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20th Aug '17 11:39:29 AM IGoSoHard
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* ''Film/IronMan2'': Robert Downey Jr. cracks up when asking the DJ for "A phat beat to beat my buddy's ass to." Since Tony is supposed to be drunk, they ThrowItIn.

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* ** ''Film/IronMan2'': Robert Downey Jr. cracks up when asking the DJ for "A phat beat to beat my buddy's ass to." Since Tony is supposed to be drunk, they ThrowItIn.



* In ''Film/{{Hitch}}'', watch Creator/WillSmith's expression during the "dance lesson" scene. He covers his mouth through the entire sequence, and when you see his co-star's (incredibly nerdy but excellent) dancing, it's easy to guess why.

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* In ''Film/{{Hitch}}'', watch Creator/WillSmith's expression during the "dance lesson" scene. He covers his mouth through the entire sequence, and when you see his co-star's Creator/KevinJames's (incredibly nerdy but excellent) dancing, it's easy to guess why.
17th Aug '17 12:45:57 PM BossKey
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* One vine had a guy doing a VideoGame/DukeNukem impression with the line " 'I'm here to kick gum and chew ass, and I'm all out of ass.' -Dick Kickem", and utterly failing to keep from cracking up. The vine has been incorporated into some Try Not to Laugh challenges.

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* [[https://youtu.be/GAdVvfcZw04 One vine vine]] had a guy doing a VideoGame/DukeNukem impression with the line " 'I'm here to kick gum and chew ass, and I'm all out of ass.' -Dick Kickem", and utterly failing to keep from cracking up. The vine has been incorporated into some Try Not to Laugh challenges.
14th Aug '17 7:19:10 PM AriRockefeller
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-->'''Richie''': Eddie! What on Earth is that?!\\
'''Eddie''': It's a Japanese army Second World War medical kit, in mint condition!\\
'''Richie''': Wow! But Eddie, where on Earth did you--''(turns back to see a door was left swinging open, sporting a Japanese WWII war flag)''\\
''(They both stammer, and after being prompted by Richie, Eddies runs over and slams the door shut while the crowd laughs and cheers)''\\
'''Eddie''': ''(flips off the crowd while Eddie stammers over his next words)'' There was a little mistake there, wasn't there? Did you spot it? Fucking bastards...
10th Aug '17 10:29:31 AM TheHeroHartmut
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-->'''John:''' I demand to know!
-->'''Tim:''' I demand to know also!
-->'''Barry:''' I know no fear! I don't know my lines, but I don't know fear as well!

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-->'''John:''' I demand to know!
-->'''Tim:'''
know!\\
'''Tim:'''
I demand to know also!
-->'''Barry:'''
also!\\
'''Barry:'''
I know no fear! I don't know my lines, but I don't know fear as well!



* On one episode of the game show ''Series/TheChase'' one of the questions was "In what sport did [[UnfortunateNames Fanny Chmelar]] compete for Germany?". Cue Bradley Walsh desperately trying not to laugh. Seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmwGFX5pgXw Here]].
** The question writers actually try to get Bradley on a regular basis. He, in turn, tries to corpse the chasers. It was, however, a Contestant who got Shaun Wallace to break character. Seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8yVKFLhxVA&feature=player_detailpage#t=1115s here]]

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* On one episode The question writers of the UK game show ''Series/TheChase'' one of frequently make the presenter Bradley Walsh try desperately not to burst into laughter with the immature multiple-choice questions they get him to read out. For instance, one such question was "In what sport did [[UnfortunateNames Fanny Chmelar]] compete for Germany?". Cue Bradley Walsh desperately trying not [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmwGFX5pgXw Witness the results here.]]
** Bradley, in turn, sometimes tries
to laugh.corpse the Chasers. It was, however, a contestant who got Shaun Wallace to break character. Seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmwGFX5pgXw Here]].
** The question writers actually try to get Bradley on a regular basis. He, in turn, tries to corpse the chasers. It was, however, a Contestant who got Shaun Wallace to break character. Seen [[http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=U8yVKFLhxVA&feature=player_detailpage#t=1115s here]]here.]]



** Watch a compilation [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk_s3r4MVg0 here]].

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** Watch a compilation [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk_s3r4MVg0 here]].here.]]
28th Jul '17 4:54:14 PM jormis29
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* In one episode of ''{{Series/Sliders}}'', Professor Arturo gets more and more irritated at being mistaken for Luciano Pavarotti, until he finally loses it. In the scene in which he grabs someone by the shirt to deliver a rant on the subject, Jerry O'Connell can be seen in the background not even bothering to hide his laughter.

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* In one episode of ''{{Series/Sliders}}'', Professor Arturo gets more and more irritated at being mistaken for Luciano Pavarotti, until he finally loses it. In the scene in which he grabs someone by the shirt to deliver a rant on the subject, Jerry O'Connell Creator/JerryOConnell can be seen in the background not even bothering to hide his laughter.
28th Jul '17 3:24:24 PM calufrax
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* In ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'', made in the 1950s, many episodes have moments when cast members laugh, primaily Kenneth Williams or Bill Kerr, but the most noticable is in the episode "Wild Man Of The Woods" where the whole cast break at a flubbed line.
25th Jul '17 2:56:54 PM CnHGirl
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->''"Christmas means many things to many people. To some, Christmas means glittering lights, gaily wrapped gifts. That's right, sounds of laughter and good cheer. To the folks at ''Preparation H—hahahahaha''—it means a time to pause for a few—''hahaha''—a few moments to—''HAHAHA''—to give thanks to their friends, who've been so…'' [collapses into helpless laughter] ''…kind and generous!"''

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->''"Christmas means many things to many people. To some, Christmas means glittering lights, gaily wrapped gifts. That's right, sounds of laughter and good cheer. To the folks at ''Preparation H—hahahahaha''—it means a time to pause for a few—''hahaha''—a few—''hahaha''—a few moments to—''HAHAHA''—to give thanks to their friends, who've been so…'' [collapses into helpless laughter] ''…kind and generous!"''


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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg9DePin0x4 Two anchors on Seattle's local Fox channel were reporting a story on a couple who had called 911 after consuming a large amount of "special" brownies and thinking they had overdosed.]] Neither anchor can keep a straight face, and one of them starts giggle-snorting when they're playing the recording.
25th Jul '17 2:46:08 PM CnHGirl
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* You can occasionally hear characters on ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' giggle or chuckle a bit while responding to funny dialogue. Those moments are the actual voice actors trying not to laugh, and are left in because it feels more natural than having a character respond to a joke without laughing (unless the seriousness is funnier).
23rd Jul '17 1:16:08 PM Twentington
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*** On [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/LateNight?from=Main.LateNight Late Night]], Steve even said that one answer made him laugh on the floor for 15 minutes straight, but most of it had to obviously be cut due to time constraints.

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*** On [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/LateNight?from=Main.LateNight Late Night]], ''Series/LateNight'', Steve even said that one answer made him laugh on the floor for 15 minutes straight, but most of it had to obviously be cut due to time constraints.
23rd Jul '17 10:23:36 AM Twentington
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* Given the clue writers' affinity for puns and shout-outs, it's not unusual to hear Creator/AlexTrebek crack a laugh when reading a clue on ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' There have also been instances where he has done this when interviewing the contestants. One notable example is when a contestant said that she had a goat who died by eating a bag of Quikrete; Alex asked whether it was a 60-pound or 80-pound bag, the contestant snarked "Alex, you're being insensitive!" and Alex laughed so hard that he turned to the next contestant and said "I don't wanna talk to you!"
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