This show obviously shows clips of people failing at something, and those shows can really have some funny moments, whether it be the clips themselves or the commentators. The folders below have descriptions added.
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Brawlers (Here's a fight. Repeat 19 times. Roll credits. Repeat first three steps way too many times.)
The whole animated parody of Danny Bonaduce's infamous transvestite hooker incident.
Danny: So I take off, I beat the cops to my house, I run upstairs and say, 'What'll I do, what'll I do? I know, I'll dive in the closet, and pull dirty clothes over me!'
The entire "Nodding Turtles" clip, made all the more hilarious with the voice-over dub, having the turtles chant, "Ya! Ya! Ya! Ya! Ya! Ya! Ya! Ya!" as they nod at one another.
Chuck: They look like two black schoolgirls havin' a arguement!
A clip some guys shot at a duck pond of a white duck and a black duck attacking each other.
Daniel Baldwin: It was only a matter of time before Donald and Daffy's professional relationship came to blows.
Competitions (Things you're better off not doing)
Daniel Baldwin and John Enos running out into traffic while wearing sumo suits. Comedy gold.
Kevin: And it only took him a year to come up with that joke. He could write for Tonya.
Holidays (Or, more specifically, the dumb things that happen on holidays)
An officer pulls over a drunk driver, dressed in a crappy zombie costume for Halloween.
Officer: Are you bleeding?
Drunk: It's Halloween stuff.
Officer: Oh, Halloween stuff. What are you dressed as?
Drunk: A dead guy.
Officer: A gay guy, okay.
Drunk: No, a dead guy.
In a clip of a family gathering at Christmastime, a grown man and his elderly mother try their hand - or rather, feet - at Dance Dance Revolution. When the son takes his turn, his mother (who apparently is better than him) starts mocking and taunting him. He actually shoves his mother down to the floor with one hand, and without even breaking away from the game.
Inventions (Technically, it's "World's Smartest Inventions", but we'll take it anyway)
Jaime Andrews on "The Drib".
Jaime: "The Drib"? Well, I guess "Pig In A Blanket" was already taken.
Mike T.: Man, that workout equipment sure looks stupid. Now, where was I? (starts using the Shake Weight)
The "Man Bib" invention, meant to help guys, shall we say, cleanup. None of the commentators can believe it.
Mike Britt, in response to an elderly gentleman's comments about Bowser Beer being made in America, and having U.S.D.A.-approved ingredients.
Mike B.:: We get it grandpa! Stars and stripes! Red, white, and blue! Got it! It's dog beer, dude!
Mike Trainor, offering us his alternative to Flying Pasties (works especially well for Big Guys):
Mike T: Whenever I have to go through the scanner at the airport, I just tuck my junk in between my legs... does nothing for my security, but it gives them something to talk about.
The casts' reactions to Squishy Baff, that turns your bath water into a squishy goo.
Kevin: "You can turn water into a squishy goo"? Do we have to?
Chuck: Squishy Baff! First of all, thank you for making me feel culturally comfortable about myself!
Gary: It's stupid to goo yourself from finding your own pleasure points. Need I say more? Need I say more?
The Sip N Dip Cookie Dipper, that allows you to dunk your cookie into your milk, without spilling milk or messing your fingers; the inventor says it's for all your favorite cookies, but it's clearly created with small cookies like Oreos or girl scout cookies in mind. Jared Logan wants to dunk his favorite cookie - a black-and-white cookie - but sees it won't fit. He stares at the camera with a look of horror.
Kevin: Finally we're now to a point where our inventors are inventing problems to invent inventions for.
Michael Loftus's reaction to an American-made invention that allows you to slip your hand into a small cubical pillow thing to let you rest your head for a quick nap.
Michael: I remember when we used to do cool shit like go to the moon, and now we're like, "We made a block of foam! And put cover on it!! U.S.A.!!! U.S.A.!!!"
My Best Friend's Fork, a special fork invented by a woman named Val Arnold, who likes to feed her dogs from a fork; the BFF is designed with a looped handle and rounded edges for the dog's safety, and she also notes the fork's decorations:
Val: I have a pink rhinestone for girls, a blue rhinestone for boys, and a diamond.
Brad: So what's the diamond for? Tranny dogs?
From the HatCam segment, we see the HatCam footage of different cast members, including Brendan (on his first day) and Leif encountering each other.
Brendan: Are you the new guy?
Leif:I'm the new guy? You're the new guy.
Brendan: Ah, dude... I've been doing this—
Leif: Excuse me, bro... come on, I've been here since Season 1.
Leif: How about you?
Brendan: I've been here since 9:00.
Leif: Oh, congratulations! Welcome.
The Ms. Taken ring: essentially, a fake wedding ring for women to drive away perverts that are hitting on them.
Informercial Announcer: The Ms. Taken Femme Fatale ring packet comes with a blingin' 2-karet Australian crystal—
Wes:Australian crystal?! Uh-uh!
Motorheads (Drivers 2.0)
Mike Trainor in response to a drunken Russian crashing a bulldozer through a parking lot, and the owners of the wrecked take turns beating him up (and at one point, pull up his shirt and smack him):
Mike T.: His shirt's up! Everybody give him a pink belly! (Starts smacking Brad Loekle's belly) YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY! (Serious tone) Seriously dude, we're really mad at you.
We see a tractor in a Walmart parking lot in Ontario, with no driver inside, which the cast turns into an episode of Scooby Doo, with Brendan Walsh playing Shaggy, and Michael Loftus playing Scooby Doo (also Mike Trainor and Brad Loekle are a pair of fraidy-cat cops).
Brendan as Shaggy: We figured out the ghost tractor was none other than Old Man Ted Jessup!
Ted: (Wearing a hoodie) And I would've gotten away with it too, if it hadn't been for you meddlin' grown men pretending to be cartoon characters!
Brendan reaches for the Twix bar, driving his now-beatup-looking yellow car off a cliff.
Brendan: Ohhhhhhhhhh the iiironyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy....
Outlaws (Criminals 2.0)
Mike Trainor, on a clip featuring a man who robbed a hotel that was hosting a mixed martial-arts fighters convention:
Mike T: Whenever you go to rob a hotel, check the little sign when you come in, make sure it doesn't say "Welcome, ass-kicking champs."
Mike T. on a clip in Equador of a man wearing sunglasses walking by and ignoring two school girls being attacked by random man.
Mike T: Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't notice two girls being assaulted, I was busy looking cool.
Partiers (Originally just drunk drivers, then upgraded to include parties, now mainly drunk drivers again)
From a clip of a guy testing his own homemade pepper spray, and he starts flipping and flopping around in the bathtub, screaming like a little girl.
Guy: I'VE NEVER BEEN IN PAIN! GET IT OFF! GET IT OFF!
Camera Guy: Dude, open your eyes.
Guy: I CAN'T, THEY'RE CLOSED!
From a clip where a group of drunken teenagers are pulled over by the police for stealing a bait car.
Passenger: We shouldn't have done this dawg, this was stupid as fuck!
Driver: I know. I love you guys.
Others: We love you too dawg.
Brad: You guys don't have to say your goodbyes like its Thelma & Louise, you're just getting arrested...
Pretty much any of the cast's response to clips where someone is eventually knocked unconscious.
Mike T.: Quick! Everybody do everything that you're not supposed to do with an unconscious person! You move her, you hump her, you pour water on her!
Chelsea: You've been hit by a bus... lie down...
Jaime: He's out, quick, everybody crowd around him!
In a clip of women reggae dancing, one girl whips her head around so much, he wig flies off and lands on the ground.
Mike T.: EVERYBODY RUN! IT'S A GIANT TARANTULA!
Mike Trainor playing the part of a Giants fan, who was arrested while behaving erratically at a celebration party.
Mike T.: Can you imagine how that guy's gonna explain this to his girlfriend? "So, how'd you get arrested?", "Well the Giants won the Super Bowl, dot-dot-dot, just come pick me up!"
Tonya watching a clip of monkeys irritated at a drunk man invading their pin in a zoo.
Tonya: Monkeys are so cool... especially the ones with the big asses that stick out, I mean, huurrrrr...
From a clip of an incredibly drunk man being forced from a bar, while he pulls down his pants and yells at various different people to fuck him.
Daniel: "Get back here before I pull my pants up" has got to be one of the least effective threats I have ever heard.
Kevin McCaffrey's response to a woman being given a sobriety test, who remarks, "I'm Irish, I'm hot-blooded!"
Kevin: If you want to convince a cop that you're not drunk, saying that you're Irish is probably not the best way to do it. That's like trying to get out of a drug charge by saying, "Hey, I'm Andy Dick!"
An athlete celebrates by drinking way too much Vodka. Loni tries to figure out his speech.
Loni: What the hell is he saying? Does anybody speak Vodka?
A tailgating party where an elderly lady is actually getting her groove on, and even drawing attention from other younger people attending the party... and then a guy just walks by right in front of the camera.
Mike T: I like that one dude who just walks through full speed; "Do-da-loo-do-do! Nothin' weird here!"
Performers (The Hollywood side of World's Dumbest)
John Enos and Loni Love "playing" with the love chair at the end of World's Dumbest Performers 8.
This line while the cast is watching an adult movie in Performers 10.
Mike T.: Spoiler alert! It's his penis!
Which actually outdates the famous line from New Girl (Performers 10 premiered in November 2011, the New Girl episode three months later).
Mike T. dressed in a full-bodied Pacman costume with a mouth that works like a puppet. Look out, Sid & Marty Krofft!
From Gil's rap video:
Gil: After I steal yo hoe, I will kill yo hoe, raise her from the dead, count up all my bread...
Brendan Walsh: So lemme get this straight... you're gonna steal my hoe... kill her... then bring her back to life... YOU WANNA BANG MY ZOMBIE GIRLFRIEND, GIL?!
Ted Jessup: Mr. Dragon? I'm representing Mr. Snuffleupagus, he's suing you for infringement.
From the black bear newscast of "World's Dumbest Performers 12":
Kevin: You know, some days the news should just show up and say, "Sorry, we got nothin'," and put on a Seinfeld rerun.
Pranksters (People doing stupid pranks you shouldn't do)
"A little bit of water? On my shirt? I WILL KILL YOU IN YOUR SLEEP!"
Nick DiPaolo playing Jimmy Hoffa.
Record Breakers (More things you're better off not doing)
From "World's Dumbest Record Breakers 3", one clip shows us a woman trying to break a record at blowing into a hot water bottle, until it bursts - various different commentators try it themselves, to no success.
Brad: You have to blow harder than Tonya Harding's jokes to pop that!
Tonya: (Mumbling) Can you imagine if Leif put his mouth on that thing, and then I did, and it'd be like we were makin' out.
Brad: Can anybody understand a word this motherfucker says?
From "World's Dumbest Record Breakers 6", we see a clip of a morbidly obese woman named Donna, who is trying to get into the record books by being the world's heaviest woman, and is currently working her way to weigh 1,000 pounds.
Donna: I wouldn't mind being a thousand pounds. The bigger you are, the sexier you are.
Mike T: Who told you that?! Was it a plate of bacon? Because that was a lie!
After we watch a clip of Tonya breaking a record by driving her 1931 Ford Model A at 97 mph, then finishing the day by posing for photos in a black-and-white checkered bikini...
Billy: I didn't know we could bring our own home vidoes on this show, because I've got one of my daughter sitting on the potty.
Thrillseekers (Daredevils Lite)
From "World's Dumbest Thrillseekers 6", the clip in question showing a pair of motorcyclists performing stunts:
Voice Over Announcer: Now the event you have all been waiting for! The most amazing motorcycle trick ever done by two guys at one time! (bike crashes into an oncoming car) DAMNIT!
The "What the fuck?" look on Frankie's face when Daniel imitates him and his trademark Russian-bashing monologuing.
Others (Any episode with less than 2 sequels)
From "World's Dumbest Shoppers:
Judy Gold: "I'm gonna go get, a $50 piece of shit computer!"
From the same clip, a distraught woman claims to be injured and almost killed, and repeatedly yells for somebody to call her an, "Ambalance".
Jo: It's not an ambalance, it's an ambulance. The answer is no, an ambalance is not on its way, because those don't exist.
One clip shows the chaos that followed the release of Cabbage Patch Kids, one little girl with feathery blonde hair apparently had a doll snatched out of her hands and is crying over it, while another lady vents her anger about the entire situation.
Godfrey: I don't think that was a little girl, I think was Leif Garrett when he was really young.
(Cut to an insert of a photo Leif from the 70s compared to a still shot of the crying girl)
While this wasn't on World's Dumbest...VH-1's I Love Toys did a segment on Cabbage Patch Kids, and even brought up an authentic doll will have inventor Xavier Roberts's signature embroidered on the doll's rear; Loni was digusted, "He branded every one of them babies!"
Unsorted (If anyone knows where these scenes come from, place them in their proper position and include the title)
"Of all the bum luck! First I sleep through my alarm clock— now my arm's pointing the wrong way! Aw, dang, this just isn't my day."
John dressed as Jesus Christ.
John: Whose fucking name do I say when somebody pisses me off?!