Stuff that was so funny it made you laugh til your stomach hurt
but it's a moment in time and rewatching it is just not the same. Still funny but not gut busting funny. This first clip from Curb Your Enthusiasm had me falling off the sofa and laughing til I cried and the giggling for another 10 minutes. Don't know why, it just did.
I'm sure this has happened to everyone. If so post it.
|by Anonymous||reply 316||06/18/2020|
Just about every episode of Strangers With Candy did that for me. There were a few side splittingly funny moments per episode.
There's an Australian show called Summer Heights High that aired on HBO a little over a decade ago and it was the same way. So many funny moments throughout. This scene really had me grabbing my stomach in pain from laughing so hard.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||04/21/2020|
Fawlty Towers, The Health Inspector gets me every time.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||04/21/2020|
Kath & Kim did that for me. A lot of very funny jokes that had me rolling, but now you know the punchline so it's not as funny as the first time
|by Anonymous||reply 4||04/21/2020|
"Jane, you ignorant slut!" still makes me laugh when I think about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||04/21/2020|
So life like, That is the exact look I would have expected to be on the face of someone having sex with Larry.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||04/21/2020|
The "Flamboyant Child" episode of [italic]Curb Your Enthusiasm[/italic] is the funniest thing I've ever seen on television. Larry David is a genius.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||04/21/2020|
Parts of the movie Pure Luck, with Martin Short.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||04/21/2020|
Susie was certainly pissed during this episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm
|by Anonymous||reply 10||04/21/2020|
Mrs. Slocombe's pussy never gets old.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||04/21/2020|
Mrs.Slocombe is hilarious
|by Anonymous||reply 12||04/21/2020|
Curb Your Enthusiasm is full of truly funny moments.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||04/21/2020|
The first season of the Windsors had some very funny moments as well. The subsequent seasons were clever but not as funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||04/21/2020|
The dance to the Marillion song "Lavender" from "Nighty Night", during which Jill first sets eyes on the neighbor she will stalk for the duration of the series:
|by Anonymous||reply 15||04/21/2020|
Tootsie: "You slut."
I saw this in the theater. The audience lost it, including me.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||04/21/2020|
A Fish Called Wanda: Michael Palin plays an animal-love hitman who has been trying to kill an old lady who witnessed a crime. She goes outside to walk her dogs. Time after time, he tries to kill her and instead kills one of the dogs, causing him psychic trauma, until . . .
|by Anonymous||reply 18||04/21/2020|
Tootsie had some great lines. Some of the funniest were from Sydney Pollack.
"Oh, MIchael, I begged you to get therapy".
|by Anonymous||reply 19||04/24/2020|
So much of Mommie Dearest. I saw it in London when I was about 18 and had no idea so many people laughed at it in the USA. I told some American bitch who lived in London and she sneered that it was "fag humor" and that the fags all go and laugh at it. I HATE women like that. And they usually have gay friends. Two faced bitches.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||04/24/2020|
I just want to thank the OP for starting this thread. I really could use a little laughter right now. Thanks.
[quote] Parts of the movie Pure Luck, with Martin Short.
I thought I was the only one who saw that movie! When Martin Short is having an allergic reaction in the small plane, the cut shot to him blown up like a balloon and his deadpan, “Fine, thanks” made me piss myself with laughter.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||04/24/2020|
I was just going to post that exact scene r21! That made my brother and I laugh so freaking hard.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||04/24/2020|
I was JUST posting that, r23!
I got the dialogue wrong, he says, “Fine. And you?”
Still funny as fuck.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||04/24/2020|
The zipper scene in Theres Something About Mary. This was one of my favorite movie going experiences because the whole theatre was laughing hysterically together. It was great.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||04/24/2020|
R23, some of the throw away lines in that movie still crack me up:
“Your water looked tasty.”
|by Anonymous||reply 26||04/24/2020|
I was working at a movie theatre when Eddie Murphy’s The Nutty Professor came out. I had the dinner scene timed from the run time and would always dip into the theatre to enjoy that with the audience.
“Mike Douglas used to make me moist.”
|by Anonymous||reply 27||04/24/2020|
The whole Ab Fab episode in Morocco was hilarious
Agee with the flamboyant child episode of Curb. This season when Larry kicked a Scooter was hilarious because one fell on me once and I’ve done the same when they were crowded at an entrance I was trying to go through
|by Anonymous||reply 29||04/24/2020|
And this one from Frasier:
|by Anonymous||reply 31||04/24/2020|
Pretty much every scene in Airplane.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||04/24/2020|
BestofNextDoor's twitter feed kept me up until 3am and laughing so hard I wept. Possibly because I've been getting into stupid ND fights with my dumb neighbors since lockdown.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||04/24/2020|
And, because I'm easily amused, this video of a chicken wearing blue pants had me in stitches the first time I saw it.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||04/24/2020|
R34, easily amused?
I never saw anything like that and couldn’t stop laughing before I even played the clip!
Bravo, sir! Well done.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||04/24/2020|
Groucho's great dance with two partners in 'A Day at the Races.' Neither he nor Margaret Dumont has ever been funnier.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||04/24/2020|
R19, for me it was "You were a tomato! A tomato doesn't have logic!"
|by Anonymous||reply 37||04/24/2020|
Talking of wonderfully funny Frazier scenes, the Valentine’s Day one where Niles is ironing his trousers always gets me. I can’t seem to find a decent quality clip of it.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||04/24/2020|
The party scene from "What's Up, Doc."
|by Anonymous||reply 41||04/24/2020|
Mary Astor's big entrance scene at the yacht club in "The Palm Beach Story."
Another vote for the flamboyant child episode from "Curb Your nthusiasm," especially the moment when Susie unfolds the pillow sham he gave her and discovers it's a purple swastika on a teal background.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||04/24/2020|
"Curb Your Enthusiasm is full of truly funny moments."
Usually when Suzie is going off on Larry and/or Jeff.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||04/24/2020|
I miss Summer Heights High. That comedian is very talented. I forget his name. Chris something.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||04/24/2020|
R7, I completely agree. I've probably watched that scene over 100 times and laugh every time. "Get a Life Jews!"
|by Anonymous||reply 46||04/24/2020|
I couldn't stop laughing, R34! Another one for the "easily amused"
|by Anonymous||reply 47||04/24/2020|
Larry and Susie are always funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||04/24/2020|
[quote]I miss Summer Heights High. That comedian is very talented. I forget his name. Chris something.
Chris Lilley. God, I miss that show!
|by Anonymous||reply 49||04/24/2020|
"Your perverse fat fuck manager, you know what he makes me do? He violates me Larry, he defiles me. At night."
|by Anonymous||reply 50||04/24/2020|
What's weird is that although many of the funniest scenes I've ever seen on TV are from CYE, many scenes from that show 9especially ones about how petty and annoying Larry can be) just fall flat for me and make me hate Larry. It is the most uneven show I've ever seen, I think.
But the swastika pillow sham scene and the "beloved cunt" scene are two of the funniest things I've ever seen.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||04/24/2020|
This one with Loni Love and future oscar-winner Monique.
"I ain't slapped a bitch in 2 weeks!"
|by Anonymous||reply 55||04/24/2020|
Will never not be funny, esp. starting :55:
|by Anonymous||reply 56||04/24/2020|
Jerry Seinfeld has never been funnier than that reaction shot he has in r52. Hysterical.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||04/24/2020|
"Which one of these buttons is to call your parents to pick you up?"
|by Anonymous||reply 59||04/24/2020|
R7 needed a gay child actor.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||04/24/2020|
Chuck Klosterman's answer to this NYT question:
[bold][quote]You’re organizing a literary dinner party. Which three writers, dead or alive, do you invite?[/bold]
[quote]I have a lot of issues with this question. I realize the purpose of the hypothetical is to reflect some deeper insight into the subject’s aesthetic sensibility, but I can’t help but take it literally. First of all, I have several friends who have coincidentally written books, and some of these friends I haven’t seen in years. I would obviously prefer having dinner with three old friends as opposed to three famous strangers, regardless of how talented they were as writers. Over the past 20 years, I’ve often found myself in professional situations where I’ve had to have dinner with arbitrary collections of random authors, many of whom were nice and a few of whom are brilliant. Yet the experience itself is almost always uncomfortable. It seems like the first half of dinner involves everybody trying too hard to be overly complimentary to everyone else at the table, and then the second half of dinner is just people complaining about how they don’t sell enough books or make enough money. It never feels like a real conversation unless everyone at the table is drunk. Moreover, the fact that this proposed scenario involves the possibility of selecting guests who are “dead or alive” really forces my hand. It seems insane to pick any living person if dead people are eligible. There is no author alive who’s a fraction as compelling as any dead garbageman, and there’s no theoretical discussion about the craft of writing that would be half as interesting as asking “What was it like to die?” to someone who could respond authoritatively to that query. The only problem is that dead people might not understand what was going on, why they were suddenly alive, or why they were being forced to make conversation with some bozo at a weird dinner party. They might just sit there and scream for two hours. And even if they kept it together, I’m sure they’d be highly distracted. If I invite Edgar Allan Poe to dinner, it seems possible he’d spend the whole time expressing amazement over the restaurant’s air conditioning.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||04/24/2020|
I realize I am in the minority and thinking this clip is funny. I posted it on another thread a couple of days ago.
It is a boating accident but all seven of the people lived with no major injuries.
The driver of the boat (in addition to being an idiot) maintained such a rigid posture while flying through the air that he looked like a mannequin.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||04/24/2020|
This always makes me howl!
The people’s REACTION in the aftermath! It’s like you can study each one’s flustered, drawn out reaction...a million little soap operas.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||04/24/2020|
Hilarious, R64. I love that when they propped Jesus back up his head was gone LOL.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||04/24/2020|
To the people who love Chris Lilley and “Summer Heights High”:
He has a series called “Lunatics” and it’s on Netflix now. Hurry up and watch it before those idiots yank it. The best character is Gavin. I LOVE his naughty teen boys. Second best are his delusional teen girls.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||04/24/2020|
r 52 the first time I saw that I was falling out of my chair. Larry David is the funniest man alive.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||04/24/2020|
R63, that’s horrific, actually. And what happened to pink bikini’s finger?
I hope the driver of that boat was good and hurt. What an idiot. And none of them wearing life jackets.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||04/24/2020|
The Curb episode I liked the most was with the religious Jews who he was trying to win favor with in order to get the doctor to treat his friend. Getting stuck on the ski lift with the religious daughter and all he had to eat was the edible underwear. Cheryl cooking bacon at their ski lodge "Bury the plates!"
|by Anonymous||reply 69||04/24/2020|
All of AbFab.
The writing was smart and razor-sharp.
America could never have handled it.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||04/24/2020|
AbFab was a big hit in America.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||04/24/2020|
[quote]America could never have handled it.
They handled it fine and the humor was very hit & miss.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||04/24/2020|
"I think there's been a rape up there." And the reactions...it makes me almost cry every single time.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||04/24/2020|
I almost suffocate from laughter each time I watch this scene.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||04/24/2020|
R7 The boy reminds me of the one in this short film. Very funny but very dark and very unpc.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||04/24/2020|
I have never seen Curb Your Enthusiasm, but the itchy pussy and gay kid clips had me howling. I love how the kid said ‘dorothy’ when Larry asked him which costume he was going to make. And then the ‘thank you lord’ ‘thank you lord? Thank you Larry’ exchange.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||04/24/2020|
r76 you should check it out. Curb Your Enthusiasm has some of the funniest stuff that ever been on television.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||04/24/2020|
Debbie Downer does Disney World
|by Anonymous||reply 78||04/24/2020|
Irish trio Foil, Arms and Hog. I cracked up at "Christmas" and couldn't stop laughing.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||04/24/2020|
That Debbie Downer thing got old after about 2 minutes.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||04/24/2020|
The first time I saw this I even cried with laughter.
The whole movie is very funny, but this is the most hilarous part.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||04/24/2020|
HBO's 'Getting On' with Laurie Metcalf, Neicy Nash, and Alex Borstein seemed to have come and gone without much notice but it had some hysterically funny episodes. Especially the ones with Varla, a homeless bipolar old lady with a filthy mouth. I'm crying watching this clip!
|by Anonymous||reply 84||04/24/2020|
Fuck you, you car wash cunt slayed me.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||04/24/2020|
Getting On was hilarious, I don't know why it didn't get more attention. The original British version was a riot too.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||04/24/2020|
Just about every episode of Reno911! But Terry will always be my favorite.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||04/24/2020|
R91 I forgot about that - hilarious
|by Anonymous||reply 92||04/24/2020|
Coming out scene from Another Gay Movie.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||04/24/2020|
"Curb Your Enthusiasm is full of truly funny moments."
I've never once laughed- and I loved Seinfeld. Every 'joke' is a lead balloon.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||04/24/2020|
I hated Seinfeld and the cast were so fugly.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||04/24/2020|
[quote]Just about every episode of Reno911! But Terry will always be my favorite.
Never seen that before. Looks like very adolescent humor.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||04/24/2020|
[quote] BestofNextDoor's twitter feed kept me up until 3am and laughing so hard I wept.
r33, thank you for posting that. I can't stop reading it and laughing like a maniac!
|by Anonymous||reply 97||04/24/2020|
The prank calls starring Dr. Phil, made with his quotes from his show. This one (linked below) is the funniest one. Every few months or so, I revisit it, and I laugh until my cheeks and stomach hurt.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||04/24/2020|
"Gods Must Be Crazy" at 5:37
|by Anonymous||reply 99||04/24/2020|
From VEEP: the "Helsinki" episode where the brilliant deadpan comic actress who plays the Finnish prime minister exchanges gifts with Selina in front of the press.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||04/24/2020|
Still classic. Who'da thought "ANTM" would provide it.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||04/24/2020|
The "Super Showcase" sketch on SNL, which made everyone visibly break (except Vanessa Bayer, who almost keeps it together).
I think what really makes them laugh the hardest are the names and slogans of the gift sponsors.
"If Your Man Likes Chicken, He Might Like Chicken Man®!"
|by Anonymous||reply 102||04/24/2020|
Kathleen Madigan talks about taking her mother to Paris.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||04/24/2020|
This one never gets old for me: 2 hamsters 1 wheel
|by Anonymous||reply 104||04/24/2020|
Larry David is not very funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||04/24/2020|
The Frasier ski lodge episode was hilarious.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||04/24/2020|
Frasier and Niles go into a gay bar.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||04/24/2020|
“Getting On” was such a brilliant awesome series. Such a shame it didn’t get attention. Writing and acting were genius. Meaningful funny insightful,
|by Anonymous||reply 108||04/24/2020|
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. I've never laughed so much during one movie.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||04/24/2020|
Thanks r110, that made ME cry a little tear.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||04/24/2020|
The sex scene in The Bronze. How this movie isn't a DL classic, I'll never know.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||04/24/2020|
[quote]There's an Australian show called Summer Heights High that aired on HBO a little over a decade ago and it was the same way.
LOVED "Summer Heights High"! If you like his Ja'mie character, she also appears in "Ja'mie" and "We Can Be Heroes". I've got them all on dvd and they play great in my region-free player. I discovered Chris Lilley when I was into "Kath and Kim" and other Australian sit-coms.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/25/2020|
My favourites have already been mentioned - Curb, Summer Heights High and Frasier.
Some others that cracked me up - "Weekend at Bernie's," "Gimme, Gimme, Gimmie," "The Young Ones," "A New Leaf. "
Chris Lilley also did a very funny series about the Polynesian moron in Summer Heights High, "Jonah from Tonga."
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/25/2020|
Frasier really does have some of the funniest physical comedy, mostly thanks to David Hyde Pierce, and the various talented guest stars.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/25/2020|
[quote]Frasier really does have some of the funniest physical comedy, mostly thanks to David Hyde Pierce, and the various talented guest stars.
And Frasier himself, gurl.
That whole "gay" episode @ R107, was one of the very best.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||04/25/2020|
My only problem with Frasier was the way they demonised and ridiculed nearly all the women - Roz, Bibi, Lilith, Mel, Maris.
Millicent Martin was hilarious as Daphne's mother as was Stanley Tucci as her brother. John Mahoney had the greatest comic timing.
Curb was much better in the past, and this season was a disappointment. Everyone seems like a parody of themselves, eg, Larry, Susie and Leon.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||04/25/2020|
[quote]Curb was much better in the past, and this season was a disappointment. Everyone seems like a parody of themselves, eg, Larry, Susie and Leon.
After he dumped the wife it went downhill. He needed her as his str8 man. She was much more important than people realised. I loved when people would take offence at her because she was his wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||04/25/2020|
Kath & Kim is brilliant. The episode where Kath thinks Kim is a lesbian is genius.
They're also responsible for the following which has to be one of the best physical gags ever-
"I don't know why you don't just elope" "I can't elope, Kim" *takes melon out of fridge*
|by Anonymous||reply 120||04/25/2020|
Is this the cocksucker Residence?!
|by Anonymous||reply 121||04/25/2020|
I can’t find the clip on YouTube but there’s a scene in the movie, Hanky Panky, where Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner are passengers in a very small plane and the pilot starts loudly belching repeatedly. As it goes on and on, they go from uncomfortable shock and amusement to fighting fits of uncontrollable laughter in a way that is so damn funny and relatable. Of course, the pilot then dies and the scene gets even funnier from there.
Gilda Radner was a godsend.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||04/25/2020|
The dinner/farting scene in "The Nutty Professor" with Eddie Murphy.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/25/2020|
I laughed at Ruprecht in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||04/25/2020|
[quote] From VEEP: the "Helsinki" episode where the brilliant deadpan comic actress who plays the Finnish prime minister exchanges gifts with Selina in front of the press.
You know, years ago, when Angry Birds first came out I thought I read two Czech physics students developed the game. When Minna gave Selina the Angry Birds clock I said, “Hey that’s Czech, not Finnish!” but I looked it up & sure enough it’s a Finnish company. You learn something new every day.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||04/25/2020|
I think this might be the funniest scene in Roseanne.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||04/25/2020|
I always liked this one from Roseanne.
Is this the sink? Am I shrinking?!
|by Anonymous||reply 129||04/25/2020|
The My Neighbor is a Gargoyle thread from our very own DL. Classic.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||04/25/2020|
I got kicked out of the computer lab at school when a years ago for playing this over and over and roaring with laughter.
I don't know if it's because she says "If you want something to happen to you" and then she gets cut off mid-sentence. But I think it's hilarious even today.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||04/25/2020|
You guys are going to kill me. I’m laughing so hard I’m crying and I can’t touch my face!!
That dybeetus cat had me howling.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||04/25/2020|
Stanley Tucci was Daphne's brother?
|by Anonymous||reply 133||04/25/2020|
And then there's the Family Guy send-up of the clip that R63 posted.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||04/25/2020|
News anchor cracking up after tape stutters
|by Anonymous||reply 135||04/25/2020|
R135, thanks for reminding me of this classic! I laugh just thinking about the video.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||04/25/2020|
Toilet Death Ejector from SNL
|by Anonymous||reply 137||04/25/2020|
Kyle's Mom's a Bitch from Southpark
|by Anonymous||reply 138||04/25/2020|
South Park Nanny episode. All proper British nannies fail at training Cartman to be decent - until Caesar Milan treats him like a dog.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||04/25/2020|
R63 This is one of my all-time favorite insane videos...this is the first time I've seen the whole thing, past the acident. I love the guy in the back with the blue shirt...his head just keeps going slam...slam...slam. Hilariously stupid.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||04/25/2020|
The Simpsons: "Homer's Phobia"
|by Anonymous||reply 141||04/25/2020|
[quote]"I don't know why you don't just elope" "I can't elope, Kim" *takes melon out of fridge*
I completely agree! Whenever I talk to someone about "Kath and Kim" I always mention that bit!
Here is little baby Jesus...
|by Anonymous||reply 142||04/25/2020|
There are a few gems from MadTV that I regularly go back to, when I need a good laugh. Here's one, "Oprah's fat cam".
|by Anonymous||reply 143||04/25/2020|
[quote] Curb Your Enthusiasm is full of truly funny moments.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||04/25/2020|
This makes me like football!
|by Anonymous||reply 145||04/25/2020|
This scene with Mamie Van Doren from an otherwise forgettable film called Slackers.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||04/25/2020|
MTM: Chuckles Dies
Monty Python: The Holy Grail "What? The curtains?" (Link below.)
Pink Panther: "Does your dog bit?"
|by Anonymous||reply 147||04/25/2020|
Sorry, Anthony LaPaglia played Daphne's bother Simon.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||04/26/2020|
The first 35 seconds of this scene....
|by Anonymous||reply 149||04/26/2020|
In the theater, I was nearly literally rolling in the aisles at "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Noises Off," and "The TV Set."
|by Anonymous||reply 151||04/26/2020|
The woman having her period on Jonah Hill's thigh whilst dancing together in Superbad.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||04/26/2020|
The food poisoning scene in Bridesmaids
|by Anonymous||reply 153||04/26/2020|
Nathan For You. Even funnier knowing it's (mostly) real.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||04/26/2020|
Merry f**king Christmas
funny subtleties with the music to coincide with the politically incorrect lyrics
|by Anonymous||reply 158||04/26/2020|
M having a nervous breakdown in front of the dishwasher in The Hours.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||04/26/2020|
French & Saunders make fun of Warhol‘s ‘Factory’ scene.
|by Anonymous||reply 160||04/26/2020|
I did not know Tyra Banks could be funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 161||04/26/2020|
South Park gets a lot of shit here for being "homophobic", "right wing", etc. but it's had some genuinely hilarious stuff. They skewer everyone. The parodies of movies like Armegeddon, where Cartman has to save the town from hippies, are funny stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||04/26/2020|
I used to get annoyed by South Park in the 90s and think it was just offensive. Now I think it’s one of the funniest, smartest, wittiest shows on TV. Weird - not sure if I changed or the culture. But it’s one show I always laugh at and love their takes on popular culture.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||04/26/2020|
R149 the Prince part was good, but the Mark Curry slip around 1:42 was absolutely hysterical. I just watched it five times.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||04/26/2020|
This still makes me laugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||04/26/2020|
Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, check this out. Lots of people were offended by this.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||04/26/2020|
I can watch this episode hundred times. I know too many kids - and adults - like this.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||04/26/2020|
And the cure to all behavior of narcisstic, egocentric people
|by Anonymous||reply 168||04/26/2020|
The original Death At A Funeral was very funny- specifically the end part where the son was trying to read the eulogy. Peter Dinklage was great.
I haven’t seen the American remake, it might be just as funny, it I doubt it.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||04/26/2020|
R167 is the most SP I've ever watched. That was shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||04/26/2020|
Yoko Ono "singing" with John Lennon and Chuck Berry. The good part starts at 1:56.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||04/26/2020|
^Lord, if we ever needed Chuck's affinity for pissing in a chick's mouth...
|by Anonymous||reply 172||04/26/2020|
LMAO @ the comments thanking the sound guy for turning off her mic for Johnny B. Good
"The second song wasn't Johnny Be Good, it was called Yoko B Quiet! "
"There are 3 great music legends in this video.
1. Chuck Berry
2. John Lennon, and
3. The guy who switched off Yoko Ono's microphone during Johnny B Good. "
|by Anonymous||reply 173||04/26/2020|
My mother rarely displayed any sign of mirth. I was a big Python fan & Cleese was my favorite. My mother hated Python. But one night she came home when I was watching an airing of Sherlock Holmes and the End of Civilization.” She came in at this scene & laughed uproariously. She couldn’t stop laughing. I told her “You really have to see this guy playing the world’s worst innkeeper.”
She became a huge fan of Fawlty Towers after seeing this
PS - we definitely do not approve of the outdated racist reference by one character.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||04/26/2020|
Chappelle's Show had a lot of great sketches.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||04/26/2020|
Chappelle and Wayne Brady
|by Anonymous||reply 177||04/26/2020|
Paul Reubens’ short-lived but hilarious comeback
|by Anonymous||reply 178||04/26/2020|
30 Rock was consistently funny. Hope Tina Fey is sitting at home counting her millions. She deserves to kick back and enjoy life after years of being on that treadmill. She did good work.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||04/26/2020|
This Black or White parody from In Living Color.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||04/26/2020|
Outtake of a Carol Burnett sketch. Mama takes it over the top at the end.
|by Anonymous||reply 181||04/26/2020|
Half the fun was knowing Tim Conway would stray from the script and just keep adding to the ridiculous storyline, R181. He was a genius for comic timing. Harvey Korman could never keep a straight face.
|by Anonymous||reply 182||04/26/2020|
This hurts every single time.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||04/26/2020|
My all time favorite game show moment.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||04/26/2020|
YES, R184! I love that. Laugh every time.
It reminds me of this one: starting @1:00
|by Anonymous||reply 185||04/26/2020|
r157- Nathan For You is hysterical. I especially liked the episode called "No Smokers Allowed." I wish it would come back for another season.
|by Anonymous||reply 186||04/26/2020|
from a British game show..
|by Anonymous||reply 187||04/26/2020|
Joey Tribiani’s comment about a “moo point”
|by Anonymous||reply 188||04/26/2020|
Also, Elaine telling the other party guest “maybe the dingo ate your baby”
|by Anonymous||reply 189||04/26/2020|
"The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin", a Britcom from the late 70s. Whenever the protagonist's mother-in-law is mentioned, he visualizes a trotting hippo. I'd actually thought of the clip over the years but didn't remember the show; now thanks to the glories of youtube:
|by Anonymous||reply 190||04/26/2020|
Sorry - timestamp link didn't work above - start at 00:27
|by Anonymous||reply 191||04/26/2020|
Michael Jackson in South Park.
|by Anonymous||reply 193||04/26/2020|
For the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Fans:
|by Anonymous||reply 194||04/26/2020|
R185 My favorite Family Feud shows with Steve Harvey.
|by Anonymous||reply 195||04/26/2020|
Ryan Gosling SNL Papyrus skit.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||04/26/2020|
Baroness von Sketchshow on IFC is some of the funniest recent stuff I've seen. Four Canadian women. Series just came to US.
|by Anonymous||reply 198||04/26/2020|
Key and Peele have some really, really funny shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||04/26/2020|
One of my all-time favorite movies.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||04/27/2020|
Trading places where they tell John Amos whose character owns McDowells he has a visitor and I. A panicky voice says "It's not McDonalds I it." Meanwhile, he has the McDonalds' operations book open on his desk
|by Anonymous||reply 201||04/27/2020|
That's Coming to America R201.
|by Anonymous||reply 202||04/27/2020|
R185 That HAS to be an SNL skit. I CAN'T.....
This gets me every time.
|by Anonymous||reply 203||04/27/2020|
Also Key and Peele...Dear GOD, this is brilliant.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||04/27/2020|
Wow, lot of Curb Your Enthusiasm on this thread.
Never liked it much.
|by Anonymous||reply 206||04/27/2020|
Bette Midler in Misery.
A Datalounger found and posted this in a thread about Bette bitching that she should never have turned it down "because the role won the Oscar!"
Posters wondered how much of a campfest Annie Wilkes would have been if Midler had taken the role, and this video is the answer!
Never fails to cheer me up :)
|by Anonymous||reply 207||04/27/2020|
I never knew Bette Midler was considered for Misery, thank god she didn't get it. She was all wrong for the part.
And "the role" didn't win the Oscar, Kathy Bates won the Oscar for her incredible performance.
|by Anonymous||reply 208||04/27/2020|
R208 she turned it down! Lol
|by Anonymous||reply 209||04/27/2020|
Bette also turned down Sister Act. She'd have been great in it.
|by Anonymous||reply 210||04/27/2020|
This Peep Show clip had me dying
|by Anonymous||reply 211||04/27/2020|
Dramatic chipmunk. I laughed so freaking hard at this stupid thing. It’s not even a chipmunk!
|by Anonymous||reply 212||04/27/2020|
The slut dragons on "Rick & Morty"
|by Anonymous||reply 213||04/30/2020|
This thread shows that 60% of Dataloungers have horrible taste
|by Anonymous||reply 214||04/30/2020|
We let you post, don’t we?
|by Anonymous||reply 215||05/01/2020|
Bigmouth. I watched some last night and laughed my ass off.
|by Anonymous||reply 216||05/01/2020|
R214 , so show us what's "funny" in your view.
|by Anonymous||reply 217||05/01/2020|
This kid is such a trooper.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||05/01/2020|
[quote] This kid is such a trooper.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||05/01/2020|
R220, that was fucking adorable.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||05/01/2020|
Reminded me of this movie. I found this this so hilarious. Co-starring Cindy "Shirley" Williams and Madonna's ex-friend Debi Mazar. I always thought the actor playing Rodney Dangerfield's son was kind of cute in a grunge way. It was a 90s
|by Anonymous||reply 223||05/01/2020|
The son is Michael Weatherly from NCIS and Bull. He was good looking. Now he’s getting fat.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||05/01/2020|
Freaking hilarious dog video. Watch with sound on, of course.
|by Anonymous||reply 225||05/01/2020|
SCTV's High Q, featuring the incomparable Catherine O'Hara
|by Anonymous||reply 226||05/01/2020|
This Andrea Martin gag reel. The first bit is her take on Bette Midler. She also does Barbra, Liza and Patti Lupone as Evita in Indira.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||05/01/2020|
The princess Ninja Starfish of Weird
|by Anonymous||reply 229||05/02/2020|
The Dusty Towne Sexy Holiday Special is a Christmas tradition in my household. With choreography by the incomparable Juul Haalmeyer.
‘Isn’t that cute? Isn’t that true?’
|by Anonymous||reply 230||05/02/2020|
Man, "The Detour" was funny AF. Belly laughs every episode.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||05/03/2020|
The whole dinner scene in Meet the Parents. This clip is missing Greg saying "Grace" which is also funny as fuck, but the rest of the goodies are in it.
|by Anonymous||reply 232||05/03/2020|
This was a skit on the Chris Rock show after Halle Berry was involved in a hit and run accident.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||05/03/2020|
Meet the Parents was a great comedy. Even knowing Stiller is an asshole and not liking Deniro, it always makes me laugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 235||05/03/2020|
This scene from Go. The screaming is funny, but the windshield wiper hitting her head made me lose it.
|by Anonymous||reply 236||05/03/2020|
When he turns around and it’s on his coat is the funniest part.
|by Anonymous||reply 237||05/03/2020|
Beauty pageants are ridiculous, but seeing this live would be worth going to one!
10/10 for the cartwheel, too
|by Anonymous||reply 238||05/06/2020|
And speaking of [italic]Bad Grandpa[/italic]…
|by Anonymous||reply 239||05/06/2020|
Years ago I went to a concert by Victor Borge (RIP). I laughed so hard my diaphragm hurt when i left his concert. You need to be into classical music to catch all the humor.
|by Anonymous||reply 242||05/06/2020|
“Murder at the Stratley” an episode of Newhart that sees the townspeople losing their minds when they think Dick murdered Joanna.
“Seabee Jeebies” episode of Frasier that leaves me gasping for breath every time I see it.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||05/07/2020|
There’s so many bits in the first half of this film that really make me laugh.
It’s the only Will Farrell movie I’ve ever liked.
|by Anonymous||reply 246||05/07/2020|
R246 I love how Mary Steenburgen makes Will ride in the backseat.
|by Anonymous||reply 247||05/08/2020|
No one posted the Rhubarb Lady yet? Nearly pissed myself the first time I watched it and it still cracks my shit up
|by Anonymous||reply 248||05/08/2020|
This skit is better than anything on SNL
|by Anonymous||reply 249||05/08/2020|
So funny, R249. It reminds me of the Dating Game sketch. David Allen Grier's reaction when he sees her and he and Jim Carrey laughing made me laugh so hard
|by Anonymous||reply 250||05/08/2020|
Thanks for that, r250. I don’t remember that and damn near pissed on my “lingery.”
|by Anonymous||reply 251||05/08/2020|
I never noticed Carey saying "Holy Crap" when Foxx walks out.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||05/09/2020|
Those Bad Grandpa clips had me unable to breathe I was laughing so hard.... I am so, so, so disappointed in myself.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||05/09/2020|
As we are with you, r253.
|by Anonymous||reply 254||05/09/2020|
Still nothing funnier than this (other than the parody of it):
|by Anonymous||reply 256||05/11/2020|
Surprisingly, Fallon didn’t ruin this bit
|by Anonymous||reply 258||05/11/2020|
Sorry, but the SNL skits on this thread are shit, compared to the other videos posted here.
|by Anonymous||reply 259||05/12/2020|
For the three or four people left in the world that I haven’t seen this
|by Anonymous||reply 260||05/12/2020|
OMG that was HILARIOUS R260. I love her and hadn't seen that. What a broad.
|by Anonymous||reply 261||05/12/2020|
I’d suck off Stanley Tucci for sure
|by Anonymous||reply 262||05/12/2020|
Who and what the fuck is that R256?
|by Anonymous||reply 263||05/12/2020|
Actually, not a newb. Been here since the 90's.
|by Anonymous||reply 265||05/12/2020|
Surprised no one has unearthed this old chestnut.
|by Anonymous||reply 266||05/12/2020|
A little of this goes a long way, but these "shred" videos make me laugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||05/12/2020|
[quote]Actually, not a newb. Been here since the 90's.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||05/13/2020|
This video from the time Paula Deen was revealed to be a racist
|by Anonymous||reply 271||05/13/2020|
The 'A Minute With Margot' series still makes me laugh. This one is my favorite
|by Anonymous||reply 272||05/13/2020|
R271 jelly roll looks like she’s making a hostage video
|by Anonymous||reply 273||05/13/2020|
[quote] Been here since the 90's.
And let us guess, you’re 92 now.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||05/13/2020|
This guy’s a little over the top, but I laughed so hard when I first saw this
|by Anonymous||reply 276||05/13/2020|
The SNL commercial parody with Gilda Radner. Jewess jeans. I crack up every time I watch it. Can’t find it on YouTube.
|by Anonymous||reply 278||05/18/2020|
R271, “this cheese looks tastier than God’s cock!”.
Please, oh, please tell me I didn’t misunderstand her!
|by Anonymous||reply 279||05/18/2020|
R278 This one. "Designer nails and a designer nose..."
|by Anonymous||reply 280||05/18/2020|
Yes!! Thanks r280...I did a search and found nothing.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||05/18/2020|
This scene from "Starting Over" with Candace Bergen still cracks me up, especially that split second part at 1:06 where she stops and gets ready for the next verse!
|by Anonymous||reply 282||05/18/2020|
^ Sorry; make that "Candice" Bergen.
|by Anonymous||reply 283||05/18/2020|
The Inbetweeners. No matter how many times I've watched, it makes me laugh. The main guy is brilliant. Love him.
|by Anonymous||reply 284||05/18/2020|
Thanks for that, r284. Never heard of that before but I laughed out loud several times!
|by Anonymous||reply 285||05/18/2020|
R285, you need to watch the entire series from beginning to end. It's hilarious. Every episode is funny. I love the guy who plays Will. He's great.
I think it's on Netflix, but avoid the movies they made based on it; they were mediocre.
|by Anonymous||reply 286||05/18/2020|
Just when you think he’s done...
|by Anonymous||reply 287||05/18/2020|
I don't blame that guy. Canadian geese are cunts.
|by Anonymous||reply 288||05/18/2020|
As are swans. I have a scar on my finger from when me bit me when I was eight.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||05/18/2020|
Mad TV was so much funnier than SNL.
|by Anonymous||reply 290||05/18/2020|
I love this MadTV Abercrombie spoof.
The guys looked good, too
|by Anonymous||reply 291||05/18/2020|
*i meant, when one bit me. Not me bit me.
|by Anonymous||reply 292||05/18/2020|
Dave Chappelle's Show had a sketch called "When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong" , I love the Brenda sketch, not sure I think it might have been the first one. Unfortunately only half of it seems to be on youtube now. I die laughing no matter how many times I see that one.
Also 1997 Eric Bana had a sketch comedy show and he had this running sketch where he played a character called Alex Topolino, an amateur magician, and for some reason those sketches just cracked me up.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||05/18/2020|
The line at 6:00 is my favorite.
|by Anonymous||reply 294||05/18/2020|
R286 Have you watched "Man Down" with Greg Davies (the principal (I think he is) from Inbetweeners)? It's really funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 295||05/19/2020|
I've got a huge crush on Mike Epps and I think he's stupidly funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 296||05/19/2020|
The channel magic of Rahat isso funny I’ve watched about 25 to 30 videos of him pranking drive-through people. For some reason he stopped about two years ago. But they’re absolutely hilarious.
|by Anonymous||reply 297||05/19/2020|
Not a new video, but this video was shown during the local sportscast last night.
|by Anonymous||reply 298||05/20/2020|
R298 isn't funny. A kid slips and slides.
And if it made the poster "...laugh til (sic)" her "stomach hurt," one can just with respond with a "Hope it hurt bad."
|by Anonymous||reply 299||05/20/2020|
R298 hangs out on Reddit.
|by Anonymous||reply 300||05/20/2020|
I thought r298 was fucking hysterical. Where’s your sense of humor, r299?
It’s not like the kid hurt himself or anything, and you see how flexible the wall is, it’s designed not to injure in case someone runs into it. It was the loud noise that made it funny, especially with the player turning around as if to say, “quiet please.”
|by Anonymous||reply 301||05/20/2020|
There is a movie called, Movie 43. It has been shown in two different formats, either being a collection of sketches/scenes, many of them are hilarious, but not all are on YouTube. For some reason I can’t post a link to it, but look up either “Movie 43 Homeschooling” or “Hugh Jackman Balls on chin”. My favorite is the one with Halle Berry and Stephen Merchant, but that’s harder to find.
What I really can’t believe is that the actors involved agreed to this material.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||05/20/2020|
^That was one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen. The Homeschool sketch was the best one, however. Liev Schrieber was a hot dad.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||05/20/2020|
R302, I had never heard of that movie before. You piqued my curiosity. So I searched and giggled at some some of the clips on YouTube. But this one, with balls on the chin, made me laughed till I choked. Thank you! Thank you!
|by Anonymous||reply 304||05/20/2020|
MADHOUSE with Kirstie Alley and John Laroquette...the cat is the funniest one in the movie, especially when he throws up on Kirstie and overdoses on cocaine.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||05/21/2020|
R304 I’m glad you liked it. I came across the movie one sleepless night in Mexico City and laughed my ass off. In the version I saw, Balls on Chin was the first vignette.
When I read more about the movie, apparently it was also the first vignette they pitched to the actors. The writers were floored when Hugh and Kate accepted the roles. The filmmakers were stumped for years trying to get other actors for the other sketches. I forget how long the project eventually took.
Last week I noticed the entire movie was available on Showtime, if anyone has that channel, check it out.
|by Anonymous||reply 306||05/21/2020|
One line on a Designing Women episode, where Charlene has reported Julia for talking to others during jury duty and Julia ended up sequestered. Charlene tells the others about a disturbing phone call from Julia and asks if everything will be OK.
Suzanne: "I think you and your baby should get some black wigs on and get the hell out of town."
You had to hear the delivery, I guess, but it made me laugh until the next commercial break.
|by Anonymous||reply 307||05/21/2020|
Goddamn, that show is STILL funny R307. I'm watching the Julia Duffy and Jan Hooks seasons now and they really pulled back on the Dixie Carter speeches. Duffy and Hooks are funnier than I remember but towards the end it was just unwatchable.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||05/22/2020|
Cats and Cucumbers. It's kind of mean-spirited in a way, but the owners get a laugh.
They theorize that the cucumbers remind the cats of green snakes, their enemies in the wild.
|by Anonymous||reply 309||05/23/2020|
R309 - that is soo weird. Amazing how that instinct is so genetic - even though they have never seen a snake.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||05/24/2020|
Julian Clary's Norman Lamont moment on the British Comedy Awards.
|by Anonymous||reply 311||05/24/2020|
We need more examples and revive this thread.
This always gets me chuckling
|by Anonymous||reply 312||06/17/2020|
"We're gonna get fat and sassy!"
|by Anonymous||reply 313||06/17/2020|
[quote]Julian Clary's Norman Lamont
Who and who?
|by Anonymous||reply 314||06/17/2020|
R314 I didn’t know who they were either, but a bit of research on the Google and the bit becomes much funnier!
|by Anonymous||reply 316||06/18/2020|