DK and Diddy falling out and beating each other up at the end of Donkey Kong Country. An example: Diddy bites DK's finger, after DK dropped a merciless punch on the top of the monkey's head.
The intro of the first Donkey Kong Country, where Cranky Kong is seen cranking a record player playing the theme song to the original Donkey Kong arcade game... and then Donkey Kong swings down with a boom box playing a remixed version. Cranky Kong angrily shakes his fist at the gorilla, and then throws a TNT Barrel. Cue Donkey Kong's Eye Pop right before it explodes.
Diddy's "failure" animation, which consists of him throwing his hat on the ground and stomping on it repeatedly.
"Rattle Battle" in Donkey Kong Country 2, in which the player spends the level as a giant bouncing coiled snake with buckteeth, bouncing on enemies' heads while the most insane Benny Hill-esque music plays.
In Donkey Kong Country 3, after beating KAOS for the second time, K. Rool appears and says "Oh no! My wife is going to kill me! I used all her best pots and pans to build him!"
The ending of Donkey Kong Country 3, which has the mother banana bird chasing after K. Rool on a hovercraft around the overworld, eventually dropping a giant eggshell on his head, followed by Dixie and Kiddy Kong. And then Cranky Kong is riding a jet ski in the background, until you hear the motorboat its connected to stop and speed up, exploding off screen. Cranky then resurfaces in the foreground holding a wet sign that says THE END.
Donkey Kong Country Returns: The intro cinematic. After hypnotizing the rest of the animals to steal DK's banana hoard, one of the Tikis tries to put the ape under his thrall. Cue the beginning of the first stage, where DK promptly sends the Tiki enemy flying.
Donkey Kong Country Returns has a rocket barrel level where you end up being attacked by bats. At the end of the level, a giant bat bursts through the floor and roars at you. In response, DK just gives him an annoyed wave off and gets back to flying. When it starts chasing him at the end, he face palms. It's a little touch that's completely hilarious.
You can always gets a chuckle out of hearing the enemy Kremling death screams in DKC2 and DKC3. "AUGH!"
Believe it or not, Diddy gets his own ending if you beat the final boss as him in DKCR. But you ask, how can little Diddy send the Moon into Tiki Tong's Tower? Well, he uses his head, meaning he sees the moon, panics, and activates his jetpack while trying to run in the air. Only for his jetpack to malfunction, sending him headfirst into the moon.
In "Klump's Lumps", Klump is fired by King K.Rool and replaced by Krusha. As a test, K.Rool points out a barrel and asks Krusha to figure out whether or not if it is an exploding barrel...
Krusha: I can find out... Boom It's an exploding barrel, all right...
K.Rool:(Sarcastically) Oh, goody! Blind obedience! Oh look, General! Another barrel!
Bluster's panic attack when he thinks his hair is falling out in "Hunka Hunka Burning Bluster":
"There, how could Candy possibly resist me now? [looks at comb] What's this? HAIR!? MY HAIR!??!AAAHHHH!!! My hair's falling out!" [Later] "I can't use this. So what if I've lost a bit of hair? [looks at comb again] AAHHHH! MORE HAIR!! I'm shedding!"
Dixie: I'm looking for my pet crab, Dids. I can't find him anywhere. Diddy: Ah, never fear, Diddy's here! Just show a hor de'voure plate in front of me and I can find a crab with my eyes closed. HERE, CRAPPY! CRAPPY! HERE, CRAPPY, CRAPPY! Dixie: It's Crabby!
K. Rool's annoyance with Klump's jumping-jacks dance in "Oragutango":
K. Rool: Once again, I, King K. Rool, have done the impossible. What do you think, Klump? Klump: [does his jumping-jacks dance] K. Rool: I wish you wouldn't do that!
Leading to this payoff when K. Rool wins a wish on the Coconut:
K. Rool: Now let me see, what do I want? To be ruler of all of Kongo Bongo Island? That sounds good... Cranky: It's not your fault, Donkey Kong. Klump: [does his jumping-jacks dance] K. Rool:I WISH YOU WOULDN'T DO THAT! Cranky: Hahahahaha! Looks like you got your one wish, K. Rool!
Klump pushing K. Rool's Berserk Button by messing up his computer game in "Buried Treasure".
Krusha: Only 500 more points to beat your record, your croc-ship. K. Rool: Come on, come on, come on!!! Klump: [appears on the computer, erasing the game] General Klump, King K. Rool sir! Y'read me, your high 'n mightyness? ...Looking a little pale there, chief! K. Rool:NOOOOOOOOOO!!! [smashes the computer] Klump: [calling on cell phone] Chief? You there, chief? Seems we had some sort of interference.
Also the frequent interruptions to Cranky's vacation. To start with, he first gets attacked by a swarm of bees. After he traps the bees in a bottle of banana soda, his sandwiches run off.
Cranky: ...Ants! First bees, and now ants! Blast!(Gives chase) Come back here, you thieving insects! Uurrrroarrgggghhh!
In "Cranky's Tickle Tonic", Funky is flying Cranky to the White Mountains to administer the titular tonic to Eddy, the Mean Old Yeti. Unfortunately, the engine from the plane is so loud Cranky's instructions can't be heard.
Cranky: I think I just spotted Eddie!
Funky: I am ready, dude!
Cranky: Not 'ready'! Eddie!
Funky: Not ready yet? Just say when!
Cranky: Isn't there something you can do so we can communicate!?
Funky:(Turns off engine) All right, let's communicate.
Cranky: What'd you do?
Funky: Turned the engine off.
Cranky: So what's holding us up?
Bluster trying to vote twice in "Vote of Kong-fidence":
Bluster: May I have another [vote]? Cranky: Sorry Bluster, one vote each! That's how it works. Bluster: You mean I get the same number of votes as him?![pointing to Eddie the Yeti] And you call this a democracy!
The ending of "Barrel, Barrel, Who's Got the Barrel?" K.Rool's latest scheme has been foiled, and the Crystal Coconut has been returned. Donkey Kong questions the logic of keeping the Coconut someplace so accessible, but Cranky waves him off.
Cranky: Nah, as long as I have my big stick here, no one will mess with me!
(Eddie bursts through the door, club in hand. DK, Diddy, and Cranky make Oh Crap faces.)
Klump: No, you non-commissioned nincompoop! Donkey Kong!
Krusha: You want to marry Donkey Kong?
Klump: NO! Donkey Kong's getting married! We gotta tell King K. Rool immediately!
K.Rool:Who did you say was getting married?
Krusha: Me and Klump.
Klump: Uh, pay no attention to him, sir.
From the same episode, when K. Rool thinks he hasn't been invited to the wedding:
K. Rool: They didn't invite me?! Oh, that's so unfair! What's wrong with me?! Haven't I always tried to be a good enemy to Donkey Kong??
Klump: Uh, permission to invite you as my date, your party-pooperness?
K. Rool: NO, NO, NO! Now they've insulted me! I wouldn't go to that wedding if they begged me to go!
Klump: Well, I'll save ya a piece of weddin' cake, sir.
From "Raiders of the Lost Banana":
K. Rool: Think of the possibilities, Klump. Do you realize the things I could do with the Crystal Coconut in one hand and the Golden Banana in the other?
Klump: Um... eh, juggle?
Also, this dialogue after the curse of the Golden Banana causes Bluster's Barrelcopter to crash into Cranky's cabin;
Bluster: The Barrelcopter! Mummy'll be livid!
Cranky: Your mummy can take a number. I was livid first!
Candy: What about me?
Bluster: What about you?
Cranky: You can be livid later, now get this thing out of my house!
The entirety of "Bug A Boogie".
In one episode, DK and Diddy borrow Funky's plane. It goes off the tree house runway...and falls straight down, then flies all over the place.
The montage of Klump and Krusha being kicked out of the tree house as they try to return the Crystal Coconut. When they finally manage to deliver it, Cranky takes it...and slams the door in their faces.
Cranky: Well, whaddya know... (SLAM!) It wasn't a trick after all!
Despite its cliched premise, The Big Switcheroo, is amazingly funny, particularly surrounding the flip between Candy and Klump:
Klump!Candy: You'd better not have damaged that body, you slimy tadpole!
Candy!Klump: You call this a body? I eat pretzels fatter 'n this!
From the same episode, we have Cranky telling DK and Diddy what to do with the "amulet".
Cranky: Go to the Forbidden Forest, and hide it in the Well of Woe. DK: WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOA! (stammering) No way am I going to the Forbidden Forest of Kongo-Bongo!
In "Ape-nesia", when K.Rool, Klump and Krusha are spying on Pirate!DK:
K.Rool: So that's it! There's the reason Donkey Kong took my throne! Klump: Uh, he, um... wanted a seat? K.Rool: NO, you knucklehead! For some reason, Donkey Kong thinks he's a pirate, so he's pirating everything that's not glued down! Klump: Well, maybe... he's "brainy-washed"! K.Rool: Something only you could be immune to... Krusha: He-He could be, uh... "hyp-potized". K.Rool: WHATEVER!
When Skurvy gives his speech the third time in "The Legend of the Crystal Coconut", even he's bored of it!
Skurvy: Arr, Kongo-Bongo Island, family heirloom, yada-yada-yada, claim me birthright, great-great-Grandpappy, pity the landlubber shark-bait what stops me, yyyyyyyyada-yada-yada. (beat) What was the next part? DK: Uh, your tooth? Skurvy: Oh, yeah. OW! On my honor, grant any favor, yada-yada-yada, swamp-suckin'-sea-scum-scallywag to rid me of this OWWWW toothache, doing what pirates do best, STEAL BOOTY. (sigh)
In "Barrel, Barrel, Who's Got The Barrel?", DK and Diddy are looking for the barrel containing the Crystal Coconut in the White Mountains and meet Eddie the Mean Old Yeti, who is hitting a barrel with a stick.
Eddie: Heavy stick, good grip. But for Eddie, way too small!
Diddy: Hey, friend, you found our barrel, mister...?
Diddy: Ed-die...the Mean Old Yeti? Oh...
DK: Uh, Mr. Meany, um, Eddie, Sir Yeti, heheheh. That's our barrel. We'll just take it and be on our way.
Eddie: No! Eddie get bonked on head by raining barrel! It mine!
DK: You can keep the barrel! We just need what's inside.
Eddie: It mine! It all mine! (Runs off with barrel)