Quotes: Germanic Depressives

"Prepare foh ay fate vurs zan deth, Hinglisch flyingk fellow!"
"Ah, so it's the traditional warm German welcome, then."
Blackadder Goes Forth

"Who sayz zer Germans hef no sense von humour?"
"Just about eferybody, I zink."
Two German soldiers, The Goon Show

We Germans aren't all smiles und sunshine.
Horst, The Simpsons, "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk"

Nicky: "'Schadenfreude', huh? What's that, some kind of Nazi word?"
Gary: "Yep. It's German for "Happiness at the misfortune of others!"
Nicky: "'Happiness at the misfortune of others'... That is German!"
Avenue Q

"I was once on a German talk show, and this woman said to me, 'Mr. Williams, why do you think there is not so much comedy in Germany?' And I said, 'Did you ever think you killed all the funny people?'"
Robin Williams, Weapons of Self-Destruction

On Ian's team tonight is a German comedian who once did a show about the history of German humour. It was an hour long, with a 58-minute interval.
Jeremy Clarkson, Have I Got News for You

We turn now to Henning Wehn. Henning is one of a number of German comedians - that number being "one".
David Mitchell, The Unbelievable Truth (series 8, episode 2)