Merlin introducing Archimedes to Ector when they first meet.
Merlin: My name is Merlin. Er, this is er Archimedes, a highly educated owl. [Archimedes clears throat, stands tall and thrusts out chest] Ector:Educated owl?! Har-har! A-whoo! Say, that's a good one! [Archimedes flies off to perch on the antler of a deer with his back to the room]
When the fat squirrel pursues Merlin:
"Now look here. I am not a boy..I-I mean, I'm not a squirrel, I'm a boy...I'm an old man. An old HU—MAN!!" (As the fat squirrel grabs him around the waist.)
And the fat squirrel's reaction when Merlin changes back into a human. The younger squirrel's reaction to Wart changing back, on the other hand...
"You see? I'm an ugly, horrible, grouchy old man!!!"
He then barks at her, shooing her up the tree.
And when being tickled he starts to say "I'm a stupid old-!"
Early on in the sequence, Wart tries to hide from the girl squirrel in Merlin's tail. Merlin helpfully shows her where to look.
Merlin is juggling his acorn around in a way that would do the Harlem Globetrotters proud, being incredibly smug as he sings about the confusing and infuriating nature of love. Then he notices the older fat squirrel making eyes at him. He fumbles his acorn and looks at the audience, finishing the song with a tone of "help me!"
The entire wizard's duel, but particularly the part where Merlin turns into a walrus in mid air and lands on Mim.
And the fact that, after doing so, is about to ask her if she's all right.
Merlin: Madam, I have not disappeared. I'm very tiny. I'm a germ, a rare disease, I'm called malagolintomontorosis. AND YOU CAUGHT ME, MIM! Mim:WHAT?!
Everything about the wolf. He could share notes with Wile E. Coyote; he just can't catch a break! Just one example involving that poor canine: when the wolf, exhausted after chasing Arthur and Merlin, drags himself to the top of the hill, then sees that they doubled back on him.
Kay's reaction to Merlin's summoned blizzard. Inside a castle. In summer.
This face.◊ Wart makes it every time Merlin does something unbelievable.
When Merlin tries to make his model plane fly, unfortunately his beard gets tangled in the propeller.
Merlin: It would have worked if-if it weren't for this infernal beard!
Archimedes: Man will fly alright [laughs] just like a rock.
Merlin: Alright, Mr. Know-it-all from now on HE'S YOUR PUPIL!
Merlin's enchanted sugarbowl during the scene at Merlin's cottage. First it overfills Merlin's cup of tea because he didn't tell it stop, then when everything is being packed, it cuts in line and causes everything to back up.
Then when Merlin uses it to catch rain water in the rickety old tower during a downpour, it indignantly bails the water out of itself.