* "I've just pissed in my pants. And there's nothing you can do about it!"
* Anytime Cisco outsmarts any of the human characters, typically when he's being stolen from Dunbar and ends up escaping of his own accord.
* When Dunbar rides up to the mourning Stands With a Fist on his mission to introduce himself to the Sioux, he gets her attention by noisily clearing his throat. She goes quiet and turns around...and then the frantically flapping American flag Dunbar is carrying with him blows around right into his face. Not exactly the best first impression. Doubly funny considering that Stands With a Fist will eventually become Dunbar's wife.
* "I'm John Dunbar". "Dumb...bear."
* When Dances with Wolves and Stands with a Fist go back to the camp after their first kiss, they both jump behind a tree to continue making out, then when she tries to leave he pulls her back, and then they both try to act casual while walking back.
* When pretty much everyone in the Sioux camp knows about Dances with Wolves and Stand's with a Fist ''except'' Kicking Bird. He doesn't know until his wife tells him and he seems a little miffed that he didn't notice.
** The smile she gets from the girl next to her when Kicking Bird ends her mourning sells it.
* When Wind in His Hair and Smiles a Lot telling Dances with Wolves about the Sioux bride price, they are clearly both enjoying screwing with him. Wind in His Hair is even corpsing.
* While Kicking Bird explains what is expected of a husband, Dances with Wolves has a long inner monologue about his love for Stands with a Fist and that he isn't paying attention. Then he is interrupted by Kicking Bird asking if he heard what he said.
* Dunbar's invitation of the Lakota to the soldier fort is one long funny moment.
** He graciously welcomes the party who actually rides into the fort proper, and then waves a casual "Hi!" to the party watching from afar.
** Grinding coffee for the men with a dorky bob of his head while they stoically wait to receive it. After that, he offers them sugar; Wind In His Hair, not ''quite'' understanding that it's optional, proceeds to dump two handfuls of sugar in Kicking Bird's mug before the latter pulls it away in annoyance.
** When he finally gets around to inquiring about the buffalo, he has to pantomime acting like one due to the language gap. Wind In His Hair thinks he's gone mad at first.