It is an absolute guilty-pleasure to laugh at an arogant bully and sociopath like Clarence Boddicker crying and screaming like a little girl for Robocop to stop throwing him through plate-glass windows.... While reading him his underserved Miranda Rights.
Boddicker: WHAT IS THIS SHIIIIIIIIIT?!?!?! *tossed*
RoboCop bending the convenience store robber's gun barrel a full 90 degrees.
Trying to pursue RoboCop, ED-209 falls down a flight of stairs and throws a temper tantrum. Helpfully, his programmers taught him to squeal like a pig when he can't get up.
The hostage situation scene at City Hall is funny. RoboCop tells the negotiator to keep Miller talking while he's going upstairs to take him down. The moment is when Miller demands a new car on the city's dime, specifically "something with reclining leather seats, that goes really fast and gets really shitty gas mileage!" The negotiator suggests the 6000 SUX, and even offers to throw in a Blaupunktnote a German brand of car radios if Miller lets the mayor go. There's a Brick Joke: we see a commercial in which an uncanny T-Rex chases terrorized civilians through a city street. Then its eyes pop out with a cartoony sound effect when it sees a big 6000 SUX, "An American Tradition!" and then on the bottom of the screen, we see the text "8.2 MPG".
Bob Morton: Somebody want to call a goddamn paramedic? Let's go, Johnson!
In a blink and you'll miss it moment, we see that a board member has pissed himself in his hurry to leave the bathroom prior to Bob Morton's confrontation with Dick Jones at the sinks.
During a riot after the cops go on strike, Emil is just casually drinking some whiskey and watching a TV through the window of an electronics store, ironically acting better behaved than the rioters. When some of the rioters toss a newspaper box through the window of another store, Emil actually reacts in shock at the noise before deciding "Screw it", throws his bottle at the window, before knocking enough out with a crowbar to turn on the volume and continue watching the show.
When Robo confronts Leon Nash after finding out his true identity. Nash tries and fails to fight him when he demands to know where Clarence Boddciker and ends up getting dragged by his hair to an unknown location. His hammy screaming during it all makes it all the more funny. Though one has to wonder what Robo did offscreen to make him talk.
The best part of it is when Nash pulls a gun on Robo, who swats it out of his hand and into the crowd of dancers at the club. Some random guy catches it and continues to dance like nothing happened.