What is the funniest show moment: LMAO at "Full Court Press" Episode

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    thedjmic

    [1]Jan 30, 2007
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    Anyone here laugh their tail off at this Episode, where Pembleton and Bayliss accidentally bust a dealer with 200 Killos, resulting in a Barnfather Press Conference in which he says they worked with jointly with narcotics for years to get the bust. I almost forgot how funny this show can be sometimes. It needed more "funny" toward the end.
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    [2]Feb 12, 2007
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    I'm drawing a bank on the episode name...Cox is explaining a story of a death to a conference of medical examiners. Suicide with a twist. *smiles.* It had Steve Allen and Audrey Meadows as the guest stars. It was fun.
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    RebeccaAnne

    [3]Feb 13, 2007
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    That episode is Shaggy Dog, City Goat from the sixth season. Personally I always thought Crosetti's obsession with the Lincoln assasination was hilarious. One of my favorite scenes was in Ghost of a Chance. Crosetti tells Lewis that he has a list of store close to where Adena watson was found that sell hot dogs and sauerkraut. Then he tells Lewis he thinks he knows who did it - Jeff Davis. Of course Lewis intially thinks Crosseti is reffering to who killed Adena Watson but Crosetti means he thinks Davis killed Lincoln.
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    FrakkingFrakker

    [4]Feb 13, 2007
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    RebeccaAnne wrote:
    That episode is Shaggy Dog, City Goat from the sixth season. 

    Thanks. I thought that was it, but I didn't want to be wrong, and I was too lazy to check.

    Yeah Crossetti's Lincoln obsession was good stuff too. And the time...I think it was him in the bathroom.

    "You got toilet paper in there?"

    "No"

    "You got five ones for a five?"

    That...that's another great moment. I miss the little salami brain.

     

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    suecaz

    [5]Feb 26, 2007
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    The Episode "All Through the House" where Munch and Bolander investigate the death of a man in a Santa Claus suit and Munch spends the evening with a boy they believe is the victim's son. The kid mocks Munch non-stop. It is hilarious. Who agrees?
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    mehagian

    [6]Feb 28, 2007
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    For me, nothing can beat the grilled cheese sandwiches in Tim's desk.

    But I always loved the scene in "Thrill of the Kill" with Tim practicing Spanish, much to Frank's chagrin. Not to mention their car being towed at the time too.
    Bayliss: And why does every question that is put to you have
    to end up like a discussion on Meet The Press? Just answer the damn
    question, "Como se fue su fin de semana?" How was your weekend, Frank?
    Pembleton
    : May I? It el suck-oed the big-o weiner-o. There, I'm bilingual.
    Bayliss
    : You are the ugly American.
    Pembleton
    : Don't get personal.

    And can't forget one of my favorite lines:
    Bayliss: You never say please, you never say thank you.
    Pembleton
    : Please don't be an idiot. Thank you.

    What can I say? I love Frank and Tim
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    thedjmic

    [7]Mar 1, 2007
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    Frank and Tim are good times
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    knoper

    [8]Jul 10, 2007
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    My favourite was "The Hat", when Kellerman and Lewis go to the Funland...couldn't stop laughing at that...
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    MarkKellerman

    [9]Sep 27, 2007
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    Shiner sitting pseudo sour pussed at the kiddies table at Lewis' wedding killed me. Just the imagery was funny enough, but the diologue and interaction killed me too. An there was the time when Gee introduced an agent who's name was 'Van Brandt' to Bayliss, who shakes his hand and playfully greets him by calling him 'Miami Steve', in a reference to E-Street Band and Sopranos star 'Miami Steve Van Zandt'. Cracked me up as a Springteen fan. Gee always had a TON of funny comments when he disagreed with some one (Barnfather, Gaffney,and the squad)or disciplined a detective verbally (Bayliss,Howard,Munch,Lewis,etc. etc.)Of course, Gee and Munch bumping into each other at the laundramat (Gee wearing a studded leather coat and a headband/do rag) was funny too. Great, great stuff.
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    toroscope

    [10]Nov 3, 2007
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    The funniest moment(s) in the show were clearly when Bolander and Munch subjected Evan Hess to an Electrolyte Neutron Magnetic Scan Test !!! I took that section off of a VHS tape that I recorded and converted it to a WMV file. Wanted to post/share it in the "video" section on here but that link is unavailable.
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    dishboy

    [11]Jun 27, 2008
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    I'm just finishing up Homicide on DVD now. I distinctly remember laughing my head off during this exchange in the episode "Valentine's Day":

    Cox: I just love bombs. They always make the autopsy so easy.
    Gene: Hey, I found an ear.
    Bayliss: Friends, Romans, countrymen....
    Mike: Ear today, gone tommorow.
    Cox: You guys are so sick.

    Not only is it clever and hilarious, it seemed like such a fitting conversation for that group of characters to have...

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    MarkKellerman

    [12]Jul 22, 2008
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    ear we go again...

    TV style rapid fire puns always crack me up--reminds me of MASH with Hawkeye, Hot Lips, etc. Lotta laughs when great actors do their thing.
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    someotherself

    [13]Aug 6, 2008
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    My favorite funny moment has to be the scene in 'All Through The House', in which the morgue is decorated very much in the holiday spirit, red ribbons, mistletoe over each examination table, 'Happy Hannukah' and 'Happy Kwanzaa' greetings on the walls, and Scheiner with a Santa's hat on, explaining to Meldrick that he chose a multiconfessional twist so that anyone could feel welcome there. :-D

    Oh, yeah: another one: Munch's 'Ho-Ho-Ho-Homicide' uplifting telephone greeting in the same episode.

    Edited on 08/06/2008 4:01am
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