel Porn Titles. With the Snob saying one exists.
- Especially when Oan suggests Glory Hole Anus as a Coriolanus reference and the Snob has trouble keeping a straight face.
- "Wild guess: I believe she's afraid of men".
- Oan failing to recognize a room full of Troma Shout Outs, and the Death Glare the Snob gives him.
- Snob's stunned disbelief that the movie actually foreshadowed the effects of Juliet's potion via subtle motif.
- Oan pointing out the Fridge Logic in the Snob knowing so much about Troma movies despite being, well, a snob. He shushes him.
- After the final plot twist, Oan gets a Snob-like Better by a Different Name moment by saying the film would have worked better as a production of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore. And then both realize that the idea has potential.
- While explaining the wave of Shakespeare adaptations during The '90s, Oan refers to William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet as "Romeo and Juliet with seizures."
- Snob calling Oan 'mini-me' when Kyle is taller than Brad.
- Now with To Boldly Flee coming out, Brad once again puts fake plot synopsis's above the video.Part 1: When a loving husband and father loses his job, he agrees to stay home and take care of the house, while his wife gets a job, all to hilarious results!Part 2: On a long distance train trip, a man finds romance, but also witness a dead man being thrown from the train. When no one believes him, he attempts to solve the mystery himself with the help of a wise cracking car thief.Part 3: A storekeeper summons a gigantic vengeance demon to destroy a group of teenagers who killed his son in a motorcycle accident.Part 4: Two truck driving southerners accept a bet by a couple of big shot tycoons to bootleg a truckload of Coors beer across several states within 24 hours. But what they didn't count on was a runaway bride, and a hot pursuit by a pesky sheriff!Part 5: The wife of a sadistic crime boss becomes bored with her husband and has an affair with a well read bookseller. But when the husband finds out, the story unfolds into a tale of murder, revenge, and cannibalism.Part 6: The CIA asks for an ex-spy's help in saving the world from a madwoman who is brainwashing small animals into killing people.Part 7: A husband and wife are sucked into a hellish TV and have to survive a gauntlet of twisted versions of television shows they become trapped in.
- With the 5th Anniversary Special, here are the following fake plot synopsis to the shorts:Dragonbored: When an ex-con and an ex-cop can't have a child together, they help themselves to one of another family's quintuplets, causing their lives to become more complicated than they anticipated!Dragged In: A top Russian ballet dancer, who defected to the US, crash lands in his own country. The KGB throws him in Siberia to live with an American expatriate and his Russian wife as a way to convince him to stay in his homeland.The Reviewers: A coke head cop is brought out of suspension in order to trail a local prostitute who may become the next victim of a serial killer known as The Scalper.Internet Dating And Me: A sleazy businessman plans on murdering his wife, but upon returning home, he finds that she has already been kidnapped by a young couple who he previously screwed over; though instead of paying the ransom he revels in the delight that she is now gone.The Dark Side of the Internet: Two garbage men find the body of a dead politician on their route. With the help of an intense Vietnam vet, a sexy neighbor lady, and a pizza man who they've kidnapped, the garbage men do their best to crack the case and protect the environment!
- In the Myra Breckinridge review with Diamanda Hagan:
"I'm not short. You're just Richard Kiel!"
- Both doing an escalating contest of reviewed movies (including bonding over both reviewing Child Bride). Even funnier due to Diamanda towering over him.
Rusty: The whole idea makes me wanna puke! A man should act like a man! Do you know what I mean?
- When "Minuetto" plays, Diamanda is quick to add "And now it's time for Bum Reviews..."
- The reactions to the nonsensical cuts to older movies, such as a Description Cut to Film Brain and Ed Wood saying he could make a whole movie out of stock footage.
- This cameo.
Doug Walker in his couch: OH HELL YEAH! Watching an eighty-year old in a sequined dress singing show tunes! Manly! (gobbles up Fritos)
- After the anal dildo rape, Brad and Diamanda get up and dress like a post-coitus couple. Diamanda puts on a balloon hat which remains for the rest of the review... and Brad thinks it's over, but discovers there are 25 minutes left.
- Mae West's musical number, rescored to "Move Your Dead Bones".
- The Human Tornado with Bennett the Sage, in response to the film's Big Bad "Racist Kenny Rogers":Snob: You know, for a racist, scum-sucking, shit brick, this guy has the best smile. It almost makes me not want to introduce him to the business end of a shovel!
Funny / The Cinema Snob Crossovers