- When Stanley breaks into Kathy's apartment to steal back the Mask, he gets smashed over the head with a lamp. Two police officers show up and get smashed with a lamp by Big Head. One of them draws his guns and shoots Big Head between the eyes. Big Head hits him with a lamp and goes to the fridge to grab a beer. Then one of the police officers wakes up... and hits Big Head over the head with a lamp. Big Head... pulls out two revolvers and shoots both of them dead.Kathy: You... you killed him! My god, you killed him!Stanley!Big Head: Hey, don't blame me, you're the one with all the lamps!
- When Kellaway tries on the Mask for the first time, he tries out the whole nigh-invulnerability thing. First by hitting himself repeatedly over the head with a hammer, then decides to give it a real test with his gun.Kellaway!Big Head: (holding the gun to his head) Gee, if this doesnt work, wont I feel stupid? (puts the gun against his palm) Much better. Let er rip! (fires, then looks through the bloody, yet still kinda cartoony hole in his hand) This is great! Unbelievable, but great!
- For one without the titular character, Stanley's replacement car breaks down in the middle of a bridge. He gets out to see what's wrong, gets burned when trying to open the hood, and angrily kicks the car... which then proceeds to fall apart in the funniest way possible.
- The Mask trying to not wake Mrs. Peenman with a "shh" to the audience... only for an bouncing alarm clock to jump out of his pocket. He deals with this the only way he can: by trying to smash it with a giant mallet.The Mask: [smashes clock] Snoooooooze!
- "Look, ma! I'm roadkill!"
- Squeeze Me Gently.
- The whole scene with the alley punks.Punk: Hey, Mister, you got the time?The Mask: As a matter of fact I do, cubby! [Produces a pocket watch] LOOK AT THAT!! It's exactly two seconds before I honk your nose and pull your underwear over your head! [DING! HONK! YOINK!]
- "We have a giraffe. There you go son, now get out of here, you bother me."
- Then the condom. "Sorry, wrong pocket." Apparently, this was ad libbed.
- "And for you...a French Poodle!" [PAF] "Sorry, son, the dog was rabid; had to put him down." (That particular thug's crestfallen expression is what sells it.)
- "A TOMMY GUN!"
- "Somebody stole your pajamas?"
- "It's PARTY time! P-A-R-T-Why? Because I gotta!"
- The Oscar Bait scene:The Mask: Hold me closer, Red. It's getting dark. (cough, cough, cough) Tell Auntie Em to let Old Yeller out. (cough... cough, cough) Tell Tiny Tim I won't be coming 'ome this Christmas. (COUGH, COUGH COUGH) Tell Scarlet I do give a damn. (COUGH, fart) Pardon me. (dead)
- Which is immediately followed by The Mask being handed an Oscar and tearfully thanking an audience that has appeared on the bottom of the screen while Dorian and another thug around him are standing around wondering what the hell is going on, even as they unconsciously try to make themselves look respectable.
- The Mask dodging bullets before it was cool and doing so in hilarious fashion:The Mask (as Elvis): Thank you very much. [swivels hips to dodge bullets]
- Stanley trying to convince the mask expert, Dr. Neuman (played by Ben Stein), that the Mask is magical. Neuman is not amused.
- Stanley tries to ask him about his book, only for Neuman to clarify that his book is about using masks as metaphor, not literally.
- Stanley tries to prove it to him by putting on the Mask...which doesn't work since (by Stanley's interpretation) it works at night. Cue him acting like a complete buffoon and Neuman is looking all annoyed in the usual Ben Stein style.
- The Extended Disarming scene in the park, in which the Mask has unusually deep pockets:Doyle: Really big sunglasses...
Cop: Bike horn...
Doyle: Small-mouth bass... wow!
Cop: Bowling pin...
Doyle: [snap] Aaaaa! Mouse Trap...
Cop: Rubber chicken...
The Mask: A little to the left... that's it.
Doyle: [squeezes a stress reliever toy a few times] mmmm, I don't know. Funny eyeball glasses...
The Mask: I've never seen those before in my life.
The Mask: I have a permit for that.
Doyle: Picture of Kellaway's wife...
The Mask: Uh-oh!
Kellaway: [sees the picture of his wife in a sexy outfit] MARGARET! YOU SON OF A BITCH!
The Mask: Geez! I figured you had a sense of humor. After all... YOU MARRIED HER!
Kellaway: [wordless rage]
The Mask: [SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP!] That's gotta hurt! Eheheheheh! [zooms away]
- What really sells it is that the picture of Kellaway's wife has it written "Call Me Lover 555-9371"
- "Cuban Pete". Especially when Doyle briefly joins in.Kellaway: Start dancin' and I'll blow your brains out.
- "Sure, Stanley Ipkiss is gonna fall right into my lap!" And not even two seconds later...Stanley: Wait! I can explain everything!
Kellaway: Oh yeah? You can explain everything? (pulls out a green rubber mask from Stanley's coat) Explain this.
Stanley: (beat) Uh...
Kellaway: GET UP!
- In the last fight with Dorian.Stanley: I hope you can enjoy your victory with one friggin' eye! (poke)
- After taking innumerable bullets as he jumps behind the bar at the Coco Bongo, The Mask emerges with this:The Mask: Did you miss me? (chugs down a cocktail, which immediately pours from his gunshot wounds) I GUESS NOT!
- Stanley's friend Charlie brings in The Cavalry: "Officers! Arrest those men! [Beat] I've Always Wanted to Say That."
- Kellaway takes back his gun from him: "Give me that gun!"
- "Not the cheese, the keys".
- The workprint version of the film is unique, in that (unlike most workprints) the lead actor plays out scenes that haven't had their CGI completed yet. As a result, viewers can see Jim Carrey acting out the Mask's transformation scenes and other moments when he's in transformation, to hilarious results. The best of these is the "That's a spicy meatball!" scene when, unlike the final cut of the film where the CGI Mask swallows the bomb, Carrey acts this out in-person, making it look like he's trying to jam an imaginary bomb down his throat. The end result is hilarious!
- In general, the running gag of Mask giving Kellaway a wedgie. One of the best being, when Kellaway is pulled over by another cop only to see it's Mask dressed up in uniform.Mask: (pretending to be a cop)Where's the fire pal? If you don't go the speed limit I'm gonna have to (drops his cop persona. Wedgies Kellaway) pull your underwear over your head!(drives away laughing.)
- In the episode "Sister Mask", when Pretorius is turned from a huge spider into a ball and controlled by his own mind-control device, he lets out a Big "NO!".
- In "Shrink Rap", how did The Mask deal with the missile Pretorius launched to nuke Edge City after cutting all the wires didnt work? The same way he dealt with the bomb in the movie, of course!Mask: Thats right. IM GONNA EAT IT!
- Pretty much all of "Split Personality". The Mask and Stanleys interactions with each other are just a joy to watch.
- "Mutiny of the Bounty Hunters" has Stanley watching over his neighbor's infant son who wanders off chasing a bird. The baby puts on the Mask and yells "BIRDIE! BIRDIE!" in a deep, raspy voice.
- In "Fantashtick Voyage", The Mask indirectly causes Milo to become sick with a computer virus, so Stanley leaves behind a prerecorded tape for The Mask to let him know about Milo's situation. It naturally has a few The Tape Knew You Would Say That moments, but it's the very end of the tape that gets this troper every time.Video!Stanley: You do something about this, buddy. Or so help me, I will stick this mask in the Smithsonian, where NO ONE will ever wear it again! (puts on the mask)Video!Mask: (panicked) IN THE NAME OF HEAVEN, DO IT, MAN! I THINK HE MEANS IT!!!
- In "To Have and Have Snot", Peggy accidentally causes Stanley to catch her cold, which they soon find out can be potentially fatal to The Mask. Later on, they finally discover that theres a cure; Bavarian wood mites. Thats when Mask gets the opportunity to get back at Peggy for getting him in this mess in the first place.Mask: Peggy, I need your help. Will you help me find the remedy?
Peggy: Of course! Anything! But where am I gonna find a Bavarian wood mite?
Mask: (gives her a Slasher Smile)
Peggy: (starts to back away) No. Uh-uh. No, no, no, no (tries to make a run for it as Mask pulls a large rocket out of his jacket) NOOOOOO!
Mask: (grabs Peggy, puts her in the rocket, and blasts it off to Bavaria) This kind of payback is good for your soul!
- The two-part Crossover with the Ace Ventura Animated Adaptation were pretty much Crowning Episodes of Funny, although one of the best moments was in the second part, "Have Mask, Will Travel", when the Mask managed to briefly wind up on Ace's ass. That bit was hilarious on its own, but what made it even funnier was what happened when Stanley got it back.The Mask: Let's bring this party to a close. But first! And I do mean "butt" first... EWWWWWW! (Pulls a sink out of nowhere and begins scrubbing his face frantically) I know where it's been, I know where it's been, I KNOW WHERE IT'S BEEN!