Funny / Bicentennial Man

  • "Open the window. Now jump. [Andrew jumps up and down, *Jump *Jump*Jump*] No— out the window!"
    • After this, Andrew understandably becomes afraid of heights, which get referenced later on, such as Andrew hesitantly looking out the window of a skyscraper and this exchange with "Little Miss:"
    Amanda: Come with me to my room, Andrew.
    Andrew: ...Does this involve a window?
    Amanda: (giggling) No.
    • Fridge Funny: Jumping out the window is probably what jostled his programming; he never showed any individuality up until then!
    Richard: Good night, Andrew.
    Andrew: Good night, Andrew.
    • At one point, Andrew walks into the wall. That's how broken he was.
  • Early in the movie the joke about the man with dementia.
    • As well as Andrew's Rapid-Fire Comedy style of joke-telling in the same scene - mixing in "What's invisible and smells of worms? Bird farts" with far more adult humor.
    • Not to mention the unintentional joke afterward.
      • And much later on in the film, Andrew delivers this:
    "If nothing mattered, you'd love me, and not some man whose chin could sink the Titanic!"
  • The scene displaying Galatea's new Jerkass personality. Rupert's understandably confused and bewildered reaction to it all really sells it, as well as every word out of Galatea's mouth.
  • While Andrew and Rupert are working on the artificial organs, Galatea starts singing "If I Only Had a Heart". LOUDLY. Andrew is NOT amused.
    Andrew: (casually, to Rupert) Do you have an impact drill?
    Rupert: (focused on his work) Uh, yeah, over on the rack.
    Andrew: Thank you. (walks off)
    (sound of a drill being revved up, then Galatea screams)
    Rupert: JESUS!
  • When Rupert removes Andrew's robotic outer head, Andrew looks in the mirror and screams, startling Rupert and Galatea
    Rupert: What happened?
    Andrew: I saw the inner me.
  • "...People actually do this, sir?"