The Gundams' debut, serious as it is, has a few of funny moments:
AEU's officer berating Patrick for trying to face the unknown mobile suit head on without precaution, but is stopped by fellow audience wanting to watch the capabilities of brand-new Enact. Of course, knowing the result...
"King of Mock Battles!"
The terrorist attack on HRL's orbital elevator, when a defense force pilot argued that he only has a little training. "Just crash into them. You'll get two-rank promotion!"
Lockon's Haro trying to stop a fight on a shore in Episode 7, only to get swept away by the sea.
Sumeragi initially refuses to share her booze with Allelujah, saying she'll get into legal trouble for letting a minor drink. Allelujah points out, quite reasonably, that they're already notorious terrorists.
In season one, when Louise finally manages to get her mother to accept Saji (by showing her his status as a nigh-Woobie that needs to work more than one job to help his sister pay their rent) she suddenly says she sees her husband in him. Louise is NOT pleased.
Louise: No! Dad's still alive!
Later on, while watching coverage of another event involving Celestial Being, astounded Louise's mother holds onto Saji's arm as they watch.
Louise: Let go of him!
Anytime Patrick Colasour Epic Fails at combat, and somehow lives through it anyway. "Not AGAIN!"
What's especially hilarious is that he gains a reputation as "The Immortal Colasour" ("Colasour the Indestructible" in the dub) for surviving so many battles with the Gundams.
Changes it to "Colasour the Ridiculously Lucky" after getting married to his superior officer at the end of Season 2.
Orange Haro: I wanted to see you! I wanted to see you! Big brother! Big brother! Purple Haro: Who the hell are you? Who the hell are you? Orange Haro: Haro! Haro! Purple Haro: Don't know ya! Don't know ya! [Bumps Orange Haro...] Orange Haro: (Fading away from the scene) Big brother, your memories! Big brother, your memories! Big brother, your memories!
Made better because he mentions it was Sumeragi's idea. One wonders how long she'd wanted to do that...
Season 2 Episode 18. A battle is going to start, and everyone says the name of a person he/she love most, either a romantic interest, or a family member... except for Tieria and Setsuna, who said "Veda" and "Gundam", respectively.
Ribbons Almark finding 0 Gundam and calling it in excitement his dream all along. This might not be as obvious as the examples above, but think about it! This has been done intentionally given that Ribbons Almark shares the same voice actor with Amuro Ray! Wouldn't it be funny to imagine Amuro wetting his eyes for finding the RX-78-2 once again so many years after losing it??
Even Ali al-Saachez is capable of these. When Nena meets him in the second season, she angrily recognizes him as the man who killed her brothers. His response? A cheerful "Get out! I knew you looked familiar!", as though greeting an old aquaintance.
Everyone meeting Ian's wife Linda... and remarking on their age difference.
Saji: "Wow, she's young."
Allelujah: *smirking* "There oughtta be a law."
Ian: "Shut up!"
Lyle finding Allelujah and Marie making out in Season 2 episode 7.
Haro: Allelujah detected! Allelujah detected!
Lyle: *sees Allelujah kissing Marie* What the hell? All this trouble to find him, and he's been hanging out with some girl! Way to go, pal!
Lyle confessing to Anew and the others' reaction to it.
Mileina: AMAZING! The flowers of Love have finally blossomed!
Gundam 00: A Wakening of the Trailblazer has Patrick repeatedly failing to call Kati anything other than "Colonel" ("How many times do I have to tell you it's Brigadier General!"), Mena Carmine and her hyperactive crush on Billy, and Mileina confessing her love to Tieria ("No matter what form you take!"), eliciting a "WHAT THE HELL!" from her father.
Patrick shows up with cups of coffee for Kati during a hard day's work in a pajama. He doesn't seems to care that the place used to be Ribbons's secret base.
Early in the movie, Hallelujah uses mad Le Parkour skills to escape from ELS-controlled vehicles, winding up on top of a building looking down at the cars. He shouts "You can't get me up here!" The ELS respond with a helicopter.
The fansub group [gg] had loads of fun with this scene, basically using it as a vehicle for mocking bad Fan Sub practices such as extravagant fonts, leaving words untranslated, and putting "Translator's Notes" all over the place.
Mission 2306, Another Story. Dear God, just... Another Story.
Hallelujah becoming a school bully (After Setsuna and Tieria had hypnotized him into doing so) and assaulting Saji, only to get completely curb-stomped by Graham, who was calling his attacks!
Setsuna's incessant "CHORISUUUU!"-spouting as a ridiculous facade issued in order to allay any suspicion. HE SOUNDS LIKE TAMAKI!!
It gets better. Graham becomes infatuated with Setsuna's facade and eventually tries to RAPE HIM!
Mention must be made of the part where Hallelujah possesses Allelujah for a day. He's quite convinced that his stratagem is better than Sumeragi's and when she disagrees, Hallelujah calls her aside, the two leave the room... and Sumeragi has The Immodest Orgasm the instant the door closes behind her. Upon their return, Hallelujah reminds Lockon of his earlier boasting that he'd be done with the plan in less than a minute, to which Tieria snarks that it wasn't even two seconds, let alone twenty. Immediately afterwards, Sumeragi mentions that Veda recommends Hallelujah's plan over hers.
Tieria: When did you-?!
Hallelujah: I did say I'd finish in a minute.
Lockon: What kind of ability is that?!
To put the icing on the cake, Setsuna starts to ask Lockon what happened to Sumeragi, only for Lockon to tensely interrupt that Setsuna is too young to know.
And at the end of the episode, Allelujah is very unnerved at how pissed everyone is at him - especially Setsuna, since Hallelujah damaged the Exia.
Mission 2312, Cooperation is quite funny as well.
Season 2 episode 8 had Patrick reunite with Colonel Mannequin...and upon seeing him, her first words were, "Oh no, it's him."