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  • 'Allo 'Allo! ( BBC comedy television series )
  • A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Future: Twists And Turns, And Lessons Learned ( Michael J. Fox book )
  • A funny thing happened on the way to the theatre
  • A, B, C, D, E, Your public library has arranged these in ways that make you cry, giggle, laugh, love, hate, wonder, ponder and understand ( American Library Association advertising slogan )
  • Abandon hope all ye who enter here ( warning from Dante's Divine Comedy ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Absolutely Fabulous ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Adversity makes strange bedfellows
  • And adversity makes strange bedfellows
  • Are You Being Served? ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Ask a silly question and you'll get a silly answer ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Beautiful downtown Burbank ( A catchphrase from Rowan And Martin's Laugh In )
  • Belly laugh
  • Beyond Our Ken ( BBC comedy radio series ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Beyond a joke
  • Big-Hearted Arthur ( Nickname of comedian Arthur Askey )
  • Bill Stickers is innocent ( comic response to the warning Bill stickers will be prosecuted ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Birds of a Feather ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Black comedy
  • Blue humour
  • Burst out laughing
  • By way of a joke
  • Cake or death ( line from Eddie Izzard comedy )
  • Citizen Smith ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Come over all funny
  • Comedy circuit ( A number of places where comedy is performed )
  • Comedy of errors ( A series of comic mishaps either in a play or in real life )
  • Comedy vehicle
  • Comic strip
  • Comic timing ( The rhythm and tempo of delivery required for comic effect )
  • Comic valentine ( A valentine card sent for comic effect )
  • Comical Ali ( Nickname of Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf )
  • Crack you up
  • Dad's Army ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dame Edna Everage ( Pseudonym of comedian Barry Humphries )
  • Dark humour
  • Desperate Dan ( a cowboy strongman character in the British comic The Dandy )
  • Desperate Housewives ( 2004 comedy drama television series )
  • Drop the Dead Donkey ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dry humor
  • Enough to make a cat laugh
  • Everyone's a comedian
  • Father Ted ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Faulty Towers ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Funny farm
  • Funny haha or funny peculiar?
  • Funny how? ( A catchphrase from Goodfellas )
  • Funny in the head
  • Funny money
  • Funny you should ask
  • Funny, you don't look Jewish
  • Gallows humour
  • Genius bonus ( a joke or theme added to a programme aimed at well informed people )
  • Good for a laugh
  • Had us in stitches
  • Hancock's Half Hour ( BBC comedy radio and television series )
  • Have a laugh
  • Have you any last requests? ( humorous question asked as though a person was about to be killed )
  • Here comes de judge ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • Horse laugh
  • Humour me
  • I get no respect, I tell ya ( A catchphrase from Rodney Dangerfield In Comedy Monologue )
  • Inside joke
  • It Ain't Half Hot Mum ( BBC comedy television series )
  • It only hurts when I laugh
  • It's no joke
  • Joke around
  • Knock about comedy
  • Last laugh
  • Laugh a minute
  • Laugh all the way to the bank
  • Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and, you weep alone
  • Laugh fit to burst
  • Laugh in your face
  • Laugh it off
  • Laugh it out of court
  • Laugh it up
  • Laugh like a drain
  • Laugh on the wrong side of your face
  • Laugh riot
  • Laugh up your sleeve
  • Laugh your head off
  • Laugh yourself silly
  • Locker room humour
  • Lonesome George ( Nickname of comedian George Gobel )
  • Low comedy
  • Made you laugh
  • Men Behaving Badly ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows
  • My Funny Valentine ( Rodgers and Hart song )
  • No joke
  • On the Buses ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Open All Hours ( Ronnie Barker television comedy series )
  • Paternal bonus ( a joke or theme added to a childrens programme aimed at adults )
  • Phoenix Nights ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Play silly buggers
  • Red Dwarf ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Redd Foxx ( Pseudonym of comedian John Elroy Sanford )
  • Say goodnight Dick ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • Scared silly
  • Sick joke
  • Silly Billy
  • Silly Mid Off ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Silly Mid On ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Silly Point ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Silly Putty
  • Silly Symphony
  • Silly ass
  • Silly bint
  • Silly money
  • Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids ( Trix chocolate advertising slogan )
  • Silly sausage
  • Silly season
  • Sock it to me ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Spit take ( spitting out a drink in response to a joke or surprise )
  • Split your sides with laughter
  • Stand-up comedy ( )
  • Steptoe and Son ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Strange Brew ( Cream song )
  • Strange bedfellows
  • The Army Game ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Big Yin ( Nickname of comedian Billy Connolly )
  • The Brittas Empire ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Charlie Chaplin of Television ( Nickname of comedian Alan Young )
  • The Cheapest Man in the World ( Nickname of comedian Jack Benny )
  • The Cheeky Chappie ( Nickname of comedian Max Miller )
  • The Comedy of Errors
  • The Great Non-Rehearser ( Nickname of comedian Jackie Gleason )
  • The Great One ( Nickname of comedian Jackie Gleason )
  • The King Of Comedy ( Robert De Niro movie )
  • The League of Gentlemen ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Likely Lads ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Liver Birds ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The New Statesman ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Prince of Pain ( Nickname of comedian Richard Lewis )
  • The Queen of TV Comedy ( Nickname of comedienne Lucille Ball )
  • The Rag Trade ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Royle Family ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Thief of Bad Gags ( Nickname of comedian Milton Berle )
  • The Vicar of Dibley ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Young Ones ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The joke's over
  • There's something funny about it
  • Till Death Us Do Part ( BBC comedy television series )
  • To the Manor Born ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Toilet humour
  • Up Pompeii ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Very interesting, but stupid ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • Weird and wonderful
  • Winter drawers on ( old British euphemistic joke )
  • Yes Minister ( BBC comedy television series )
  • You bet your sweet bippy ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • You crease me up
  • You don't have to be silly to drink TK, but it helps! ( TK minerals advertising slogan )
  • You're having a laugh ( A catchphrase from Extras )

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