Ryan's line in Two-Line Vocabulary was supposed to be "Should I Use My Gun?" However, at one point in the game, he gets away with saying "Should I SHOOT My Gun?"
Not a goof, but a nitpick.
In "World's Worst Neighbor," there's a part where Drew steps off the step and Wayne immediately hits the buzzer as a direct slam. Afterwards the audience starts booing at Wayne for buzzing Drew out. HOWEVER in a previous episode (I don't remember which one), they did "World's Worst Priest or Rabbi," and Colin stepped down and Wayne immediately hit the buzzer, but this time the audience laughed, cheered and, applauded, rather than booing. Let me get this straight, it's okay for Wayne to slam Colin, but it isn't okay for Wayne to slam Drew? That doesn't seem right ...
(in Questions Only)
Ryan: (singing and playing piano) Where Have All The Buffalo Gone? Where Have All The Buffalo Gone?
Colin: Don't you know any other songs?
Ryan: What would you like to hear?
Colin: Do You Know The Way To San Jose?
Ryan: (singing) Who Let The Dogs Out? (barks)
Colin: What? What, what, what what?
Drew: The points are like that Beanie Baby you paid $10,000 for.
(during World's Worst)
Ryan: I need to borrow a shovel, and if you hear anything tonight, ignore it.
Drew: Heidy-ho, Tim.
Colin: Here's $100, do a hoedown.
Ryan: I got a new stereo. Hope you like Michael Bolton.
Colin: Do you have any plutonium?
Drew: Oh, me? I'm a jackhammer tester.(buzz) That would be a bad guy to live next door to, huh? A jackhammer tester. (buzz) 'Cause he'd be playing a jackhammer, and he's gonna do his jackhammer all *bleep* day!
Ryan: Excuse me, I'm tapped into your cable. Would you mind switching to channel 8?
Ryan: (in Infomercial) We offer the Fun Oopie-Doopie Torniquet!
Drew: Two-Line Vocabulary, or as we like to call it, the Drive-Your-Wife-Crazy Game.
Drew(coming out of a break): If you're watching us on a rerun, hi again!
(Infomercial, Colin has the rubber wig on):
Ryan: Excuse me, five minutes, Miss Reno.
(During Questions Only)
Jeff: Have you ever seen 10-gallon pants before?
Wayne: Have you ever seen a four-gallon butt before?
The Greatest Hits, Songs Of The Motorcycle, was also used in Episode 162/Show 426. Also, Ryan introduced each song, the first time one or the other did all the introductions.
Everyone liked the word bawdy in the description, because they used it a lot in Questions Only.