- Alternate Character Interpretation: Whether Aaron Green's hesitance to party is because he is attempting to remain professional and watchful of his charge or is he too socially awkward to party?
- Awesome Music: Infant Sorrow's songs alternate between catchy, hilarious, or both."We got The CLAP!"
- Furry Walls is just fucking awesome.Furry Walls, turn out the light!Furry Walls, please stay the night.
- Going Up + Bangers, Beans & Mash are fantastic enough on their own, but they're just amazing when played back-to-back.For my Ma who's always honoured me I'm Going Down, Down, Down...For my Pa who never wanted me, can you feel what's going on?
- Don't forget the songs that are downright Tearjerkers. Like Searching for a Father.
- It makes sense that the music is awesome when you take into account that they had help from the likes of Jarvis Cocker and Carl Barât.
- Furry Walls is just fucking awesome.
- Crosses the Line Twice: African Child, and many other Aldous Snow songs. His ex's songs as well.
- The music video for "I Am Jesus."
- The entire Las Vegas party.
- Sarah Marshall's new show, where she plays a blind doctor. The opening credits are in English and braille.
- Ear Worm: "I've the clap! You've got the clap!" Or, "Stroke the furry wall!"
- Pretty much all of the Infant Sorrow songs are these: "Why won't you call and come home? Please call and come home..." & "Can you hear what's going on? I'm comin up...I'm comin' up...I'm comin' up...I'm comin' u-u-u-u-up!"
- Also, both Jackie Q's songs are incredibly catchy.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: P. Diddy's turn as deranged record exec Sergio Roma, to the degree that some are clamoring to give ''him'' a spinoff!
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Sergio claims his financial situation is fine, because he owns 21 franchises of Koo Koo Roo. Koo Koo Roo would be completely out of business a mere 4 years after the films release.
- Ho Yay / Ambiguously Bi: In one of the party montage scenes, Aldous is seen briefly snogging a man. In another, he and Aaron are leaving a gay bar. Aldous also seems pretty comfortable with having a threesome with another man, and some lyrics in some of his songs could be interpreted to be about gay sex. Finally, he flirts with Aaron and winks before he goes on stage for the concert. Conversely, he does react with considerable horror and disgust when Aaron kisses him during their threesome with Daphne.
- Moral Event Horizon: Sergio Roma crosses this when he tries to get Aaron Green to give Aldous painkillers for his broken arm, rather than cancelling the concert and getting him proper medical attention.
- One-Scene Wonder: Aziz Ansari as one of Aaron's co-workers, who informs him of the after-party for Jay-Z's new single that he missed."I was doin' lines off some girls' titties! [...] I woke up with glitter on my dick!"
- Not quite one scene, but the hotel employee Aaron goes with to find Heroin steals the scene completely
- Pharrell Williams and his (not gangsta) pink polo shirt.
- Sarah Marshall
- Retroactive Recognition: Ellie Kemper is seen at Sergio's meeting.
- What Do You Mean, It's Not Political?: "Funny in'nt? You get rich, and everything comes free."
- You Look Familiar: Most obviously, Jonah Hill's main character is different than the guy he played in Sarah Marshall, but Carla Gallo (the "Gag Me" girl) here plays Destiny, and Da'Vone Mcdonald, the bartender Dwayne in the first movie, plays Sergio's security guard.
- Destiny & The "Gag Me" Girl are (probably) the same person.
- Dwayne does mention he moved from South Central LA to Oahu in Sarah Marshall, so the security guard (who is based in LA) could be his twin brother or something.
YMMV / Get Him to the Greek