The entire episode of: "It's My Party and I'll Lie If I Want To" but especially the presentation of the lie-machine.
Phil: It analyzes speech sound waves and can identify the distortion in our voices created by the stress of lying. And it doesn't work at all!
Phil: See? It does work. I never had any doubts.
Phil: Okay, I had a small doubt.
Phil: Okay, every day I am incapacitated by fear. I don't know where the magic comes from, and I'm terrified that one day I'll wake and it will all be gone, and I'll end up alone, living in my brother's basement with his trains. (to the machine) Buzz, damn you!
Ted: Meanwhile, in a place of business...
- Then, Veronica tests it with this mangiflourious lie.
Veronica: Every spring, on a remote island, Sean Connery and I hunt the most dangerous game: Man. (Phil, Ted, and Lem glance at the machine.) I've also poisoned one of you. (Machine glance) And before this day is done, I'm going to force two of you to make love.
Lem: Oh my god! I'm dying! I can't breathe! Good luck you two. Don't let the intimacy hurt the friendship.
Veronica: Relax, I'm lying.
Chet: Look! It's my favorite people.
Veronica: Chet, what can I do for you, sir?
Chet: I'm actually here to see Ted. Are you and your daughter still up for miniature golf today with me and Olivia?
Ted: Looking forward to it, sir.
(Veronica glances at the machine.)
Chet: Excellent. I've got my clubs and I am going to BEAT you. Oh my, that didn't come out right. Don't worry. I've never hit anybody with a golf club.
Chet: At least not on purpose.
Chet: Hey, what's this fun machine?
Phil: It's just a random buzzer.
Phil: It's WORKING!
Chet: Well, I have to go upstairs and put some more evil into the world.
(Room glances at the machine, which does not buzz.)