Something worth noting here is that although this may be some sort of freaky shit show, Madness Expurgation brings out a really important element you rarely ever see in the series. The film gave a chance to show more humanity in the characters than any other episode; specifically, that humanity comes from none other than Sanford.
It's not exactly obvious at first, but you can see in Sanford's actions that he doesn't want to be in The Auditor's hell fighting Tricky. When he's launched a mile away, it's very clear he's frustrated when he supposedly yells and then slams his fist. This sort of emotion, or even any other emotion is extremely non-present in any other Madness film, with the exceptions being Deimos fooling around. Sanford is frustrated, angry, unsure of what to do, but most importantly: he's afraid. He shows his fear, unlike any other character.
As for Hank, he's been probably been through this song and dance before, since he's died numerous times. It was nice of you to put in this detail Krinkels, I'm sure your greatness will expand this detail even more in the future