- Crosses the Line Twice: Absolutely. Many of Kenny's dialogue was basically this, given he was the jokester to Vic's Straight Man.
- Chief Otto Parts. His dialogue rarely went outside of "Hi-How-Are-Ya?" (Spoken in a chant).
- There is always a mentally challenged contestant. You can tell by three defining aspects: 1) they are Always Male, 2) they always have a high-pitched wailing/screaming and 3) they always fail at the challenge.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: Jeffrey Thomer from Desperate Housewives vs Ultimate Fighting Champs. For the judges/hosts themselves, many liked field reporter Guy LeDouche and field marshal Captain Tenneal. On a lesser scale, you have Chief Otto Parts and Guy's extended family (Goon, Gay, etc.)
- Genius Bonus: Episodes involving teams drawn from entertainment — The World of James Bond, Desperate Housewives, Las Vegas, NASCAR, Jackass, etc. — are funnier the more familiar you are with the material in question.
- Ho Yay: Vic and Kenny have this during the "Couples" episode, when Kenny points out that they're like a couple - much to Vic's continued chagrin.
- Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: Captain Tenneal once complained to the competitors before they started about how trivialized the sanctity of marriage has become:
YMMV / Most Extreme Elimination Challenge