Comedic Moments on Comic Standing: Funny Moments
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 7:46 PM
One I always recall is in S1 was Dave Mordeal (was it?) pitching his show about incompetent terrorists. I would have definitely watched that.
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 10:31 PM
And don't forget the bath tub. For better or worse, that is permanently etched into my mind.
Edited by RobertBlue, Jun 12, 2007 @ 10:31 PM.
Posted Jun 13, 2007 @ 1:24 AM
The aformentioned scenes, plus the entire scene with the Mouse in the House, with Dave being the hero and catching it.
Besides the hot tub scenes, there's the fact that every "Confessional" with Rich Vos was him ironing that one pair of pants (which was joked about several times), as well as the fake "Talk Show" that Rich & Dave put on that we only saw a glimpse of in the credits of Dave's last episode.
Posted Jun 13, 2007 @ 6:04 AM
One of my all-time favourite lines from the show was in Season 2. After they roasted Jay London, Rich Little (who was one of the judges) said (and I'm paraphrasing), "I don't like it when comedians use blue material, and you [bleep][bleeeeep]s used a lot of it." I always thought that was a great line.
Posted Jun 13, 2007 @ 1:26 PM
"I'm never playing Hide & Seek with you guys again!"
The game of Hide and Seek with Ralphie as the seeker. The fact that Dat hid for well over an hour and didn't catch on till he saw everyone just sitting there was awesome.
Yeah ... good laughs from seasons 2+ ... I loved Gary at the roasts. Not his style of comedy but he really rose to the occasion both times. Josh Blue and Chris Porter heckling each other was also great. Unless we get some really good personalities in the house, my best moments will always be any challenge that forces them to come up with something new. (Dave's sitcom pitch is one I still recall fondly too.)
Posted Jun 14, 2007 @ 7:31 AM
Josh Blue and Chris Porter heckling each other was also great.
My favorite line from any season came from that challenge. Chris Porter said something really, really wrong to heckle Josh, and Josh's reply was classic.
"This is the WORST Make-A-Wish ever!"
Posted Jun 14, 2007 @ 10:47 AM
My favorite LCS joke ever was from Gary roasting Jay London: He first says Jay's parents couldn't be there because they were busy blowing the little pigs' houses down. Then he says he's kidding and he knows Jay wasn't raised by wolves because "wolves would have taught him to condition his hair."
Yeah ... good laughs from seasons 2+ ... I loved Gary at the roasts.
Posted Jun 18, 2007 @ 5:32 PM
Also, the battle between Rich Vos and the cancer guy (I'm drawing a blank at his name) - the tennis ball to the head, the origin of The Don. Man, I wish my tape for this season hadn't gotten ruined.
Posted Jun 19, 2007 @ 9:07 AM
The Rat, The Don ironing, Dave Mordal in EVERYTHING, Tess' interview with ET.
I didn't see much of S2 or 3, but of S4 I loved Ty's "post sex interview" and Josh's "Gabe stop calling me!" jokes. I also happen to LOVE Bil Dwyer, but I didn't think he put forth much effort. Oh, Chris's roast of Gabe was great and the afforementioned Chris & Josh heckling each other.
Posted Jun 22, 2007 @ 1:28 PM
From S4 the funniest moments I remember were during the heckling challenge. Rebecca Corry started doing her set which for some reason always involved some sort of kicking and Roz then shouted "Less kicking, more jokes bitch!" Rebecca's expression after that was priceless. Also, during that challeng Kristin Key calling Michelle Balin a catcher's mitt had me cracking the hell up.
roast of Gabe
I loved Roz' roast of Gabe, "Me and Gabe went to McDonald's last week and went he ordered it sounded like a phone number. He said, 'Let me get a 3-1-0-4-2-6-9-7-5-6'"
Posted Jun 22, 2007 @ 3:29 PM
I don't really recall much of the previous seasons but I do remember there was a scene in season 1 where the comics were at the pool in their bathing suits and we see Tammy Pescateli sunbathing with her rockin' bod then the camera pans to Kathleen Madigan's pasty white self who's just laying next to Tammy looking at herself with disgust. I also couldn't stop laughing when Rob Cantrell listed "Bobert" as a short version of Robert.
Tammy & Kathleen were S2, Rob was S1. (Though you might not remember him, he was always stoned.)