Another moment on NXT had him so bored with an Arm Wrestling challenge, he literally fell asleep at the announce desk. When he came to, he had no idea where he was.
Instead of providing commentary for a match, Cole and Mathews ate popcorn and discuss the WWE film Knucklehead. They even invited Tony Chimel to join them with Mathews telling him to not read from their script
When he vomited on Jericho seen here at the 10th anniversary of Smack Down. It won him a Slammy for the "Oh My!" Moment of 2009.
Made even funnier when the fans chant "Milwaukee! Milwaukee!" at him and Cole jumps up to start chanting it with them. The crowd IMMEDIATELY stops. You know you're a Creator's Pet when you can instantly squash the crowd trolling a wrestler simply by AGREEING with them.
... wait a minute. I've never been to live event, but can the crowd even hear the commentators?
Not usually but the Titantron cut to Cole happily jumping out of his seat to lead the chant. Once everyone saw it, they shut up.
Admit it, you laughed when you saw the box and Cole referred to it as the "Cole Mine".
The fact that it's basically a Shrine to Self with his Slammies and douchey Cole stickers all over everything inside helps, too.
And for a brief time, the British flag after he was knighted.
Michael's reaction to Jerry defeating Jack Swagger, meaning that Michael now had to face the King at Extreme Rules in a match of his choice! The expression on Michael's face can best be described as a perfect Oh Crap and he's pretty much in a mini Villainous Breakdown. This even funnier considering what a Smug Snake he was before that!
And after focusing his rage on Jack, Jerry informs him that he just blamed and slapped his tag-team partner in their match.
Jerry to Jack: That's the guy who just slapped the taste out your mouth. What to you think of him now?
After Stone Cold became the referee in his and Jerry's match at Wrestlemania, he kept on dumping beer on Cole. This is part of the reason for the aforementioned Cole Mine.
Cole has a Weaksauce Weakness, his inability to escape from handshakes, that has been taken advantage of by Daniel Bryan, Jerry Lawler, and the Rock. Usually a handshake is followed with a total Oh Crap expression when he realizes just how screwed he is, honestly should learn to stop accepting them.
Danielson: (clamping down on Cole's hand) You call yourself a man and you can't even escape a handshake?!
Lawler: (pulls Cole's arm through the hole in the Cole Mine, slamming his face into the wall repeatedly)
The Rock: (clamping down on Cole's hand) Go Heat, bitch! note This episode took place in Miami during the lead-up to an NBA Finals series between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics. Guess what jersey Cole wore for the segment?(Rock Bottoms Cole)
It's mean, but on a recent episode of Smackdown. Cody Rhodes had passed out bags for people to put over their heads and when the camera focused on a kid taking his off, you hear Cole yell, "Put that bag back on, kid!"
Jerry Lawler vs Michael Cole at Over The Limit. Only two words can describe it; Humiliation Conga.
Pretty much everything that happened to Cole during the 7/25/11 RAW. First, his reaction to JR'sreturn. He flips out on Triple H and jumps up on the announce table to start yelling at him and JR, looking a lot like a small child throwing a tantrum. Then Triple H puts him in a match, and since Cole doesn't have his orange singlet with him, tells Cole that he's had some special gear picked out for him in the back. When Cole finally comes out, it's to "King of Kings"...wearing Triple H's briefs. Cole actually cranks the hilarity Up to Eleven by trying to imitate Triple H's entrance...even down to the water bottle and mist spray. Then, to round the Humiliation Conga off, he gets squashed by Zack Ryder.
On the 9/23 episode of WWE SmackDown!, The Usos were in a match with the tag team champions, Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne. Everything is going fine until Bourne makes the hot tag. Suddenly, Cole and Josh Matthews begin taking all of Booker T's lines, much to the latter's chagrin. Might not sound funny, but just imagine Cole saying "Shucky Ducky!" and try not to laugh.
Booker T responds with the mother of all Flat "What"s, while Jim Ross can be seen muttering something under his breath. Given the rumors about that particular line, it's fully possible that this was a genuine reaction of shock that this line even made it onto programming.
On the 8/28/2012 episode of Raw, Cole had the (Mis)fortune to do commentary alongside Kane, who came out to watch the Zack Ryder and David Otunga match, after Josh Matthews ran off in fear of Kane. What resulted was Cole trying to talk to Kane during the match, not getting a single word out of him, no matter what he said, such as saying that Matthews' seat was taken, asking Kane if he was into social media, giving various bits of info on Otunga, asking if Kane's anger Management classes worked for him, all while standing and not sitting next to Kane.
Cole and Miz break away from normal commentary to lampshade their simultaneous departures from heeldom.
Miz: That wasn't funny.
Cole: Remember the days when you used to like my humor?
Miz: Well remember the days when you used to stand up when I came out and and clap?
Cole: (dismissive) Yeah I'm over that.
Usually, JBL would often chant "WHAT'S UP?!" whenever R Truth does it. But Cole, apparently fed up with it at one point, yells at JBL "Shut up!"