Barney: Well, look at the bright side, Moe: you still got us. Moe: Yeah. Yeah, you know, that — that actually makes me feel a little better. Homer: Why? That was the problem in the first place: you were going broke because we were your only customers. Wasn’t that the problem in the first place? That you were going broke? Moe? Moe? Hey, Moe. Oh! You’re thinking about all the money you blew, aren’t you. What was it? Fifty, sixty thousand dollars?
Another wonderful example of the fantastic humour in The Simpsons (1989 – ), as seen in the episode Bart Sells His Soul.
Pheobe: (Gasps) Oh my God! David!. David: Hi! I-i-is this a bad time?. Pheobe: (excited) No! It’s a great time, come in…! WOW, hi… Oh my gosh! What are you doing here? Are you back from Minsk? David: Well, just for a couple of days, uhm… I’m here to explain to the people who gave us our grant, why it’s a positive thing that we spent all their money and uhm… accomplished uhm… nothing. Pheobe: Who cares, it got you here. David: Well, it got me to New York anyway, and then I got on a cab at the airport, and the guy said where to? and I just… gave him your address I… I… I didn’t even think about it Pheobe: Wow. Where is your luggage? . David: (thinks for a while) Damn it!
Hank Azaria and Lisa Kudrow from the sitcom Friends (1994 – 2004)