Funny / Westworld

The Original
  • When Peter Abernathy, in a past configuration, was a Hannibal Lecter-esque cannibal, he was programmed to quote and reference, among others, William Shakespeare, John Donne and Gertrude Stein. Ford notes that he knew the Stein references were anachronistic, but couldn't resist putting them in.

The Bicameral Mind
  • The blackest of Black Comedy, but Destin's antics as he is about to have his way with what he thinks is a deactivated Hector. Especially with all that's going on in the background.
    • When he finally catches on, he turns around and stares in shock at Armistice.... And he has a very visible erection under his smock with his pants down.
  • Plenty of what Armistice gets up to also falls into Black Comedy, including her trolling of Sylvester and her odd fascination with Felix. And her and Hector's delight upon being introduced to automatic weapons.
  • When Felix questions his humanity, he starts unconsciously doing the robot dance move until Maeve tells him not to be ridiculous.
  • During Ford's party, the Man in Black passes by Bernard and does a double take when he sees him. He's the only one at the company besides Ford who remembers Arnold, much less knew what he looked like, so he's no doubt surprised to see his long dead colleague back from the dead (although it's unclear if this is the first time he's ever seen Bernard or not, given the amount of time he spends inside the park).

  • Showrunner Jonathan Nolan's antics on Reddit tend to be this.
  • Funny Or Die did a short crossover with the show and City Slickers, featuring appearances with the film's cast members; Billy Crystal and Daniel Stern; as well as the show's regulars/guest stars; Luke Hemsworth, Ptolemy Slocum, and Angela Sarafyan.
  • A Mark Wahlberg AT&T commercial has Teddy, riddled with arrows, asking if he can stop dying. Mark says no because he's so good at it, while Teddy gets shot with another arrow and the park crew drag him away.