!!!From the comics:

* Some of Thompson and Thomson's slapstick moments qualify; in the first episode, they step through the cabin door of a ship and one of them bashes his head on the top of the door frame -- the first mate tells them to mind their head, and the other responds with "Mind my head, of course.", ducks ... ''and trips over''.
** At one point, a photo of them falling down the steps in an attempt to apprehend the criminal is used in ''a newspaper article'' about the event, complete with ComicallySerious caption.
** The Thompsons' crowning moment has to be their OutdatedOutfit appearance in ''The Blue Lotus''.
-->"Don't look now, but I think we're being followed."
** The entire sequence in ''Destination Moon'' where they think there's a live skeleton walking around the complex. So they arrest and handcuff the skeleton in a doctor's office. The doctor is not amused.
* The bit from ''Red Rackham's Treasure'' where Thompson and Thomson try to help with navigating. After reading the coordinates they give him, Captain Haddock tells them to remove their hats and pray. They do, and enquire why. The reason? "According to these coordinates, gentlemen, we are currently standing inside Westminster Abbey!"
* Whenever Captain Haddock loses his temper.
** The time he ''doesn't'' lose his temper, and is faced with a reporter from the newspaper that had leaked their treasure hunting intentions. Instead of chewing the man out, he asks that he interview his secretary: Professor Calculus.
** When Calculus is discovered aboard the ship, leading to the WhosOnFirst exchange culminating in "Separate pieces? My whiskey is in separate pieces?"
** And when Haddock ''does'' lose his temper, some wonderfully creative insults are on their way.
-->''Mountebanks! Bashi-bazouks!'' '''[[FelonyMisdemeanor ICONOCLASTS!!]]'''
* The TruthSerum-induced EvilerThanThou bit in ''Flight 714''. It was also even funnier in the animated adaptation where after Haddock tapes their mouth shut, he says "''I'M'' the baddest." Tintin then says that this will make an interesting story.
** Rastapopulous's VillainDecay is driven home in this book when he swears that he's going to crush Tintin and his friends "like this spider"...only for the spider to continually dodge his attempts to squish it.
*** "[[HumiliationConga What did I ever do to deserve this]]? [[BlatantLies Me, who'd never harm a fly]]! There's no justice!"
** Allan sees a monkey that looks just like Rastapopulous and begins to comment on it, before [[OhCrap realizing his boss is standing right next to him.]]
* Pick a moment involving Professor Calculus. Any moment.
-->'''Haddock''': But we ''are'' in Jakarta!\\
'''Calculus''': Really? I could have sworn we were in Jakarta...
* The bit in ''Destination Moon'' after Captain Haddock refers to Calculus as a "goat":
-->'''Calculus''': ''(while crashing a jeep through a guard outpost)'' [[IncomingHam MAKE WAY FOR THE GOAT!!]]
* In a conversation with Calculus in ''Tintin and the Picaros'', Tintin and Haddock repeatedly end sentences with words that sound like "sister", leading Calculus to get increasingly annoyed: "''And for heaven's sake would you stop talking about my sister!''" He then thinks for a moment and remembers that he doesn't ''have'' a sister, before storming off in a huff anyway.
* Snowy tried to steal a dinosaur bone from a museum in ''King Ottokar's Sceptre''.
** In the same comic, Tintin and Snowy had to hitch a ride with Bianca Castafiore to the Syldavian capital, and she decided to "treat" them to her music.
* The Sticking Plaster RunningGag in ''The Calculus affair''.
* ''The Castafiore Emerald'' has ''so'' many in the form of Running Gags and Brick jokes.
** The step never being fixed until the end...wherin it is completely destroyed again.
*** The mason shown as being lazy.
** "Helloooo! I can hear you!"("Allo! J'écou-ou-oute!")
** "MERCY! MY JEWELS!"("CIEL! MES BIJOUX!")
** "No, sorry this is not Cutts the Butcher".("Non, Monsieur/Madame, ce n'est pas la Boucherie Sanzot!")
** This one isn't a running gag, but there's something hilarious about the Paris-Flash tabloid proclaiming the betrothement of Haddock and Castafiore. One of the photos shows Haddock scowling murderously at Iago the parrot, accompanied by the placid caption "He opens his heart to the parrot she gave him."
** After putting up with Iago imitating Bianca Castifiore he tells it to change the record after she's gone, whereupon it scares him by bellowing "BILLIONS OF BLUE BLISTERING BARNACLES, SHUT UP WHEN I'M TALKING!" in his face.
** The remarkably surreal scene where Calculus' attempt at color television.
* From ''Red Sea Sharks'':
** Castafiore comes to greet the rescued Tintin, Haddock and Skut. Haddock's (perfectly serious, slightly panicky) reaction: "Do we get back on the raft?", followed by this dialogue: "Ah, and Captain..." "Harrock, madam. Captain Har[[RockAndRoll rock'n'roll]]!"
** One moment has Müller in command of a military base, tasking some aeroplanes to eliminate the convoy Tintin and Haddock are travelling with. Müller then says that armored trucks are on their way, and reiterates that Tintin's convoy need to be wiped out. The pilot commander, [[TooDumbToLive who is kind of an idiot,]] [[PoorCommunicationKills orders his planes to eliminate the armored trucks.]] Müller congratulates the commander on his excellent job, then as soon as he hangs up, [[DoubleTake realises what has happened.]] [[ReassignedToAntarctica It can be assumed that the commander is dealt with.]]
** When what turns out to be a slave trader boards the ship (thinking Hadddock is the regular captain), Haddock kicks him off the ship and continues yelling his trademark insults after him, until Tintin points out the slaver is out of hearing range. Haddock then gets a ''megaphone'' and continues to rain insults until definitely out of range.
* From ''The Calculus Affair'': Tintin and Haddock are chasing after a kidnapped Professor Calculus. A friendly Italian driver offers his help by [[DrivesLikeCrazy driving insanely quickly and dangerously after them]]. Then a policeman pulls them over:
--> '''Policeman''': Are you insane? I'm writing you up for this! What's your name?
--> '''Italian''': [[OverlyLongName Arturo Benedetto Giovanni Giuseppe Pietro Archangelo Alfredo Cartoffoli da Milano]].
--> '''Policeman''': ''(sweating bullets)'' Er, just don't do it again, will you?
--> The Italian zooms off.
--> '''Italian''': Now we catch up on the time we missed!
* In one comic, Haddock's in the bath when the phone rings. He has the detachable shower head in his hand, and mistakenly puts it up to his ear instead.
* Tintin, Haddock and Snowy getting drunk off wine fumes in ''The Crab with the Golden Claws'':
--> '''Haddock:''' ''(chasing a villain)'' Blackamoor! Anthracite! Coconut! [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Fuzzy-wuzzy!]] Cannibal!
--> '''Tintin:''' Go on! Seek! Seek! Bite him!
* A bit of BlackComedy at the end of Picaros, when Tintin gets the favor he asked of Alcazar for his help: That nobody, not Tapioca's troops, not his ministers, not even Tapioca, be shot. Made particularly hilarious by ''Tapioca'' begging that they spare him the horrible fate of being spared. He and Alcazar share a moment when they comment on these idealistic young people, what is the world coming to...
* When the group's tent is blown away in Tintin in Tibet, they hear the yeti roar, then a crunch, and next we see it squealing in pain, having run into (and denting) a boulder.
** [[http://i.imgur.com/WRQYChO.png Haddock's]] UnstoppableRage on seeing his whiskey bottle drained by the yeti.
** Also his freak out when he thinks Bianca Castafiore is in the next tent (It's actually the radio.)
--> '''Haddock:''' Bianca Castafiore! She's HERE by thunder! That woman follows us to the ends of the Earth!
* There's a RunningGag in ''Secret of the Unicorn'' where [[ThoseTwoGuys Thomson and Thompson]] keep getting their wallets lifted. Eventually they decide to secure their wallets with elastic bands, which results in a bit of {{slapstick}} when the pickpocket shows up later in the story. Later, they are amazed that their wallets ''haven't'' been stolen, despite said wallets being on a chain ([[HilariousInHindsight predicting, by coincidence, a minor fad in the 1990s]]). Finally, they pay the pickpocket responsible a visit, and a search of the thief's collection (he's a kleptomaniac who hasn't actually taken the contents of the wallets for his own use, and in fact feels some guilt over it all) reveals an entire ''shelf'' of their wallets.

!!!From the cartoons

* In Nelvana's AnimatedAdaptation of ''The Land of Black Gold'', after Abdullah tricks Dr. Müller into crashing his car into the sand, he points a (toy) gun at Dr. Müller, as the car smolders in the background, and demands...[[MundaneMadeAwesome ice cream]].
* From "The Crab With The Golden Claws":
--> '''Thomson and Thompson:''' (together) We think you're smuggling drugs!
--> '''Omar Ben Salaad:''' BY THE BEARD OF THE PROPHET-
--> ''Ben Salaad's henchman, Allan, emerges from a hidden bookcase entrance leading to their opium cellar, and proceeds to crush Ben Salaad behind the bookcase in the process''
--> '''Allan:''' RUN FOR IT, OMAR!
* The scene in ''The Castafiore Emerald'' where Professor Calculus' color TV undergoes glitches during a demonstration translated pretty well to animation. They also added a gag in which either Thomson or Thompson discloses that they brought the gypsies' monkey in for interrogation, but [[CaptainObvious he hasn't answered any of their questions]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdK9GPFFyHU This little bit]] from "The Cigars of the Pharaoh".
-->'''Tintin''': I don't ''like'' cupcakes!

!!!From the radio dramas:

* From Tintin in Tibet:
-->'''Haddock''': I'm ''not'' going [to Kathmandu]! And when I say "no", ''I mean "no"!''
-->''Cut to:''
-->'''Haddock''': So. We're in Kathmandu.

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