- Funny Moments:
- During the "It's a Small World" video, Tony rants about his hatred of the ride for so long that by the end, Spazz has grown a long gray beard and is later replaced with a cartoon skeleton with a brown wig and glasses.
- The "Yellow Submarine" parody in his "Submarine Voyage" video.
- Hayley demonstrating the basics of the Tower of Terror.Spazz: I like where this is going.
- Spazz with an Un-Smile after riding the ride, due to his fear of big drops.Spazz: You happy Hayley?! I rode it!
- In his "Food and Facades of Springfield" video, 2019 Spazz time-travels to 2020. He returns traumatized, wearing a surgical mask, hugging a pack of toilet paper, and freaking out when Zach offers him a Corona beer.
- USH's Megatron order's Starscream to kill Spazz and attack his Youtube channel.
- During the Supercharged video, Spazz depicts the producers of The Fast and the Furious as a pair of Hive Mind clones. Displeased with the current attraction, they demand "What Pete got" (an immersive 3-D ride).
- Hayley's Karen-like "noise complaint" during the Supercharged video.
- The "dramatic reenactment" of Walt Disney persuading Jack Wrather to build the Disneyland Hotel, which is just people pulling a screaming Tony back into a room as he tries to run away.
- Heartwarming Moments:
- So many of them happen in his Universal Studios Hollywood retrospective:, including the way he handles the 2008 fire that destroyed much of the backlot, including the King Kong attraction, and the park's subsequent recovery.
- Once the An American Tail music plays in this series, heralding the eponymous stage show, he rather unsuccessfully tries to hold back his tears. It isn't until he hears the words "Beneath the pale moonlight" in "Somewhere Out There" that he begins to lose it. Rightfully so.
- At the end of his series, Spazz and Haley announce that they got married.
- Spazz explaining the various reasons why Space Mountain was, for a time, his #1 favorite (even though it's only #2 now, and the Halloween variant "Ghost Galaxy" is now Spazz's new #1). Crosses over into Tear Jerker territory because one of the reasons is that it reminded him of his late mother. We also see a montage of ride photos of him riding with his brother, his reviewer friends, and Haley.
- Haley using the Power of Love to free Spazz from Saevio in the Creature From The Black Lagoon: The Musical review.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: One of Spazz's biggest praises for Soarin is that its one of the only cases in a ride in which nothing goes horribly wrong. Shortly after the video was uploaded, Pandora The World of Avatar opened in which the big E-Ticket, Flight of Passage, nothing goes wrong.
- Old Shame:
- Spazz Meets Chick. Don't ask.
- In his ''Spazz Reacts to 9 Years of RBG Productions'' video, Spazz remarks that one particular video from his show's first season (which he does not name) that his fans wanted him to react to is 'no more'. Spazz then notes that he's glad that this is the case because he believes that showing the video in any way would result in him losing his audience because the mindset that he was in when he made it is now heavily dated.
- He's also stopped using his old "Spazzmaster" nickname after learning that "Spazz" is an ableist slur.
- Tear Jerker:
- The fall of Corriganville due to a mix of legal and personal issues.
- The "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue to the major players in the Corriganville drama. Ray's wife Rita married Moses "Bud" Stiltz, who shot and killed Carl Switzer of The Little Rascals fame in a dispute over a hunting dog. They divorced in 1967. Ray himself remarried in 1957 but would divorce again in 1967.
- Spazz saying how The Fast and the Furious: Supercharged has killed his love for the Universal Studios Tram Tour, something that he has loved since childhood and sparked his passion for learning the park's history. He doesn't sound angry, just sad and resigned.
YMMV / RBG Productions