Klahn: These are drunks who do not know where they are, and no longer care. Klahn: These are drunks who do not know where they are, but do care. Klahn: And these people know where they are, and care, but don't drink. Prisoner: Where am I? Klahn: (to prisoner) Do you care? Prisoner: No. Klahn: (to guard) Put this man in the first cage, and give him a drink! (leaves) Guard: What do you drink? Prisoner: I don't care.
Klahn shipping off a terrified CIA agent to Detroit.
NOOOO! NOT DETROIT! NOT THAT!
Klahn is not happy with some of his guards, so he forces three of them... to play out The Dating Game or else die.
The guards names are Hung Well, Long Wang, and Enormous Genitals.
The first guard's answer to how he'd do a first date is so lame that Klahn's enforcer kills him before he can finish.
The second guard is asked a trick question: "If you were my alarm clock, how would you wake me?" "I wouldn't. I'm no ding-a-ling." He gets his back broken.
The third guard, realizing he's screwed, answers by praising Dr. Klahn's efforts for building an incredible fighting force. And it works... up until the guard says "Let's all give Dr. Klahn a big hand!" Yeah, he dies for that little faux pas.
Meta example- the announcer in that skit (and a few others)? Shadoe Stevens, who would later announce an actual game show- The Hollywood Squares.
The "Happy Birthday to You!" joke in the courtroom sketch. It cost the filmmakers $10,000 for the rights and was worth every penny.
Stephen Bishop's cameo in Catholic High School Girls In Trouble.