ON A LIGHTER NOTE: Nobody makes me laugh like comedian Robert Klein. His albums, "Child of the Fifties" and "Mind Over Matter" are absolute classics. Here's his take on "Civil Defense" from "Mind Over Matter."
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: Although a minor character, David Puddy has some of "Seinfeld's" most memorable scenes. Like this argument with Elaine about going to Hell.
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: Mel Brooks had a "Psycho" moment in "High Anxiety" when his newspaper got delivered in the shower. Take a look:
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: If you're going to trick the boss, better think it through!
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: Is there any better detective duo -- or any movie duo for that matter -- than Nick and Nora Charles of the "Thin Man" movies? The first two in the series are among our all-time favorites. Enjoy these moments when William Powell and Myrna Loy indulge their favorite pastime as you look forward to your own Happy Hour.
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: No matter how many times I see it, "A Fish Called Wanda" cracks me up. It's English comedic genius at its finest. Spend a minute with Kevin Kline, John Cleese and company with this clip. (EXPLICIT LANGUAGE).
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: Enjoy Carol Burnett's all-time great moment in "Went With the Wind:"
ON A LIGHTER NOTE: We all remember the great LOL scenes from the "Airplane" movies. Here's one from "Airplane II" featuring William Shatner:
ON A LIGHTER NOTE_Remember when Jack Lemmon cleared his sinuses in "The Odd Couple?" Take a look ...
On a Lighter Note: Do you remember this scene from the movie "Five Easy Pieces?" Jack Nicholson's inventive way to order toast made this an instant classic.
Yes, I know it's spelled like "Jerry." No, I don't know why it's pronounced "Gary."