Funny: Resident Evil 4

  • The second special costume mode gives Ashley a full plate armor, whose helmet noisily closes as you aim at her. Have fun watching the enemies as they try to grab the girl and fall hopelessly to the ground due to her heavy armor. Or Leon himself whenever he has to catch her.
  • The trophy for rescuing Ashley the first time?
    "Secure the Ballistics"
  • Checking the hanging meat in the kitchen during the Island Arc will prompt Leon to say he "could really use a big juicy steak right about now".
  • This:
    Salazar: I've sent my right hand to dispose of you.
    Leon: Your right hand comes off?
    • Made even better when you realize that, given all the weirdness Leon has seen, that IS a perfectly valid question.
    • The whole scene involving that is a nicely-layered lasagna of funny moments.
      Salazar: (after dropping Leon into a death trap pit, listening into an earphone) Hmm...where is the satisfying sound of one's impalement?
      Leon: (hanging from his grappling wire) I won't fall for this old trick... (aims his pistol at the other end of the earphone)
    • The best part of it all, though, is that Salazar, a Smug Snake of the highest order this whole time, flat-out flips his lid after that.
    • Another good one comes earlier, when Leon meets Luis, and he shows the Spaniard a picture of Ashley.
      Luis: Okay, let me guess. She's the President's daughter?
      Leon: That's too good for a guess. Wanna start explaining?
      Luis: *ominous voice* Psychic Powers.
      Leon: *looks like he might actually be considering it*
      Luis: Naah, I'm just kidding.
    • The Dark Id manages to make it even funnier in his Let's Play by photoshopping Razputin's hat and goggles on Luis' head when he says that.
  • Using the PRL-412 on the Final Boss without charging it has amusing results.
  • Sometimes when Leon kills an enemy while escorting Ashley, she'll do a cute little fist pump in victory.
  • Jump off a ladder (without catching Ashley) and aim up at her, and she'll call you a pervert and cover up her skirt.
    • Probably unintentional on the designers' part, but if Leon gets knocked on his back by an enemy near Ashley and happens to be positioned right, she'll similarly react as if he's trying to look up her skirt. It's hysterical to hear Ashley chastising Leon for being a pervert while he's getting his brains bashed in!
      • Made even better when Leon actually dies under her, and she calls him a pervert even as the game fades into the "You Are Dead" screen.
  • In the original Gamecube version, there is a bug that allows Ashley to Suplex certain enemies if you quickly press A after stunning them by opening a door in their face. It's pretty hilarious AND can make that part of the game easier.
  • When you first rescue Luis in Chapter 1:
    Luis: ...Okay. I have one, very important question... do you got a smoke?
    Leon: (shrugs) ...I got gum...
  • A moment of unintended hilarity can happen with Luis if you're wearing Leon's first alternate costume:
    Luis: You a cop?
    (looks at Leon wearing his Raccoon Police Department outfit)
  • In the island military base, there's an oven containing a Ganado. Most first-time players won't know what to do (and take double-damage if the fan-nicknamed "Oven Man" grabs them), but those expecting should step back immediately as soon as Oven Man bursts through. He dies of his own burns shortly.
  • Every time a Ganado blows himself up with his own dynamite like he's friggin' Wily E. Coyote.
  • Always fun to watch a Ganado climb up a ladder, only to kick it down the moment he gets to the top. And then watching them setting the ladder back up and trying again.
  • In a amusing easter egg, if you shoot at fish in the lake just before the fight with the lake monster, it bursts out of the water and eats you.
  • Ada barely manages to avoid being a ritual sacrifice by the Ganados, and only gets a cut on her thigh. However, this is enough for her to shoot a Death Glare at the Ganado who did it, who (despite being Brainwashed and Crazy) is visibly taken aback by it.
  • The fact that one of the Ganados steals Leon's jacket for no reason.
    • Of course there's a good reason. That was a nice jacket.
  • The Laser-Guided Karma punishment for shooting Luis multiple times. On the last bullet, the game stops, and plays a cutscene where Luis yells "Adios, Leon!" and nails him with two bullets from his own gun.
  • Playing as Leon you get a few humorous comments if you look at items. Playing as Ada? It's dialed up to Aya Brea levels.
    "Is this what passes for police work these days?" On finding the officer in the village.
  • Even the credits gets one. After the Capcom logo shows up, it shows a message that the copyright of the game is help by the Raccoon Police Department and that anyone violating it would be prosecuted by S.T.A.R.S memebers.