Lycus: I'll kill him! I'll kill him! Crassus: Who? Lycus: The lyingest, cheatingest, sloppiest slave in all Rome! Crassus: Oh, Pseudolus.
In the revival, "Comedy Tonight" is continually interrupted with scenes from some horrific tragedy.. The first time it happens, Pseduolus takes a Beat and awkwardly goes "Ha! Ha!" before continuing with the song. But eventually he gets fed up and screams the refrain "Tragedy... TO-MORR-OW! COMEDY tonight!"
The reprise of "Lovely"... with Pseudolus and Hysterium. Two unattractive old men, one in drag, reenacting the earlier Falling-in-Love Montage down to the tee.
Made even funnier in one performance where the actor playing Pseudolus takes the opportunity to bang his head on a nearby pillar.
And leading up to it, Pseudolus and Hysterium need a body to pull off a scheme to help Philia and Hero run off together. Hysterium suggests a bodysnatching service and Pseudolus gleefully remembers that the service's owner owes him a favor... but he died. Hysterium asks what happened to his body, to which Pseudolus says "it was stolen". Hysterium then moans that he wishes he was dead, leading to the above scene. In the film, in response to Hysterium's line, Pseudolus gets the most hilarious "I have an idea!" expression on his face.
In the film, when Pseudolus pretends to be a soothsayer to fool Erronius, he screams at him "SILENCE!!!" before letting out this bizarre shriek. Even Hysterium looks thoroughly weirded out.
Miles Gloriosus accidentally throwing his men off count.