Funny / Wrongfully Accused

  • The entire movie. Seriously. There's not a single scene where something funny or ridiculous isn't going on be it the center of focus or an easter egg.
  • Ryan getting hit by tree branches in the woods.
  • The purposefully bad special effects as the bus falls down the cliff and keeps bouncing around.
  • The train having a mind of its own and chasing Ryan through the woods.
  • John Walsh dropping tons of food on the floor after realizing he'd been had by Ryan (see Dramatic Shattering on the main page for a full description).
  • After Cass kisses Ryan: "Damn you! Damn you for making me fall in love with you!"
  • This scene halfway in:
    Lt. Falls: I'm as sure about that as I am that that's an anaconda.
  • Ryan accidentally covering his arm with spaghetti after he is distracted by the news report about himself.
    • At the same time, Ryan mutes the TV and the news anchorwoman clearly experiences the effects of it.
  • Ryan in the diaper truck and the aftermath.
  • Ryan masquerading as a doctor:
    • (tapping a man's belly) "He's pregnant."
    • "Put him in the 10 bullets or less line."
    • "Doctor, you may want to take a look at this." "Uhhh...no thank you!"
    • "This man's in cardiac arrest. Give him 200,000 cc's of adrenaline."
    • "Balance, rotate, and align the organs."
    • "Put the cop in post-op."
    • "ICU?" "and I see you, you're a fine nurse."
  • Pretty much anything Fergus says.
    • "I got spaghetti! Watch it, plate could be hot!"
  • During the Baywatch parody, one of the female lifeguards pushes her breasts up before attempting a rescue. In the same scene, one of the male lifeguards starts to head into the water but immediately retreats because the water's too cold.
  • Some stuff during the opening concert scene:
    • Harrison has an itch while playing the violin, and uses his bow to scratch it.
    • He unknowingly smacks a woman in the front row of the orchestra with his bow. A camera pan reveals that others in the front row have worn helmets for protection.
    • An usher seats someone by pulling out a lightsaber.
    • The classical piece that the orchestra is playing shifts into a Jimi Hendrix style rock number, complete with Harrison playing a few chords of "The Star Spangled Banner" on his violin like it's an electric guitar.
    • Harrison is given a slab of meat as a gift after his performance.
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