Toast of the Town: When the Mayor toaster is broken, he gives it to the Professor to fix, but he accidentally discovers the Professor's secret stash of Chemical X, believing it's a hair growth formula. Using it on himself, the Mayor grows to gigantic proportions.
Divide and Conquer: After stealing a tangerine and watching it split up into different pieces, the Amoeba Boys learn how to multiply and make duplicates of themselves.
Toast of the Town provides examples of:
- Affectionate Gesture to the Head: done by the professor to the mayor to console him about the broken toaster.
- Agony of the Feet: the giant Mayor first hurts his foot when attempting to kick down a rail bridge, and then gets a steel beam dropped onto it.
- Are We There Yet?: a variation, the Mayor keeps asking the professor if the toaster is fixed over and over.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: attack of the 50 foot Mayor.
- I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: Professor Utoniums reaction when the mayor wants him to fix his broaken toaster; Im a scientist, not a repairman.
- It's Quiet... Too Quiet: the professor gets suspicious when the Mayor stays quiet for way too long.
- "King Kong" Climb: the giant Mayor climbs a tall building like King Kong, with Mrs. Bellum in his hand.
- Make My Monster Grow: what Chemical X does to the Mayor.
- Magic Pants: the Mayors clothes grow with him.
- Obliviously Evil: the giant mayor has no idea how much harm his actions cause to Townsville and its citizens.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: when the professor finally gets fed up by the Mayors Manchild antics, he openly calls him out on it and finished by calling the Mayor a baby. It doesnt end well.
- What Does This Button Do?: said word for word by the mayor, just before he pushes a button that clearly has a label do not touch! above it. It causes a massive explosion.
Divide and Conquer provides examples of:
- And There Was Much Rejoicing: the Amoeba Boys are more than happy that the girls are after them, since it means they finally made it big as criminals .
- Eureka Moment: The Amoeba Boys get the idea to multiply from seeing an orange they stole earlier fall into pieces.
- Everybody Hates Mathematics: Buttercup surely does.
- Foreshadowing: the wanted poster of the Rowdyruff Boys shows them with their new hair styles from after HIM resurrected them, which will not happen for at least 2 more episodes.
- Fusion Dance: the girls force all the Amoeba boys and their clones to recombine into one, restoring them to just the original 3.
- "Wanted!" Poster: Sedusa, The Rowdyruff Boys, and the Gangrene Gang all have cameos this way at the start of the episode. By the end of the episode, the Amoeba boys get their own, much to their joy. Unfortuantely for them, they quickly get pasted over with posters of Mojo Jojo.
- Send in the Clones: the Amoeba Boys find out how they can make many copies of themselves.