Quotes / Actually Pretty Funny

Gabe: Dune? It sounds dry.
Tycho: I'm trying not to be amused by that.

Batman: Do you want to know something funny? Even after everything you've done... I would have saved you.
Joker: (laughing) That actually is... pretty funny!

Wesley throws a snowball off of the holodeck which smacks into and soaks Picard’s uniform and he still doesn’t punish him. Wil Wheaton rather brilliantly suggests on his review site that this is a believable exchange between Wesley and the Captain whilst the rest of the episode is an embarrassing farce. Bless him.

They're clearly doing their damndest to spin the TV Movie into a credible way to entertain yourself for ninety minutes, though I imagine they ran commercials so it was more like two and a half hours...They find enough little moments to show that are quite clever, at least. I'll admit, I had completely forgotten the gag of the Master convincing Chang Lee that the Doctor was secretly Genghis Khan. That's properly brilliant.

David: After getting yelled at for losing the last night’s design, she apologizes and is rebuffed. She then presents the “remix” of the apology, saying she’s sorry for for every second she ever spent at that office.
Chris: I’ll confess that after seeing this movie, there was about a month where I amused myself by telling people “okay, then let me try the remix” after I said things they didn’t like.
Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Catwoman

There was only one joke that I laughed at, at the end when all the Paul Blart Mall Cops show up to fight the bad guy, and there's like a...Indian stereotype, uh, who is stupid and falls asleep, and is Indian so 'ha ha'? And he shows up, it looks like he has a cape. Like he's gonna be a superhero. And he says, "I just came from a haircut."

This film is supposed to be an action comedy, but you won’t find many laughs here. The only funny aspects of the film were probably [Ryan] Reynolds and [Jeff] Bridges’ alter egos. There are a few moments where we see Bridges doing something, followed by someone else’s view of Marisa Miller doing the same thing (with Roy’s gun apparently being seen as a hair dryer, too), which is occasionally amusing. Also, it turns out the (unguarded) portal from the afterlife to the living world is the bathroom in a VCR repair shop, with the joke being that no one has stepped into a VCR repair shop in decades.

Did I mention this film is chockful o’ comedy? Well, that’s probably because it isn’t. Still, I do have to admit that I did laugh while watching it. Twice, in fact. Once because the girls’ cell phone carrier is apparently “Whorizon”, and once because Anna stuck a dildo in her ear.

Confusing a dildo for a Q-Tip? That’s always good for a belly laugh. Seriously — try it at Thanksgiving dinner at Grandma’s, and let us know how it goes.

Sans: hey, take it easy. i've gotten a ton of work done today. a skele-ton.
Papyrus: SANS!!!
Sans: come on. you're smiling.
Papyrus: I AM AND I HATE IT!

Fucking Jimmy. Fucking with us just for the fun of it. I gotta give the son of a bitch some credit for wit on this one. [chuckles] Cocksucker.

Hol Horse: The gun is mightier than the sword, my friend.
Polnareff: Just what the hell are you trying to get at, anyway?
Hol Horse: See, my stand is the gun, so your sword can't beat my gun.
Polnareff: What's that? I can beat your bum? Oh, you're into that stuff!
Polnareff starts laughing, and Hol Horse joins in shortly. After some fifteen seconds of laughter-