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Happens a few times during Roseanne , usually thanks to Laurie Metcalf. One instance comes during the episode where Roseanne and Jackie's father dies, and Jackie is forced to call their extremely old and deaf Auntie Barbara and break the news to her.

Another episode has Roseanne, Dan, and Jackie smoking some old pot they found. Cut to Roseanne and Dan in the bathroom, stoned out of their gourds, when suddenly Jackie speaks up from behind the shower curtain.

Repeated a few seconds later when Jackie goes off on an emotionless rant about how her life sucks and holds up a joint: "It's just me.

Just me and my ganja. Roseanne eventually gets Laurie back. In one episode, Roseanne is punishing D. In preparation for the smooch, she applies what is probably 30 coats of lipstick, and you can hear Laurie Metcalf absolutely losing it in the background.

See also the episode in which D. Seinfeld : Julia Louis-Dreyfus was heavily prone to corpsing based on the out-takes, Jerry almost as bad, with Jason Alexander occasionally breaking.

Michael Richards , on the other hand, is practically immune and pretty much never breaks first, and is extremely focused on getting his lines out, while playing the hardest character on the show, he gets quite frustrated with the other members of the cast.

After getting stuck in a parking garage in " The Parking Garage ", the car refuses to start. This is because the car failing to start was unplanned, but, seeing how funny the scene turned out to be, the producers figured to keep the scene in the episode.

This trope is also seen in "The Contest" with Elaine after George explains how his mother ends up in the hospital hint: she caught him masturbating.

She's in traction," making Julia as Elaine laugh even more. Stiller made her laugh so many times that the crew was starting to think they'd be there all night by the time they got it done.

It's Michael Richards' little burp that sets him off. As the film was not a comedy, this was a total insult on Ebert's part.

In one episode of Sliders , Professor Arturo gets more and more irritated at being mistaken for Luciano Pavarotti, until he finally loses it.

In the scene in which he grabs someone by the shirt to deliver a rant on the subject, Jerry O'Connell can be seen in the background not even bothering to hide his laughter.

All the time in Smallville judging from the special features videos. Allison Mack Chloe Sullivan especially mentions a kissing scene in which Tom Welling Clark Kent would keep bursting out in laughter and they had to do it over and over again.

Vic and Bob frequently broke down laughing during their shows notably The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer and Shooting Stars , among others , and usually just kept going , often improvising around it.

Few scenes in this episode show Urgo and Teal'c in the same frame, because Christopher Judge could not keep a straight face around Dom.

If you pay attention you can also occasionally see the extras trying not to crack up. In the infirmary scene, the guard behind Urgo cannot keep a straight face.

It got so bad that several scenes had to be rewritten to have Urgo be invisible to everyone but SG-1 because no-one could get through a scene with DeLuise without laughing.

In the Cold Open of "Demons", an earlier episode in the same season, Richard Dean Anderson pulls an amusing face while saying "Someone In the episode "Tin Man", towards the end of the episode as the two Colonels are talking, you can see Teal'c on the left side of the screen.

As real O'Neil is telling robot O'Neil to get the damage to the side of his face looked at, as he vaguely indicates, you can see the corner of Teal'c's mouth rise up in an unmistakable attempt to hold back a grin.

Star Trek examples: In the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Masks", there is a scene in which Picard and Riker discuss how to address the corruption of the ship's main computer by an alien archive.

For part of the scene, you can see actor Jonathan Frakes has an inappropriate grin on his face and is apparently attempting to resist laughing at the fact that Patrick Stewart is holding a prop, and the way he emphasized the word 'enormous' in his line.

Riker can be seen on the verge of cracking up in several other scenes, such as in "Menage a Troi" in Picard's declaration of love for Lwaxana Troi, or in "Deja Q" over Worf's request that Q die to prove his mortality.

However, this fits with Riker's personality as a fun-loving guy, who can switch from "serious and stolid" to "not at all" in a moment.

In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Return to Grace", Major Kira is demonstrating the differences between the Starfleet and Cardassian phaser rifles, concluding that the Cardassian rifle is the better field weapon.

That's not hard to believe, because midway through the lecture the prop's power pack falls out and dangles by a wire for the rest of the scene.

Nana Visitor visibly struggles to keep her game face. An in-universe version occurs in the episode "One Little Ship". See an example here.

Eddie Izzard , Vic Reeves and Harry Enfield did a retelling of the "Four Yorkshiremen" skit that more or less devolved into a competition to make the others corpse through improvisation and intentionally terrible Yorkshire accents.

By the end, the only one able to keep a straight face was Alan Rickman. The Abridged Series. He did it all in one cut and makes it about halfway through before he broke into a fit of laughter.

Played for Laughs in Chapter 4 of Umbrellas and Bracelets , where Adrien plays along by pretending to be dead from a tampon assault.

Marinette has to hiss at him not to laugh. Blake is mortified as she gingerly takes the gift, while Tukson is barely able to hide his laughter.

In Amazing Fantasy , Peter tries desperately not to laugh when he sees Izuku in a cheap, stupid-looking Spider-Man costume that's about two sizes too small for him.

Izuku is subsequently humiliated as he realizes how stupid he looks. While recording lines for Aladdin , Robin Williams 's antics caused Scott Weinger to have to excuse himself from the recording booth to laugh his balls off.

Do I look stupid to you? During the live-action scene near the end of Yellow Submarine , you can see Paul McCartney trying to suppress laughter just as John Lennon hammily delivers his first line.

In the Caddyshack extras, Chevy Chase tells a story about Rodney Dangerfield getting increasingly distraught on set.

When Chase talked to him between takes, Dangerfielf said he was afraid he was ruining the film because he couldn't make anyone laugh and crew were walking away during his scenes.

Chase had to explain that the whole damn crew was doing their best to not laugh and ruin every single take Dangerfield did. Citizen Kane.

Joseph Cotten stayed up 24 hours so that he could be believably drunk in one scene. When he says "film crimiticism", Orson Welles can't help but grin at the unplanned if realistic flub of the line.

Just after the subway scene, when the camera is smudged, Hud is clearly grinning while he's cleaning it. A famous example occurs in The Wizard of Oz.

This looks like it's because she's frightened, but in actuality, she was just trying to cover up the fact that she was laughing at Lahr.

The commentary of Juno points out Ellen Page spent an entire filming of one scene doing this. During the "baseball glove" scene in Good Will Hunting , Matt Damon was supposed to act stoic and introspective, but Casey Affleck 's banter with Ben Affleck was so funny, they kept it.

And the scene when Robin Williams is talking about his wife waking herself up farting has both actors breaking up laughing.

If you watch closely during that scene, you'll notice a bit of shaky cam going on — the cameraman was laughing so hard that he couldn't hold the camera steady.

Strangelove : Peter Bull, playing the sombre Russian ambassador, is shaking with laughter and trying desperately not to laugh out loud at watching Peter Sellers 's ad-libbed antics as he fights his Evil Hand.

He regained his composure quickly enough that the scene could still be used. Another scene was not so lucky — originally the movie was to end with a pie fight.

Unfortunately, the characters had to be totally earnest about it to fit with the Black Comedy tone of the movie. That was a bridge too far; the entire cast corpsed within the first few pastry volleys, and the set not to mention wardrobe was too trashed for a second take.

Director Stanley Kubrick had so much trouble containing his own laughter on set that he would direct scenes by simply setting up cameras from every angle he could, then sitting against a wall on the far side of the set where his laughter wouldn't be heard in the film before calling action.

This was the biggest problem in filming The Fly the original version, not this one , star Vincent Price couldn't help but laugh at co-star David Hedison's costume in the middle of filming, causing many takes to be cut.

Another Kubrick example is in Full Metal Jacket. At the beginning when Gunnery Sergeant Hartman is berating the men, Pyle begins to crack up.

This was unintentional on Vincent D'Onofrio 's part, but they kept going. This reaction is Truth in Television , as seen in the Real Life section below.

You can obviously see Tommy Lee Jones struggling to keep from laughing on camera. He's only partially successful. Quick smile at about 44 seconds in.

In Men in Black II when David Cross 's character offers J and K some mini-pizzas only for them to respond with unamused deadpan stares, Jones's mouth can be seen twitching as he struggles not to laugh.

In the dinner scene towards the end of Mrs. Doubtfire , Robin Williams is trying his very hardest to make Pierce Brosnan laugh-and you see at one point that Brosnan is at the breaking point.

Evil calls Number Two out for his interrupting him during his evil plan explanation, asking him if he wants to run things and "wear the daddy pants".

He then bounces a giant rubber ball representing Earth at his head repeatedly, taunting him the whole time.

Despite the fact that Dr. Evil is making fun of him for crying, Rob Lowe is laughing throughout the entire scene. The Marx Brothers : Groucho Marx was such a hilarious actor that Margaret Dumont could hardly ever keep a straight face when she was on screen with him.

Groucho has this effect with other actors, some trying more valiantly than others not to laugh. Monty Python : In Monty Python's Life of Brian , during the "Biggus Dickus" scene, the extras playing the guards were told that the scene would be serious and that they had to keep straight faces or they would be sacked.

Michael Palin turned his performance up to eleven to get them to corpse and even he can barely keep it together in some of the close-ups , and it ended up as one of the funniest scenes in the entire film.

The characteristically deadpan John Cleese gets one scripted laugh in this scene, but exits before Palin really gets the guards rolling, leaving it undetermined whether he may have broken as well.

Regardless of which story, however, the reactions of the guards as they tried not to laugh as Palin did his damnedest to make them do so was genuine.

As Cleese stretches an awkward silence out further and further, Idle has to bite down on his scythe at one point to keep from laughing.

At one point during the live tour, Terry Jones and Graham Chapman decided to try and make each other corpse when walking on to do a sketch about pepperpots; since they did their makeup separately and came in from opposite sides of the stage, there was a ready-made battlefield.

They gradually got more and more absurd with their makeup, climaxing when Jones sporting a beard made entirely from lipstick cracked up at the sight of Chapman with a circle of lipstick drawn around his face.

Cleese takes out a dictionary to look up the word "mountaineer" in the Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro sketch. During the not kidding twenty straight minutes of rock climbing in B-Movie Lost Continent , as Cesar Romero is pulled up a cliff, his trousers begin to slide down and the actors hoisting him grab him by the back of his belt to prevent it.

Behind them, Hugh Beaumont is visibly snickering at this and making a half-hearted attempt to hide it. A bit of corpsing gets through in Spaceballs , but only slightly.

When the Radar Officer tells Dark Helmet, "I'm having trouble with the radar, sir," there's a bit of a chuckle at the end.

It should be noted that the officer was played by Michael Winslow , the man of ten thousand sound effects. Almost a dozen Police Academy movies and this was the point where he almost loses his composure?

You can also see him covering his mouth as Helmet proclaims the jam to be "Raspberry! Dee Wallace Elliott's mother in E.

Harry Potter : Rik Mayall claims some of the child actors tried to do this to him during his cut from the final film, sadly scenes as Peeves in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Luckily for Mayall, he had experience with that sort of thing. According to Chris Columbus , the first Potter film is filled with rapid cuts to compensate for how often the child actors would smile or laugh in the middle of takes.

Rupert Grint was known for being especially bad for corpsing and apparently, he didn't get much better when he grew up.

Daniel and Rupert chuckled at Emma's line "just because you've got the emotional range of a teaspoon", and Emma soon followed suit.

Emma Watson herself revealed that her scenes in movie seven with Rhys Ifans , who plays Xenophilius Lovegood, were especially prone to this.

According to her, fans nicknamed her "Giggles" since she, in her own words, was "so bad" at keeping a straight face.

In Ghostbusters , when the gang goes to the Sedgewick Hotel and speaks to the man by the elevator "What're you supposed to be, some kinda cosmonaut?

Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams have both said publicly that the filming of Mean Girls was often prolonged by fits of giggles induced whenever Tim Meadows was on set.

It apparently became his mission for the duration of his work on that film to make Lindsay laugh on-camera as often as possible.

Ace Ventura : Courteney Cox tries and almost succeeds in looking solemn when "Larry" Jim Carrey acts out "a button-hook pattern in super slo-mo".

She nearly cracks when he does an "instant replay" and "bounces" off the doctor's shoulder. Additionally during those scenes, when Ace slams his head into a chair after drinking from a fountain, if you look closely, the doctor with Courteney can be seen chuckling.

You can also see Tone Loc trying not to crack up during the ass-talking scene. Young Frankenstein : Watch and count the number of scenes where Gene Wilder is inches away from completely losing it.

Igor's "take the bags" scene had to be filmed multiple times — not because the cast corpsed, but because the crew was laughing so hard that it was messing up the takes.

The scene with Gene Hackman was supposed to be a one-day shoot; between the cast and crew, the scene took nearly a week to film due to corpsing.

A chronic problem on the set of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein , and indeed, Lou was infamous for going out of his way to crack up his costars, both with his performance and with unexpected pranks.

The scene where Lou sits on Glenn Strange's the Frankenstein monster lap had to be reshot so many times that even Lou lost his patience.

Strange replied: "I can't help it. Somehow I can tell just from the back of your head what you're doing up there.

In Batman , one news reporter looks like she is corpsing In-Universe , and then becomes a corpse soon after, due to Joker venom.

Although they decided to keep the line , they had to re-shoot the take because both Zachary Quinto Spock and Chris Pine Kirk started laughing, and they couldn't save the take.

Even in the final take, if you look carefully, it's clear that Quinto is having to work at not cracking up again.

How are you? You also briefly hear his voice crack from trying to hold back laughter when he quips "large leak, very dangerous!

According to Fisher herself in an audio commentary, this was aggravated by the previous night, when Eric Idle at that point filming Monty Python's Life of Brian had held a party, with a drink he called "Tunisian Tabletop Cleaner".

The resulting buzz apparently lasted well into the following day's filming, giving everyone on set a tendency to sport a big grin. In Sister Act , when Mother Superior is raging at Deloris for turning the choir into a sideshow, the priest knocks on the door.

Maggie Smith literally squeaks a loud "Come in! Bryan Singer : While shooting the line-up scene in The Usual Suspects , everyone started laughing, so Singer kept part of it the film right before Benicio del Toro says his lines.

The Blu-ray release of X-Men: Days of Future Past includes a deleted scene along with a few takes that went wrong because while filming it, Singer had injured his vocal cords and "sounded like Mickey Mouse", so everyone especially Jennifer Lawrence couldn't stop laughing at him.

It didn't help that Lawrence's line was "You're living a fantasy world! Watch Mark Ruffalo in the infamous shawarma scene of The Avengers 's second Stinger ; Chris Hemsworth can be seen briefly smiling when he sees Ruffalo holding back laughter.

In Guardians of the Galaxy , the Broker tries to explain to Yondu why he can't help him find the Orb, only for Yondu to belittle him by interrupting him with gibberish and babbling.

Kraglin could be seen behind him, trying and failing to contain his laughter. The sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron , has an in-universe example.

The team was just attacked by Killer Robots and is demanding an explanation from Tony He takes a minute to compose himself, even as Bruce gives him a Dude, Not Funny!

The "wanna hear the most annoying sound in the world" scene from Dumb and Dumber was not in the script; it was ad-libbed by Jim Carrey.

In the final product, you can see actor Mike Starr who plays the hitman Mental visibly trying not to laugh. Jeff Daniels starts corpsing too, briefly before the camera cuts to a close-up of Starr.

Lost in Translation features a scene with Bill Murray "talking" to an elderly Japanese woman in a hospital waiting room. Nearby are two extras who are nearly bursting from trying not to laugh.

Murray appears to notice them and goes even further trying to provoke a reaction from them. So I Married an Axe Murderer has a scene where Mike Myers as the father of his other character in the movie tries to teach Anthony LaPaglia's character about a secret society known as "The Pentaverate", but quickly goes off topic and starts ranting about Colonel Sanders.

LaPaglia manages to hold it together for his one line, but that's about it. There's also a scene where the same character is making fun of the large head of a kid, and LaPaglia tells him to be nice, while visibly laughing.

Clearly, the director decided to Throw It In! Eddie Murphy : Murphy was apparently the cause for plenty of this in Beverly Hills Cop , especially because most dialogue was improvised.

Judge Reinhold, in turn, was pinching his thighs through his pants pockets. The scene in The Princess Diaries where Mia slips and falls off the bleachers was not scripted and was a complete accident but the director kept it in anyway.

Heather Matarazzo breaks character briefly but Anne Hathaway is too busy laughing her head off which is in character to affect the scene.

Richard E. Robert Downey Jr. Tom Hanks was asked to do this with one of the child actors in Apollo 13 because they were getting a bit bored.

He, as Lovell, started talking about the astronauts' freeze-dried food and then suddenly switched to "No, it isn't It's a 'Free Willy' sandwich!

Scott Fitzgerald introduces his new friend to Ernest Hemingway. A common hazard in most of Christopher Guest 's films; due to the almost entirely unscripted nature of the films , combined with the cast being some of the most talented comic actors in the business.

In A Mighty Wind , the cutaway immediately after Michael Hitchcock Dope Slaps an increasingly annoying Bob Balaban was necessitated by the entire cast and crew exploding into laughter.

In Hitch , watch Will Smith 's expression during the "dance lesson" scene. He covers his mouth through the entire sequence, and when you see Kevin James 's incredibly nerdy but excellent dancing, it's easy to guess why.

She's obviously struggling to keep her composure during Shemp's seizures. In this scene from Back to School , the script called for Jason to sit quietly and look disgusted at his dad's secretary taking notes in class, but actor Keith Gordon simply could not stop cracking up on-camera at actress Edie McClurg.

They decided to Throw It In! He keeps studying his shoes while simultaneously making sure his hat doesn't come off, all to keep from laughing out loud on camera from the antics of actors Donald Gibb and Curtis Armstrong.

Poor Whitney Moore, who played Nathalie, knowing she was in an awful movie, said almost every line with a giggle. Matthew Broderick did a heroic job keeping a straight face around Jim Carrey in The Cable Guy , but simply couldn't do it during the chicken skin scene at Medieval Times.

At one point early in White Christmas , Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye dress in drag and perform an act lip-syncing to a record of the female leads singing.

While Danny keeps a straight face all the way through, Bing repeatedly flubs his lip-sync and almost cracks up, especially when Danny hits him in the face with a feathered fan.

It works in context since the characters were supposed to be improvising an act to keep the police distracted while the singers escape out the back, and apparently it was filmed all in one take with only minimal rehearsal so it wouldn't look too polished.

Happens again when the father is trying and failing to repair the leg lamp. In the background the mother covers her mouth to hide the big smile and how she's on the verge of cracking up.

In This Is the End , towards the end of the extended masturbation argument between James Franco and Danny McBride , Seth Rogen has to turn the side and is visibly seen chuckling as their banter gets more ridiculous.

In Wayne's World , a famously ad-libbed scene between Wayne and Garth takes place as the two of them rest on Wayne's car, watching airplanes take off.

Dana Carvey Garth can briefly be seen snickering to himself as he suddenly thinks up the line, "Did you ever think it was attractive when Bugs Bunny dressed up as a lady bunny?

Mike Myers Wayne manages to stammer out "No! The reaction was so funny, the creators decided to leave it in the final cut.

In the informative video The Kids Guide to the Internet , it's really hard to tell if Peter is trying not to laugh or acting too hard.

Fat Slags : Dolph Lundgren is obviously trying not to laugh when the slags give him mouth-to-mouth. Count Yorga : In the scene where a newly vamped Erica and fellow vampire bride running into Yorga's throne room to attack Micheal.

You can see Erica's actress, Judy Lang, laughing a bit. Helps with the scene though to show her newfound bloodlust.

Ironic too since Erica's now a vampire, she's a literal walking corpse. Steven Weber , who played Harker, was told that he was going to be sprayed with fake blood , but not how much.

So when he starts driving the stake in and is hit with it, he's clearly struggling not to laugh when Helsing tells him to hit her one more time to be sure only to refute "She's dead enough!

When filming The Sound of Music , Julie Andrews couldn't resist giggling during the "Something Good" number, as the arc lights made noises that sounded like someone Blowing a Raspberry.

Director Robert Wise decided to film Andrews and Christopher Plummer in silhouette to hide her laughter. Some of her chuckling can still be heard in the final film, though it at least occurs at times that make sense for the context.

Earlier in the film, when zombie Tor Johnson attacks Eros, Tor can be seen straining to maintain his stone-faced expression as Dudley Manlove furiously overacts.

Director Rob Reiner couldn't even be on set during the Miracle Max scene because his laughter was ruining takes and had to watch from a monitor in a separate room.

In National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation , when Ellen's mother tells her that she has haemorrhoids Beverly D'Angelo can briefly be seen struggling to keep a straight face.

During Edgar Friendly 's expletive-ridden Motive Rant in Demolition Man , his lackeys flanking him can be seen cracking up.

A more forgivable example than most as they're probably just as into it all as he is. In Deadpool , Gina Carano can be seen struggling to keep a straight face when Negasonic Teenage Warhead is completing a tweet before the final battle.

By the same token, Negasonic's own laughter earlier on when Deadpool tries and fails, miserably to beat up Colossus is probably very genuine.

In The Wolf of Wall Street , as Donnie has to deliver a briefcase to Brad and the latter is arrested , Jonah Hill is clearly pushing Jon Bernthal to the extreme, and Bernthal can't hold his laughter as he hears "Oh my God, the emperor of Fucksville came down from Fucksville to give me a pass!

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In Napoleon Dynamite , when Pedro's cousins scare off the bullies who were trying to take another kid's bike, said kid is very clearly cracking up at the end of the scene.

In Kick-Ass. When Mark Strong , as mob boss Frank D'Amico, is talking to the driver in the car, in one of the early scenes.

He's describing the specifics of the slushie he wants, and you can clearly see Christopher Mintz-Plasse sitting next to him is about to crack up as Mark Strong plays it totally deadpan.

As he does, and it's more apparent in the alternate versions, Daniel Kaluuya , who plays Chris, is seen trying really hard not to start laughing.

The early Charlie Chaplin installments show some cases of this, as Silent Comedies of the s had a tendency to throw things in as they came along.

In the Movie A Woman , Chaplin shows up in drag, and when Edna Purviance first sees him like this, she cracks up so hard she has to sit down on the floor.

The take was kept in the final edit of the movie. It's a Wonderful Life : When a crew-member dropped some props during filming, resulting in a clattering crash, Thomas Mitchell ad-libbed the line "I'm alright!

I'm allllrright! Since it was an appropriate reaction for his character, it was included in the film.

Towards the end of Good Burger , the two have become Fire-Forged Friends and Dexter decides to rip up the contract he tricked Ed into signing that is effectively scamming him out of money, only for Ed to ask if the reason the partnership is ending is because he's Black.

As anyone who's ever seen All That could tell you, Dexter's very genuine laugh and stammered reply is clearly Kenan Thompson cracking up at Kel Mitchell 's response.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby : In the ending credits, we get to see just how much improv humor all the actors have, and the outtakes are at least as good as the rest of the movie.

While both John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell make mock commercials that are brilliantly hilarious and wind up corpsing themselves — especially when talking about packs of wild dogs — they also show outtakes from the hospital scene where Will Ferrell is lying in bed.

Michael Clarke Duncan gets in a brilliant attempt to corpse Ferrell by talking about dressing up like Donna Summers It succeeds flawlessly.

Which they couldn't afford, as they had only one self-destructing car available His co-stars, now on the other hand Especially since he loved having an audience, a habit he got from theater.

He just barely holds it together until he makes it into a carriage when he breaks out into hysterics in front of a grieving Dr.

Seward, who is decidedly not amused. As he explains the phenomenon: Van Helsing: Keep it always with you that laughter who knock at your door and say, "May I come in?

He ask no person; he choose no time of suitability. When Bruce Springsteen recorded a live performance of "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town," he was so flustered by the onstage Santa's antics that he was clearly struggling to get the last lines out.

Elvis Presley had an epic one during one performance of "Are You Lonesome Tonight", following a deliberate Mondegreen. It allegedly happened because a man in the audience responded to the line by getting up and removing his toupee.

Elvis saw this and cracked completely. Do the chairs in your parlor seem empty and bare? Do you gaze at your bald head and wish you had hair?

I'm the kind of guy who laughs at a funeral, can't understand what I mean, you soon will. Bunny : Show of hands!

It's pretty wet huh? Oh, that's not the right song! I'm sorry! Gotta keep it PG, family friendly! The Co-Optional Podcast : This is often bound to occur, particularly when there have been moments where Jesse Cox would attempt to make the relatively stoic TotalBiscuit crack.

An early instance occurred in TGS Podcast 10 where during the middle of the discussion, a woman enters Jesse's room and starts cleaning the shelf behind him.

Jesse promptly loses it albeit silently and points her out causing TB and Dodger to start dying with the latter leaning out of frame to compose herself while JonTron sits there oblivious to it for a good fifteen seconds.

He finally notices and starts laughing just after Dodger gets a hold of herself and leans back into frame causing her to start again.

Finally after the woman leaves only to come back moments later causing Jesse to turn his webcam off and the others start laughing all over again.

It's a full minute and a half of continued laughter from all four of them and a shining example of how contagious TB, Jesse, and Dodger's laughter can be.

JonTron: I think this is the best moment of my life! Pro Wrestling. An infamous example of corpsing in pro wrestling occurred on an episode of WCW programming where "Macho Man" Randy Savage was having a fit backstage, flipping tables, and whatnot.

During this segment, he came across a giggling Torrie Wilson , and to stop her from corpsing , he smacked her across the face.

During Sid 's infamous "I have half the brain that you do! The Shockmaster incident. Sid Vicious deserves an Oscar for managing to remain in character during this whole mess.

Booker T cuts a promo with "Mean" Gene. At the end of his rant, Booker accidentally "goes ghetto" for a second and refers to Hulk Hogan by the N-word.

Not only does Booker barely maintain composure, keep a close eye on Sherri behind him. Happened quite a few times during his "King Booker" run in , as his Ridiculously over-the-top delivery of a Fake Brit accent has caught a number of wrestlers off-guard and lose composure.

Two notable instances were during a contract signing for their World Heavyweight championship match at SummerSlam in which Batista struggles to put Booker through a table and had to repeat the spot properly because he was struggling to remain serious the first try, then during Booker and his stablemates William Regal and Finlay giving a beatdown to John Cena in which Cena is glimpsed trying not to chuckle while Booker is delivering his promo.

The Rock clearly almost trips on his own laughter a few times, and even Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole start losing it towards the end.

During his " serenade " to Vickie Guerrero. You could see her trying her hardest not to smile. There was also the now-legendary Rock concert in Sacramento in , where The Rock was sitting in the ring and dissing Sacramento with his classic "when the Lakers beat the Kings in May" line.

At the time, he was in a fierce rivalry with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin , who was seated outside in his truck. Stone Cold was supposed to be reacting with bitter anger to the Rock's songs, but each time they cut to him in the truck he was struggling harder and harder not to laugh.

By the time The Rock started dissing Austin himself, he had to roll up the truck's window so the camera wouldn't catch him cracking up.

Paul Bearer just barely made it out of the camera's sight before cracking up in this interview before the Royal Rumble , where he was acting so hammy he made himself laugh.

The Undertaker remaining stoic as usual was an impressive feat. Paul Bearer has stated in interviews that he often tried to make Undertaker give in and laugh on camera, though it is unknown how many times he succeeded.

Juventud Guerrera corpsed during an edition of WCW Thunder when Vampiro's blood from the ceiling missed Kevin Nash and landed on fans in the front row.

Before he was let go Jerry Lawler suggested London was in on it. London wasn't released for over a year after the limo explosion, so it was highly unlikely it had anything to do with him.

Bear in mind he was playing a psychotic villain at the time. At Survivor Series Melina Perez went to perform her normal splits entrance but slipped and fell off the apron.

She was playing a heel at the time but burst out laughing straight away and was trying her best to keep a straight face when she performed them again.

Beth Phoenix is also giggling for a bit. The camera tries to stay off Natalya who is desperately trying to keep a straight face.

She tries to hide it with a look of outrage but some chuckles seep through. Kane : On several occasions, he started laughing his ass off when his ring pyro malfunctioned, making his entrance look somewhat Making this worse or better, depending on how you look at it , Kane is supposed to be a sadistic Demon coming straight from Hell.

Kane had to hide his laughing during Blackjack Lanza 's induction speech for Bobby Heenan into the Hall of Fame when Lance Storm started playing with his tie the same way Lanza does to signal when a match needs to end.

Mick Foley wrote about some examples in his autobiographies. When he, as Dude Love, and Owen Hart faced off against each other in singles matches through after Hart had broken "Stone Cold" Steve Austin 's neck at SummerSlam , the sole purpose of these So Bad, It's Good bouts including antics such as making snow-angels using popcorn were to get Austin to break character by corpsing.

If the book was any indication, it worked. At one point Foley worked out a Ho Yay -themed gag with the Rock in which the Rock would deny being gay in such absurd ways that it started to seem pretty gay that involved a series of hilarious pantomimes.

Unfortunately, it was so funny that in the ring Foley couldn't even get through the first sentence without cracking up.

The Rock tried to come to his rescue, but soon he was cracking up too. At this point, they threw the whole bit out and just tried started ad-libbing, including a series of send-ups of the Godfather's "Pimpin' ain't easy" punchline that was so funny even Stone Cold got in on it.

All of this got me thinking, maybe it's true. Maybe The Rock really does suck after all. Paul: I need a pod.

A two-person pod. Say hello to my pod partner Paul: Hello. Puppet Shows. If you watch the segments now, it's pretty much impossible to find one where Rowlf's antics don't have Jimmy falling on the floor laughing.

The funniest instance is one bit where Rowlf is a prisoner and Jimmy has to free him. There's a blackout, supposedly triggered by Jimmy to let Rowlf escape, and the idea was that Jimmy would reappear in Rowlf's cell in prisoner stripes.

The lights came back on The funny part wasn't just Jimmy burying his face in his hands; it was the fact that Jim Henson clearly couldn't keep it together and was slipping in and out of Rowlf's voice due to laughing so hard.

Subverted whole-hog on The Muppet Show where Statler and Waldorf and the cast of "Veterinarian's Hospital" usually laugh at their own wisecracks and you can't help but laugh along.

Occasionally happens on Sesame Street : in this bit , you can clearly hear Jim Henson laughing when Kermit tells Grover to pick up the piano.

He even gets mocked by Walter. Similarly, a blooper reel for a Wired video starring Cookie Monster and John Oliver as news anchors revealed most of the shoot was just Cookie getting Oliver to lose it.

At least once, though, after Cookie remarks that he found a vintage '80s cookie crumb in his fur, Oliver's reply "That was in the good old days before the FDA regulated it" makes Cookie's performer David Rudman giggle.

Getting Jack Benny to corpse was easy. In one instance, it may have resulted in one of the contenders for "longest audience laugh" on the show the other one being the legendary "Your money or your life?

Don Wilson early on in the episode in question flubbed the name of famed newscaster Drew Pearson, calling him "Dreer Pooson". Later, during an unrelated murder-mystery sketch, Frank J.

Nelson otherwise known as the "yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees? Panto traditionally features at least one scene where the Dame or the Villain usually will try and force each other, or the rest of the cast, to corpse.

This frequently becomes the subject of backstage score-keeping too. Martyn Green recounted a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan 's H.

Pinafore that was interrupted when a sudden loud orchestral chord in the number " Carefully on Tiptoe Stealing " startled a theater cat , which ran screaming across the stage.

The cast might have been able to recover and carry on with the show, if only the next two lines hadn't been : CHORUS: "Goodness me, why what was that?

There are times when he can barely get the words out. There are three problems with this: One, Moaning Myrtle is played by, um Three, his wig falls off and he has to crawl back onstage to get it.

While being dead. Poor Joe can't hold back a grin. The play Oblomov is based on a Russian novel about a character who almost never leaves his bed, briefly has a romantic attack, finds out he's incapable of love and goes back to bed.

Theatrical presentations would have necessarily been grim had it not been for the most famous presentation casting Spike Milligan as the lead.

Milligan proceeded to act up to such an extent that they renamed it Son of Oblomov , and apparently considered it his job to try and corpse his fellow actors whenever possible.

Only one - Joan Greenwood — managed to keep her dignity intact despite Milligan doing things like rowing the bed offstage with an imaginary oar or — on one occasion — conscripting the Boulting Brothers twin filmmakers to sit in the bed with him for the entire play.

Rik Mayall and Ade Edmonson are infamous for their corpsing in the Bottom live shows. Eddie: Oooooo— look at those rocks, amusingly shaped in the form of a woman's breasts!

Richie: [sits up straight] Bloody hell! What on Earth is that?! Richie: Wow! But Eddie, where on Earth did you— [turns back to see a door was left swinging open, sporting a Japanese WWII war flag] [they both stammer, and after being prompted by Richie, Eddie runs over and slams the door shut while the crowd laughs and cheers; you can actually see tears on Rik's cheeks as he curls into a ball to cover his laughter] Eddie: [flipping off the crowd while Rik stammers over his next words] There was a little mistake there, wasn't there?

Did you spot it? Fucking bastards Video Games. It even kind of fits because a RA 3 isn't the most serious game to begin with it has parachuting bears fighting Transforming Mecha and b his character is a deranged lunatic even within that context.

Premier Cherdenko: Commander! You've rained on my glorious parade! For this, I'm sending everything I got at you, but I won't let you have the satisfaction of catching me.

Might run into some of those ghoooosts you hate so mu-he-he-ch! Web Animation. Puffin Forest : Ben once ruined a Star Wars campaign podcast by making a joke that caused all the players to start laughing uncontrollably, which enraged the game master because he had instructed them to stay in character and be serious.

Homestar Runner has an in-universe example of this in "Videography. Red vs. Blue : In almost every set of Hilarious Outtakes , there's at least one of Matt Hullum Sarge, Doc, and Wyoming's voice actor cracking up in the middle of his lines, not only because they're usually hilarious, but also because he often doesn't read them before recording.

The end credits song of Season 15 has Jen Brown clearly laughing herself silly after the last verse, given both the ridiculous lyrics and the fact she was enjoying herself by singing badly.

Zero Punctuation : Yahtzee's usual Deadpan Snarker shtick falls apart in his review of Catherine , where, as he puts it, " there's a moral choice aspect where you answer questions based on your own substantial experience with relationships " and starts cracking up as he says it.

The Most Popular Girls in School : In Episode 19, if you listen closely after Belinda say that "[She]'s had a few miscarriages [herself]", you can hear Bill Sindelar and Lily Vonnegut falling apart a bit in their following lines.

Magnus: Maybe you should bring some Custodes skilled in digging holes. Kitten: I don't exactly have any Iron Warriors available.

Magnus: Ha! I can't Web Videos. If that wasn't enough, footage from after the show was over proved that they'd actually been holding back.

Watch it here. Aitor Molina Vs. One notable time was when he discovered that one of the games in his Pop Station was titled "Chanticleer Hegemony.

One violin toy had him laughing so hard at the Engrish description inside the box flap that he had to completely stop the recording and start over in a new video the next day.

And then as it turns out, he does. Cue precision F-strike followed by technical difficulties screen, and when he resumes he was still struggling to regain composure.

Jekyll and Mr. You can clearly hear him laughing during his review of A Nightmare on Elm Street when he's ranting about smacking around spiders.

When reviewing Ghostbusters , he gets to the "Ghost Vacuum" and muses if such a thing exists in real life. Cut to him making a prank call to a hardware store asking for a "vacuum shaped like a funnel that goes on the roof of his car", confusing the hell out of the clerk, and valiantly holding a straight face the entire time until he finally says it's for catching ghosts and cracks up.

Explaining that something isn't funny is apparently hilarious to poor James, as he does it again in his Castlevania retrospective. He's giggling and grinning when trying to criticize the game's gag of having renamed actors and directors in their credits.

He also couldn't keep a straight face during his three-episode long diatribe against the Ghostbusters video game adaptations when he takes to the streets to find a dog turd to compare the games to it.

Nerd: That! It's dog shit! That's what it reminds me of! Everything New on Disney Plus in June. Share this Rating Title: Corpsing 4.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Joanna Lowe Shelly Jeff Monahan High Guy John Ross Cabby Robert Scott Shelly's Father Natalie Spanner Car Gal Harry Roth Car Guy Nathan Hollabaugh Lively Corpse Carrie Shoberg Screaming Mimi James Michael Shoberg Barfly Guy James Reinhardt Cell Dude Roger Shneck Edit Storyline A woman creates a man from the bodies of the dead Genres: Horror.

Edit Did You Know? Quotes Shelly : The heart's a pump. Was this review helpful to you? A handful of performers, including producer Lorne Michaels , were virtually immune to it and any time they do corpse is a rare treasure.

On a sketch from the original cast era , Gilda Radner plays a dumb woman who embarrasses her friend played by Candace Bergen.

Bergen then calls her "Fern" which is actually her character's name instead of "Lisa" which is Gilda's character's name. Bergen completely cracks while Gilda turns the sketch around and makes it look like "Fern" is the dumb one in the sketch.

Chris Farley was a master at inspiring this in his castmates. This was the most enjoyable part of the Zagat's sketches.

Adam Sandler plays a grumpy Deadpan Snarker husband, and Farley is his over-enthusiastic wife. His performance is so over the top that watching Sandler try to keep his miserable expression and fail is far funnier than a straight take would have been.

The "Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker" sketch had the other actors in the skit rolling, especially David Spade , who tried and failed to hide his smile by cupping his face with his left hand as his left side was facing the audience.

Episode host Christina Applegate was reduced to pulling some of her hair out of her ponytail and draping it across her cheek to try and hide her laughter.

In particular, the rehearsal had Farley say the "living in a van down by the river" in a fairly normal tone of voice. In the live performance, he made it legendary with " living in A VAN In his autobiography, Jay Mohr talks about how it was often impossible not to laugh in Farley's presence.

He notes that in one scene, Farley simply crossed his eyes whenever he knew the camera couldn't see it, prompting his co-stars to crack up.

Another element that makes the skit so legendary is how Farley breaking the table was completely unscripted.

You can see how shocked the other actors are before they make a valiant effort to keep straight faces. After leaving the show, Spade would later host SNL.

Ferrell apparently tried his damnedest to make Spade crack up during the sketch. It worked. Beaman ". The setup is that a couple of recent parents are consulting a dubiously qualified doctor , and it only goes downhill from there.

Right around the time Ferrell says "we misplaced your baby", he and Molly Shannon are both cracking up. The final installment of "Janet Reno's Dance Party" had Reno herself break through a fake wall at the skit's conclusion, wearing an identical dress to the one that Will Ferrell, playing Janet, was wearing.

Ferrell isn't completely successful in keeping his composure In the famous Phil Hartman sketch where he visits a McDonald's as Bill Clinton, he starts eating the customers' food as he talks.

At one point, he literally chokes for a second and needs Tim Meadows to supply him with water. Being the professional that he is, Phil plays it off.

Another Phil Hartman crackup here when he is playing Frankenstein's Monster. There's actually a story with this in which Phil was sitting there and suddenly realized how absurd the situation was and then giggled a bit.

He stopped for a few and then thought about how Frankenstein's Monster would've sounded laughing, which set him off all over again.

Horatio Sanz often couldn't keep a straight face and neither could Jimmy Fallon. On the Christmas episode hosted by Jimmy Fallon, he even stated that his cracking up on-camera ruined a lot of good sketches.

Tracy Morgan said in an interview with Penthouse that Fallon's tendency to corpse wasn't always appreciated among the cast, adding that Fallon knew better than to do it in a sketch involving Tracy.

On the Family Guy episode, "Don't Make Me Over", Peter beats up Jimmy Fallon for his constant corpsing, stating that he hasn't earned the right to do it like Carol Burnett and apparently forgetting the fact that Fallon had sex with Meg as part of the show's cold opening.

In the first Debbie Downer sketch, nobody could keep a straight face. Perhaps the only person in this particular sketch who didn't break down into hysterics was Fred Armisen, who was clearly doing all he could to keep from corpsing along with his castmates.

He was successful Debbie : By the way, it's official Immediately breaks down into suppressed giggles. Here's a classic one from Fallon and Sanz!

That '70s Show : Kitty, Donna and Jackie go to a male strip club. Kitty enthusiastically starts dancing along with one of the strippers and slowly everyone loses it, especially Mila Kunis , who's howling next to Debra Jo Rupp.

It reaches its boiling point when the stripper himself can't keep dancing and collapses on the stage.

In another episode Donna is interviewing her dad for career day.

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