- Acceptable Targets: Politicians. The Forces parodies have caricatures of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump getting into all sorts of antics.
- Critical Research Failure: The end of "Adventure" has Roger repeat the common misconception that Chaos and Tikal Died Happily Ever After at the end of the game. This wouldn't be so bad if Roger hadn't previously done an animation on Sonic Battle, one that explicitly called attention to the fact Chaos was still around post-Adventure. Incidentally, he had used a different misconception there: that Chaos was re-sealed back in the Master Emerald.
- Crosses the Line Twice: The depiction of the Chao massacre in "Adventure" manages to be somehow hilarious and somewhat tragic all at the same time, as the adorably cute Chao are curb-stomped by a bunch of moronic warriors screaming in ridiculous voices. You end up getting Mood Whiplash several times over.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: At the end of "Riders", Jet declares that he will never appear in any Sonic game again. Then Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity was announced. So many people pointed this out to Roger that he got fed up and made a parody of Zero Gravity just to shut them up. That parody actually preempted this trope, with Wave making the same declaration followed by "The End?" and a shot of Roger's fans glaring expectantly at him. Sure enough, Sonic Free Riders was announced, and Roger had to make a parody of that, too. Even if the Sonic Riders brand was killed due to Free Riders' bad reception, Jet and Wave still appear in party games like Sonic and Mario at the Olympic Games, meaning Roger was dead wrong.
- Take That, Scrappy!: The entire premise of Rush Adventure is Sonic and Blaze making Marine suffer for her bossy attitude by pointing out that as the captain, she should be doing all the fights and dangerous platforming. However, this backfired as Marine Took a Level in Badass and ended up giving them menial chores.
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