- Alice trying to politely tell Tweedledee and Tweedledum that their story about the Walrus and the Carpenter did nothing but waste her time:Alice: That was a very sad story.
Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Eh, and there's a moral to it.
Alice: Oh, yes, a very good moral! If you happen to be an oyster.
- Toward the end of the story, after the Carpenter discovers that the Walrus ate all the oysters, he begins walking toward the Walrus with a murderous look, holding his hammer as his face turns red. The Walrus then shouts, "THE TIME HAS COME!" and leaves an Impact Silhouette behind in the door as the Carpenter chases after him.
- The Walrus's appalled reaction at the Carpenter's suggestion of work.
- When the Carpenter finds the oysters, he originally tries to just hit them with his hammer, until the Walrus drags him away and hits him over the head with his cane.
- The beginning of the song, where Tweedledee and Tweedledum talk about how the sun was shining bright, which is odd, because its in the middle of the night.
- The White Rabbit's Double Take and Big "WHAT?!" when the Dodo casually suggests he set the house on fire to smoke out "the monster" (Alice).
- And the ending to the "We'll Smoke the Blighter Out" song:
- After Bill the Lizard has been shot off into the sky, both the Dodo and Alice give us this casual little bit, as if they'd seen it many, many times before:Dodo: There goes Bill.
Alice: Poor Bill.
- The Cheshire Cat's scenes are all hilarious, especially at the trial.Alice: Why, you're not a queen! You're nothing but a fat [shrinks] pompous [shrinks] bad tempered old ty— [back to her normal size, in a small voice] tyrant.
Queen of Hearts: And what were you saying, my dear?
Cheshire Cat: [appears on the Queen's head] Well, she simply said that you're a fat, pompous, bad tempered old tyrant! [devious laugh and disappears]
- The Cat successfully trolling Alice.Cheshire Cat: Oh, and by the way. If you'd really like to know, he went that way.
Alice: Who did?
Cheshire Cat: The White Rabbit.
Alice: He did?
Cheshire Cat: He did what?
Alice: Went that way.
Cheshire Cat: Who did?
Alice: (getting frustrated) The White Rabbit!
Cheshire Cat: What rabbit?
Alice: But didn't you just say...I mean...oh dear!
- The fact that Alice is so accustomed to the weirdness in Wonderland that the Cheshire Cat literally standing on his head doesn't faze her.
- The Cheshire Cat's comment to Alice while he disappears:
- The Cat successfully trolling Alice.
- The entire watch sequence, bar none.March Hare: Mustard!
Mad Hatter: Mustard, yes, mus-...MUSTARD?!?! Don't let's be silly! Lemon, that's different.
- "Two days slow, that's what it is."
- March Hare suggesting to put sugar in the watch. Two teaspoons worth. The Mad Hatter jams two teaspoons into the watch.
- The March Hare's quite direct solution to the "MAD WATCH!" - whacking it with a mallet. The mainspring slowly unwinds itself - until the Hatter gives the White Rabbit his (mangled) watch back. The mournful look is priceless.White Rabbit: Oh, my watch.
Mad Hatter: It was!?
- The Rabbit sadly lamenting that the watch had been an unbirthday gift, causing the Hatter and Hare to sing the Unbirthday Song to him, before throwing him out of the garden. Alice has finally had enough of their nonsense and leaves
- The abuse the poor White Rabbit goes through in this sequence are hilarious. For example, the Hare yells the word "BUTTER!" in his ear before the Hatter slams some butter right in his face.
- The March Hare's "excellent idea".March Hare: I have an excellent idea! Let's change the subject. [hits the Hatter on the head with a mallet for no apparent reason]
- The following exchange when The Mad Hatter and The March Hare are asking Alice what's troubling her.Mad Hatter: Something seems to be troubling you! Won't you tell us all about it?
March Hare: Start from the beginning!
Mad Hatter: Yes, and when you get to the end ha ha ha...stop. See?
- As the Mad Hatter scrapes butter inside the watch:White Rabbit: Oh, no no! No no no! You'll get crumbs in it!
- When everyone is trying to calm the Dormouse down at the trial, they're scrambling for the jam. In all the yelling the Queen shouts out "Let me have it!". Cue jam jar hitting her in the face.
- Alice falls down the rabbit hole and her dress poofs up like a parachute. Her response to this?"Well, after this I'll think nothing of falling down the stairs."
- That's actually a slightly changed line from the book, where it was just as funny.
- The fact that "an unbirthday" isn't just something that the Mad Hatter and March Hare came up with, it's a nationally recognized phenomenon; not only has The White Rabbit received a present for it, the entire courtroom sings the Unbirthday song for the Queen when it's mentioned. A celebration that lasts 364 days.
- Alice: Then today is MY unbirthday, too!March Hare: It is?!Mad Hatter: What a small world it is!
- The March Hare and the Queen of Heart's Ham-To-Ham Combat at the trial scene.
- The Queen's reaction to the Mad Hatter.Queen: OFF WITH YOUR HAT!
- Alice face palming when the Mad Hatter and March Hare sing a reprise of "The Unbirthday Song".
- And the Queen is about to yell at the Doormouse to give his evidence. But when advised to lower her voice, she does! And whispers to the Doormouse politely.
- The marvelous amount of Dramatic Irony in Alice's song "A World of my Own". Also, the following exchange between her and her cat:Alice: If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense! Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrariwise, what it is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?
Dinah: [looking somewhat uncomfortable with the whole idea] Meow.
Alice: In my world, you wouldn't say "meow". You would say "yes Ms. Alice".
Alice: Oh but you would! You'd be just like people, Dinah. And all the other animals, too.
- During the croquet game Alice has difficulty with her flamingo, summed up in this exchange:Alice: Do you want us both to lose our heads?!
- The flamingo shaking Alice's legs while she looks displeased. Her hedgehog also encourages the flamingo to hit him with her.
- Then Alice beckons the flamingo towards her with a grin on her face. It leans in and she grabs its neck.
- The Caucus race reprise - wherein you can see everyone in the film running in the circle.
- The first Caucus race is hilarious when Alice washes up on shore. She tries to point out the logic of running to get dry while the waves keep coming in...and every time she does a wave just knocks her over.
- When the Cheshire Cat keeps disappearing whenever the Queen is looking, she starts threatening her, shaking the flamingo she's playing croquet with like a weapon. And the flamingo is angrily nodding along to everything the Queen says.
- While the entire scene also doubles as Nightmare Fuel; a trio of clubs has to repaint the roses they planted because they're white and not red, because they're afraid of the Queen Of Hearts's wrath. She immediately notices upon her arrival, because they've mostly just thrown the paint all over the place in the midst of their half-assed rush job to try to fix everything. She immediately sentences them to death, and everybody in the garden sings about how they earned it, set to the tune that the clubs were just singing. It all happens so fast there's nothing to do but laugh.
- The Queen and King's introduction, immediately preceding it.The White Rabbit: Her royal majesty, The Queen Of Hearts!Crowd: (raucous cheers)(The King Of Hearts pokes the White Rabbit's collar)The White Rabbit: (unimpressed) ...and the king.One Guy: Hooray!
- The one guy sounds like Mickey Mouse.
- He gets dissed even more in the trial scene where not even that one guy says hooray for him.
- The Queen and King's introduction, immediately preceding it.
Funny / Alice in Wonderland