For such a dark, violent series, there were a few.
- Robo bending the party store robber's gun barrel 90 degrees.
- ED-209 falling down a flight of stairs and throwing a temper tantrum; helpfully, his programmers taught him to squeal like a pig when he can't get up.
- The many, many satirical commercials.
- The hapless would-be robber who tried holding up a donut shop full of cops. The clerk quips, "how's it feel being a rocket scientist?"
- Blasting the ED-209 outside OCP HQ. Robo walks away from the apparently intact ED-209, the camera gradually zooming out to reveal just the legs staggering around drunkenly for a few moments.
- Your move, creep!
- "Something with reclining leather seats, that goes really fast and gets really shitty gas mileage!"
- Robocop reading the Miranda Rights to a corpse wouldn't be funny, if it weren't for his utterly confused reaction when this was pointed out.
- When RoboCop was fighting RoboCop 2, The Old Man shouted "Behave yourselves!!" This troper found it funny because you got one of the most corrupt executives in movie history witnessing a Curb-Stomp Battle between two cyborgs armed to the teeth. All he does is discipline them like two bickering children.
- During said fight, RoboCop blows up RoboCop 2's shoulder mounted cannon. When he does so, it gives a little video game/cartoony sound effect.
- "Dick...I'm very disappointed."
- In the first film, when Robo is with children and interviewed by a TV reporter:
"Reporter: Robo, excuse me, Robo, any special message for all the kids watching at home?"
: Stay out of trouble.". (children aren't very happy when hear that
- When RoboCop shoots Jones out the window, Johnson jumps up with this huge smile and gives Robo a thumbs up.
- Johnson's small scale Villainous Breakdown in the third film when all the cops quit is hilarious.
- Robo's Flashed Badge Hijack in the third movie. Robo's requires a car from a pimp who's looking another way, the pimp turns around pissed and holding a switchblade, sees Robocop and obediently gives up the car keys.
- Robo casually waltzing into the police station in the third film: Da Chief points out that, technically, they're supposed to arrest him. Robo just asks to be pointed to the Rehab staging area, and suggests they call the fire department; the chief's attitude is what sells the scene.
- The best example of Black Comedy in the entire film: When ED-209 malfunctions during a demonstration and shoots a hapless board member to death. And then continues to shoot up his lifeless body. When it finally runs out of ammunition, another horrified board member gives us this gem:
Board Member: Somebody call a paramedic!