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Old 08-18-2008, 02:34 PM   #31
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I feel bad for saying this, but the hairpiece on Jeffrey Digman's father was distracting beyond description.
The best is when he leans over and explains the bullet trajectory. He's got this wild-eyed look, his finger pointed to his head, and his coonskin cap all discombobulated...its hilarious.

I laugh during the segment about the mentally challenged young man who was wrongly convicted of murder when the actor says, "..don't tell anyone, or I'm gonna beat ya up!" It sounds like dialogue from Lil Rascals or something.

The segment about the whack-o family who swears their Vietnam Vet son is alive and is still trying to contact them cracks me up when they duscuss the phone call to the dada bout his son's childhood babysitter. In the recreation they have the guy (who would be playing the son) sitting in a shadow, like that's how he would always be...partly shadowed, and then he gets all energetic when the dad answers correctly "YES!!". lol what the Hell was that phone call supposed to prove to the family anyway?

I chuckle at some of the Southernisms of the corageous and lucky guy who survived 4 days out on the water. "I dun swum till there wuddn't no swummin leff in me.."

Of course everyone remembers "you rissen crose...secon part riddew, easy solve...you unnastan dis?"

OH!! The lady I laught at/hate is the psychic who recreates the moment someone was shot...'you shoooot meeee"

During the Stanley Gryszxzicxkx segment, I crack up when the woman is all alone in the kitchen, checking the window and the masked bandit breaks through the door. If you watch the woman close, she really gets scared ****less by the guy and jumps faster than she's moved in years.

During the Joe Owens segment, the lady who treats it like its her big break and really delivers her line in an overly theatrical way always makes me laugh.
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Old 08-18-2008, 03:51 PM   #32
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"Haaaail Earth, mother of aaaall...Haaaail Earth, mother of aaaall."

I CAN'T NOT laugh at this sequence. It's from the Kurt McFall segment from the first season. The cult leader chants this, whilst black cats roam about the mindless meditators in the circle around him.

I don't think it was meant to be funny. But it was, boy. Nice 'stash on the guy too.
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Old 08-18-2008, 04:22 PM   #33
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-The part of the Chad Mauer segment where te funeral home person says "We have his clothes and they were soiled." "Yes , would you like to see it." He says this flatly with no expression.

- the parent in the Joe Owens segment. After Joe explains Gladys is away she waves her hands (when will gladys come to seattle and resume her music lessons). The lady then gives a weird nod as if trying very hard (too hard) to show that she understands what Joe is saying

- The segment where the boys go on the murder spree. When they go to the house of the old man and his father, the boys spin some yarn about needing to use the phone. When the second kid pulls the gun on the man, the guy's expression is priceless. Also in that same segment, the guy explaining the shoe prints is hilarious.
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The ENTIRE Ira Einhorn, especially when he chases Holly down the stairs.."You can just, just SPLIT!"
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Did anybody else crack up during the C.W. Roddy segment when the gang member threatens to blow up her house and she asks "Are you gonna make sure I'm in it?"
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The ENTIRE Ira Einhorn, especially when he chases Holly down the stairs.."You can just, just SPLIT!"
"This is my pad! "

"You found what you found" (This is what he actually said to police in real life)

BTW, Ira Einhorn was NOT the founder of Earth Day (though he liked to claim he was). The founder of earth day was Gaylord Nelson. On a side note, I think Einhorn should be made to watch videos of bon fires (with burnin tires and such) and made to eat meat every day (with pictures of the type of animal he is eating). People like Einhorn are generally repulsed by such thoughts.
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Haha Corky, hilarious as usual. Also Awsi, welcome back. Most of what I thought was unintentionally funny has already been mentioned. Just the Sammy Wheeler segment in general, Bob, Pat and Danny all blaming each other for Sammy's murder when in fact it appears none of them did it. Bob got a big kick out of the whole thing: "I knew what I had and I was happy to pass it on, okay?"
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"Anyone want to fight in here!". I always chuckle when I see that part of the Don Smith segment.

When Curtis Heck says they were "wrasslin' and dumb stuff" and that neither one was Mohammed Ali.
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That was great, the funniest part is when the suspected murder comes into the bar before that though- it is like oh my God there is a black guy in our bar.


[QUOTE=killgas20]"Anyone want to fight in here!". I always chuckle when I see that part of the Don Smith segment.QUOTE]
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Maybe it's just me, but I always thought the head appearing on the table at the General Wayne Inn was hilarious.
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Maybe it's just me, but I always thought the head appearing on the table at the General Wayne Inn was hilarious.
Yeah, the eyes in the General Wayne head kill me...
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The actor who portrayed Joe Smith cracked me up when he said, "I know who they are and I'm gonna kill them."

That was atrocious.


Oh and Chad Mauer's grandmother talking about how Wendy Camp was "bitchin' and moanin'".
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Of course everyone remembers "you rissen crose...secon part riddew, easy solve...you unnastan dis?"
LMAO!!
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The voiceover reading one of the letters in the Circleville segment was always kind of funny to me. The way the guy attempted to sound dark and ominous. "Ha." (Beat) "Ha."
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The voiceover reading one of the letters in the Circleville segment was always kind of funny to me. The way the guy attempted to sound dark and ominous. "Ha." (Beat) "Ha."

REALLY?!? The voiceover in the Circleville Letters segment always creeps me out...especially the "Ha. (beat) Ha" part.
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