The show has plenty of funny moments to choose from, so to name several:
* The ''Great White North'' sketches in general.
* Anytime somebody [[StuffBlowingUp blows up]] in ''Farm Film Report''.
* The Johnny [=LaRue=] movie ''Polynesiantown'' has Vic [[spoiler:dying after getting hit by a rib truck, which is ironic since he poisoned the rib sauce in an attempt to steal Dr. John's gems.]] He literally keels over in an over-the-top fashion.
* The Dick Cavett Show with Dick Cavett. [[note]]Somehow, there's two Dick Cavetts![[/note]]
* Every promo for ''Melvin and Howard'' (later named ''Melvin and Howards''). [[spoiler:The last of which has [[Film/TheThreeStooges Curly Howard]]!]]
* ''The Man Who Would Be King Of The Popes''.
* The Milk of Amnesia ad.
* ''The Grapes of Mud''. Someone got to stand just offscreen and hurl handfuls of mud at Joe Flaherty.
** Dave Thomas playing the nutty old grandfather who wants an Oklahoma chicken-fried steak. When he dies partway through, his dying wish is to be chicken-fried.
*** A preacher (played by Eugene Levy) that "lost the calling" is picked up by the migrating family and proceeds to run off with their pregnant daughter. The mother's only comment is "I guess he found the calling."
* ''Mrs. Falbo's Tiny Town'', especially [[spoiler:when she accidentally catches the king and queen doing S&M on her telescope]].
* The ''FantasyIsland'' parody, especially with Creator/JohnCandy as the midget Tattoo.
** [[AndYouWereThere The ending]], followed by the band playing [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilton_Place_Street_Band "Disco Lucy"]] (Unfortunately the NBC version cuts that scene short).
* ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Benny Hill]] [[Series/HillStreetBlues Street Blues]]''. [[note]]Comes complete with mashup of the Thames and MTM logo.[[/note]]
* What fits into Russia?
* ''Tibor's Tractor'', which has a talking tractor that used to be a man (specifically Nikita Khrushchev).
* The Zontar episode. It turns out that Hank Bain, a new cast member, is working for Zontar, who seeks to [[spoiler:abduct the staff at SCTV due to how funny they are because of his obsession with television]], and he does this by sending ''cabbages'' to possess the staff. [[spoiler:Thankfully, [[CloudCuckoolander Gerry Todd is immune to this]].]]
** Larry Seigel has a hard time producing "Different Folks", which stars Bain.
** The Overbooked Lawyer. The cherry on the sundae is where his pizza is delivered and he makes Kool-Aid.
** [=DeForest=] Kelley plugs a movie called "The Julia Child Story", where he plays her husband.
* "Emergency Caterers".
-->"The sardines were the last to go!"
* "Walter Cronkite's Brain". It starts out as a typical documentary, and it then it reaches MindScrew levels.
* The RunningGag of [[FunnyForeigner Perini Scleroso]] in advertising.
* Monster Chiller Horror Theatre presents "Slinky... Toy From Hell".
* "The Merv Griffin Show" in the 60's. Especially Griffin's laugh. "Boo-hoo-hoo-wah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!"
* The skit for the "Steeplechase" game show.
* "Pepi Longsocks".
** "Pepi Longsocks" gets even funnier when you know that the original audio track, muted to provide the [[StylisticSuck very, very bad dubbing]], was just the cast saying ''extremely'' rude and vulgar things to each other since they knew the audio was going to be removed anyway. Anyone who's good at lip reading, enjoy figuring out what the original dialogue was.
* Bobby Bittman's little brother Skip guest starring on "The Sammy Maudlin Show".
* The "Doorway To Hell" story with Wilcox and his dummy. Doubles as NightmareFuel for the first half.
* "Hollywood Squares: The Home Version".
* "The Nana Mouskouri Story".
* "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Vikings And Beekeepers]]". Makes you wonder what was going through the cast's heads when they came up with this.
* Dr. Tongue's Evil House of Pancakes.
-->"Would you like some more pancakes?"
-->"Would you like some more syrup?"
* "The Lone Ranger Show".
* Angus Crock talking about lake monsters.
* Earl Camembert trying (and failing) to get a date.
* Fish Police [[note]]no, not [[ComicBook/FishPolice that one]][[/note]].
* Logos Galore.
* [[spoiler:Babe Ruth]] showing up in "Lust For Paint" during [[spoiler:Toulouse's death, and beating him up after being mistaken for Baboon.]]
* "Murder Is Bad For Your Health", distributed by Alfred Hitchcock.
* All of the CBC show, ''Garth and Gord and Fiona and Alice'' in particular.
** Gord announcing he got Alice pregnant, after disappearing with her into the kitchen for maybe ''twenty seconds.''
--> '''Garth and Gord''': ''Yonge Street!!!''
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OARlQP9GOe0 ''Ben Hur'']], all of it. Points go to JohnCandy as Curly Howard as Ben Hur.
** Points also for Eugene Levy and Dave Thomas being a Roman centurion version of AbbottAndCostello.
*** Harold Ramis (as Mazola, the villain) informs Ben Hur of his mother and sister's fate with his dying breath. Everyone thinks he said they're lepers... but when Hur actually finds them, they're ''leopards''. Related, Mazola coming back to life just long enough after dying the first time to inform Ben Hur that he was just kidding when he told him his family was dead before the chariot race.
*** Jesus appearing as a bartender in houndstooth pants that gives out healing cocktails.
* [[TheAndyGriffithShow Floyd the barber]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtIUHnkq8 petitioning]] TheGodfather to break Opie's legs is one of the greatest concepts in comedy history.
** There are lots of great bits in that sketch: Jack Woltz...err...Leonard Bernstein and his ''MisterEd'' obsession, Caballero getting shot hundreds of times and surviving mostly unscathed, the whole "network war" thing, and Ugazzo Vision is a very accurate portrayal of cable TV circa 1981.
* ''Do-It-Yourself Dentistry,'' starring Harold Ramis as Mort Finkel, who is here to tell you, dear viewer, how to fill in your own cavities using rum as a painkiller in lieu of novocaine. Extra funny because Ramis drinks ''actual rum'', something he didn't know he was going to do until he actually drank it. He ended up actually drunk. One hopes that was the last sketch filmed that day, because otherwise the rest of the cast had to deal with a drunk Harold Ramis wandering around the studio.
* ''5 Neat Guys Neatest Hits''
--> ''Who made the egg salad sandwiches?''
* ''Swishbuckler'', starring Joe Flaherty as a CampGay pirate helping an even more flamboyant crew (Eugene Levy, Harold Ramis, and Dave Thomas) mutiny against their captain. It's BetterThanItSounds (not helped at ''all'' by the crew's tight, tight pants and tiny, ridiculous ponytails).
* ''SCTV Boogie'', where Eugene Levy (as uncool, awkward Mel Slurrup) hosts a dance program ala ''Soul Train'' with a soundtrack consisting of snippets of the same disco song played over and over, talking to various high schoolers that all seem to go to one of two schools. Bonus points for Harold Ramis's [[ICantDance amazingly bad dancing]] and Eugene Levy's shirt showing off a ''glorious'' CarpetOfVirility.
* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqagQiKQk50 Muley's Roundhouse]]'', a SubvertedKidsShow with Harold Ramis playing a grouchy, sad old railroad switch operator who had dreams of being a military pilot, but was grounded for being "tetched." Also, he hates the Bolsheviks.
* ''Lust For Paint,'' one of the last episodes to feature Moe Green, has, among other things, a character played by Ramis in the eponymous sketch appearing to the dying protagonist just to remind him that [[MakesSenseInContext he (Ramis) has long legs]], the extremely short protagonist and his equally small father both being played by a kneeling Joe Flaherty (the tallest member of the cast), and Monet and Degas being CampGay caricatures that constantly yell "YOO-HOO~!" at passing celebrities from their cafe table, all while Moe Green's career falls apart around him, culminating in Moe being fired (again) and even sticking his hand back in to wave his handkerchief at the viewers as a goodbye after he's left the set.
* Almost any ''SCTV News'' sketch. The very first one has Floyd reporting on multiple world-changing events while Earl gets mundane local news, culminating in an argument that ends when Earl loudly proclaims that Floyd is living with a woman he isn't married to. This is clearly meant to be scandalous- which it might have been in 1976 when it first aired, but 40 years later, it's arguably [[SocietyMarchesOn even funnier because that's not a big deal anymore]].
** The News sketch involving "the Mr. Earl doll," a clay likeness of Earl that Floyd plugs- and maims in multiple horrible ways, including [[OffWithHisHead beheading it]]- right before Earl was to do an editorial about friendship, as inspired by his relationship with Floyd. You can just ''see'' the horror and heartbreak in Earl's eyes after the commercial ends.