Funny: A Muppet Family Christmas
- When the gang first invades Ma Bear's house, Sam the Eagle randomly pops up to ask, "Why am I here?"
- And then his reaction to the Two-Headed Monster dressed as Santa.
- Related to that, Bert asks Ernie who let the Two-Headed Monster be Santa, and Ernie gets confused over whether or not they're a singular being with two heads, or two beings on one body.
- When the Sesame Street gang sings "Deck the Halls" and it's Oscar's turn, he declares, "I will not sing this song!"...and the others pick up the next line without missing a beat.
- The Count singing "I Saw Three Ships".
- Most of the interactions between the various cast members from the three Muppet shows.
Janice: Who was that strange, blue creature?Animal: That my kinda fella. Hahaha.
- Animal commenting that Cookie Monster is his kind of guy after chomping down a plate of Christmas cookies.
Doc: Don't you just hate it when you can't speak the language?
- Ernie & Bert telling Doc that the educational tidbits from Sesame Street (i.e. "Did you know Doc starts with the letter D?") is small talk from where they come from.
- Rowlf & Sprocket communicating in barks, made better by how Sprocket is actually barking while Rowlf is just saying "Bark" & "Woof".
Swedish Chef: Gobbla Gobbla Humunga!
- Big Bird being blissfully unaware of the Swedish Chef trying to cook him.
- The Running Gag where various characters accidentally slip on an icy patch.
- Mrs. Bear, after confirming that everyone has arrived at the farm, announces that they've just run out of room. And two of them will have to sleep on coat hangers. Cut to Gonzo and Animal doing just that.
- Jim Henson's cameo is generally remembered by the fandom as a Heartwarming Moment, but it ended with this cutely funny line:
Jim: But tell you what, somebody'll have to do something about these dishes, Sprocket. C'mon. I'll wash, you dry, okay?
- This exchange at the beginning of the film during the car ride up to Mrs. Bear's farm:
Fozzie: Guys, this is the best idea we've had in years! Christmas at my mother's farm.Kermit: Sounds great, Fozzie, but don't you think we should have called your mother to let her know we were coming?Fozzie: Oh, how little you understand bears, Kermit! My mother loves surprises!Gonzo: Good thing; she's in for a beauty.
- This part:
Swedish Chef: Dis make a gobbla-gobbla faire furnousse!