As a Moments subpage, all spoilers are unmarked. You Have Been Warned.
- As our heroes are running from the Lawn Gnomes:
Stine: The basement's locked!
Zach: I picked it!
Stine: That's breaking and entering!
- The cops seem to carry a reputation:
Champ: Dude, we should call the cops...
Champ: ...fair enough.
- "Who are you calling dummy, dummy?"
- Chased by a giant praying mantis, with everyone screaming indications at him, Stine delivers this line:
- The running gag:
Stine: Your name is Champ?
Champ: It's short for "Champion."
Zach's Aunt: You're a—
Slappy: Don't do it.
Zach's Aunt: —Talking—
Slappy: Don't say it.
Zach's Aunt: —Dummy.
Slappy: ...You said it.
- The numerous times romance in horror films and books was mocked by, "Now's not a good time!" or a variation of it so the protagonists could focus on taking down the monsters.
- Most of Slappy's one-liners. In any other situation they'd risk becoming Narm, but he delivers each and every one of them with such malicious glee that it becomes hilarious.
- Anything Slappy says as he goes throughout the town in The Haunted Car and throwing the opened books out of the car and releasing the monsters.
- Peaking when one of the cops aims a gun at him and tells him to shut his mouth. Slappy closes his mouth and answers, "Okay, but it won't stop me."
- Likely unintentional, but Stine's briefly forgetting about creating the giant Praying Mantis is a lot funnier if you've actually read A Shocker on Shock Street. It's only in the book for a few pages towards the start.
- Zach's aunt crashing into the Werewolf of Fever Swamp, unknowingly saving the heroes.
- And then she assumes she just killed a bear. And Stine thanks her for saving their lives with her reckless driving.
- During the climax, Stine has to find a place to write in the school and goes into the auditorium. What play does the school have set up in there? The Shining. It's even funnier since the real R. L. Stine is sometimes referred to as the Stephen King of children's literature.
- Not to mention that Stine had previously been goaded into admitting his identity when Zach claimed that the guy should stop trying to be Stephen King when he writes.
- At the end when the monsters are getting sucked back into the book, Slappy tries to get one last hit in by attacking Stine. And what does Stine end up doing? He dropkicks him into the vortex. Doubles as a Moment of Awesome, especially for every adult in the audience who grew up terrified of that evil little bastard.
- At the beginning, when Zach is intent on following Hannah and the Abominable Snowman, Champ grabs his arms and puts his whole weight trying to prevent Zach from doing so. Zach is able to keep walking anyway, dragging Champ with him.
The TV Show
- "How To Kill A Monster":
[the monster lies dead after Clark had his hand in its mouth] Clark:
Is it really dead this time? [The monster explodes, covering Clark and Gretchen in slime.] Gretchen:
I'd say yes.
- The end of Piano Lessons Can Be Murder, where the ghost haunting an old piano is actually the mother of the Shreek Piano School teacher and forces him to practice forever.
- The way Mr. Toggle yells "How much LONGER?!"
- While the last bit is scary, the Salesman in Welcome To Dead House desperately making offers to make the Benson family staying as if they matter compared to the town being full of blood thirsty zombies. Before giving up and revealing his true intentions.
- Most of the people in Dark Falls wear large and sometimes silly looking hats, which we later find out are to keep the sun from killing them. Just after Amanda and Josh have killed most of the undead townsfolk in their house, as they're running into the car with their parents Josh says "Now I know why everyone around here wore hats!"
- The TV adaption of One Day At Horrorland really hams up the Horrors, especially when the Morrises are being prepped for the "Raw Deal" TV show.
Horror Make-Up Artist: Darling, we're monsters, but we're not monsters.
- And then there's the commercial for Greatest Monster Love Songs. It must be seen to be believed.
- In The Haunted Mask 2, when Chuck asks Steve to remove his creepy mask (not knowing it's attaching to him and changing his mood)...
Chuck: Would you take off that mask please?
Steve: (in a mocking falsetto) "Please?" "PLEASE?"
- Steve when under control of his old man mask can be pretty funny in general, such as the way he tries to rapidly brush the spiders off his face while crying out in his distorted voice "Get off me! Get off me!" Then when he tries to get a random boy (thinking Steve is some old drunk) to take it off...
Steve: Underneath my shirt... there should be a line... There has to be a line!
Boy: I don't know what you're talking about. There is no line.
Boy: That's not a mask, mister. That's your face! (runs off)
- From You Can't Scare Me!, the speech Courtney gives Eddie and Hat after they tried to scare her with mud monsters, and her then talking the mud monster to death.