- From the episode "Katnappe!" If this isn't a masturbation joke i don't know what is.
Jack Spicer: I thought we had a good thing going here Wuya, you sense the Shen Gong Wu i pick them up with my solid hands.
Katnappe: Uh, hello I've got hands TWO of them.
- From the episode "Bird of Paradise":
Jack Spicer: If anybody deserves the Bird, it's me!
- Likewise, from "Something Jermaine":
Jack Spicer: If anybody deserves the Golden Finger, it's me!
- From "The Year of the Green Monkey":
Omi: Now, if you all will kindly look away, I feel the urge to scratch in a place that I have never scratched before!
[Various monkey noises and oohing and oh yeahing accompanied by shots of the others face-faulting, including Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises, Head-Tiltingly Kinky, and Clay covering Kimiko's eyes with his hat.]
- Omi's Blunt Metaphors Trauma can do this sometimes.
Omi: I am in heat!
Raimundo: No, Omi, you're "on fire"!
- In "The Demon Seed," Master Fung, Dojo, Kimiko, and Clay get turned into plants. While Raimundo and Omi are tending to them, Omi grabs some kind of apple from Clay's belt area and eats it, causing the horrified cowboy to protest, "Be careful what you go pluckin' there, partner!"
- In "The Return of Master Monk Guan", the Treasure of the Blind Swordsman summons a swarm of bats that then proceed to crap onto the monks. Incidentally, more paranoid viewers may note that bat shit is called "guano", especially since Raimundo calls Master Monk Guan "guano man" later in the episode.
- Dojo's numerous (not so) Ambiguously Gay moments, including pretty much anything involving Master Fung and that scene where he and Chucky Choo hug in a bathtub.
- "In The Flesh" has a really subtle one in which Omi, sitting behind Kimiko, has a wide grin on his face while they're riding on Dojo. If you pay close attention, you'll notice that he seems to be getting a nice view up her skirt.
- How does human!Wuya wake Jack up while he's suntanning in his boxers? She pours a cup of water right on his crotch. Jack's girly screams do not help in any way.
- From the YouTube comments for "Dreamscape," you wouldn't think Jack Spicer is just going inside Kimiko's head with the Shadow of Fear... or that he does the same with Raimundo, Clay, and Omi in the same scene. Seeing him looming over them asleep certainly doesn't help matters, nor the cackling when he enters through the ear as mist, nor the way they start tossing and moaning "No, no, no"... Oh, right, and it's Mind Rape by nightmares. Great.