During Scott Steiner's debut, after spending a minute or so hyping his big return to WWE, after Steiner shouts "Gimme a fuckin' mic!", all that comes out of Lawler's mouth is a tiny "uh, oh..."
Any one of his jokes about Helen Hart, for instance:
"I heard Helen Hart walked into an antique store. They decided to keep her."
"I wanted to meet the one responsible for producing more tragedies than Shakespeare." note Hilarious until the Hart family suffered a tragedy with Owen Hart's untimely death. But knowing Owen's incredible knack for humor, he'd probably still laugh at jokes like these were he still around.
"I'm not gonna say she's old but she is the only person I know who has an autographed copy of the Bible."
The opening of his match with Michael Cole at WrestleMania. Cole take shelter in his "Cole Mine" and tries to placate King with a handshake. King accepts...and then promptly refuses to let go, pulling Cole's arm and slamming his face into the Cole Mine repeatedly. The looks on Cole's face really sell it.
He also pulled it off earlier when Cole screwed him out of the WWE World Heavyweight Title. The next week, he was forced to shake Cole's hand but wouldn't let go. At the end of the promo, Cole got hit by Randy Orton with the RKO.
From the 1997 Royal Rumble: Jerry is doing commentary with Vince McMahon and Jim Ross while it's just Bret Hart and Steve Austin in the ring. Suddenly, Jerry's number comes up, and Jerry makes a big show of it to everyone. Unfortunately, Bret's got no time for this shit.
Him claiming ECW stands for "Extremely Crappy Wrestling".
When discussing possible explanations for why Christian and Trish Stratus were absent from the arena, he mentions that they may have to to Viagra Falls instead of Niagara Falls. Whoops.
During the 2010 Slammy presentation, Jerry gave Vickie Guerrero a humorous receipt for a shot she took at him, then another when Vickie attempted a rebuttal. The following RAW, Jerry, along with John Cena, decided to further mock Vickie. The subject of the humor for both nights? Vickie's weight. Judging by the positive reactions of two different crowds, it's safe to say Jerry didn't disappoint.
Vickie: Look Jerry. For your information, I have lost a considerable amount of weight.
Lawler: You've lost weight? *glances at Vickie's backside* Look around. I think you'll find it.
Lawler: I can't help it that you're the only WWE Diva whose bathtub has stretchmarks.
Lawler: John, did you know that when God said "Let there be light", he had to ask Vickie to step out of the way first?
Jake Roberts had the unfortunate hobby of drinking alcohol and everyone, even children, could see there were times when he was not exactly as sharp as usual. Lawler decided that was plenty of fuel for him to use against Jake in promos. Good thing Jake was a good sport because Lawler pulled no punches in mocking Jake's wrestling with his inner demons, or his "barthritis" as Lawler put it.
"You'll never hear the words "Jake 'the snake" Roberts got a DUI". He would never drive drunk. He'd be too afraid of hitting a bump and spilling his drink!"
"Hey Jake, I found a tag team partner for you since no one else wants to take the position. *Jerry pulls out a bottle of booze*"
"Jake knew his wife was ugly but he said that was nothing a 6 pack and a flip of the light switch wouldn't cure."
"I'll do you all a favor. The first thing I'm gonna do is I'm gonna knock him down horizontal so you'll recognize him."
Jerry really liked to poke fun at Razor Ramon/Scott Hall's hair, to the point of saying Scott's hair had more oil in it than Jerry's car.
While walking down the isle to the ring one night in Milwaukee, Jerry decided to insult random fans.
"It's girls like you that turn men into, well, people like Goldust." note A remark which received laughter from the crowd after Jerry insulted everything from the city's baseball team losing to their intelligence.