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Poll: Most Intense Scenes in Comedies

This time the IMDb poll board users tried to find the most intense funny or dramatic scene that happened in comedies. Just scenes from movies rated 6/10 or higher. The moment the scene describes does not necessarily have to be funny. It should be funny, but can also be an emotionally intense dramatic moment within the comedy. But it sure has to be in a comedy or satirical movie.

What of these scenes below do you think is the most intense funny or dramatic scene in a comedy? If you haven't seen any of these, vote for the comedy you would most likely watch.

Discuss here.

This is the sixth part of the series.

Live-poll part I, Live-poll part II, Live-poll part III, Live-poll part IV, Live-poll part V

Make Your Choice

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    Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss in What About Bob? (1991)

    Bob and Dr. Leo Marvin together giving the interview of his life !
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    George Gaynes in Police Academy (1984)

    Commandant Lassard gives a slide presentation.
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    John Cleese and Graham Chapman in Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

    The black knight scene. 'It's just a flesh wound.'
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    Gene Hackman and Peter Boyle in Young Frankenstein (1974)

    The hermit scene: 'Fire is our friend.'
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    Jim Carrey in Liar Liar (1997)

    The scene when Fletcher Reede tries to lie for himself that the blue pencil is red and fails completely.
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    Bill Murray in Scrooged (1988)

    Scrooge's confession and Christmas-Speech.
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    Jerry Lewis in Who's Minding the Store? (1963)

    The typewriter scene.
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    Charles Chaplin in The Great Dictator (1940)

    Hynkel playing with his ball.
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    Anne Ramsey in Throw Momma from the Train (1987)

    When Owen dreams of killing Momma.
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    Tom Hanks and Shelley Long in The Money Pit (1986)

    Walter Fielding laughing insane about his money pit - the crashed bath tub scene. Suggested by BlackBolt-3
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    Jim Carrey in The Cable Guy (1996)

    The nightmare of Steven M. Kovacs. Suggested by NDbportmanfan
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    Louis de Funès and Bernard Blier in Jo (1971)

    No? Yes! Oh! (No! Si Oh!)
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    John Cleese, Graham Chapman, and Michael Palin in Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

    The Biggus Dickus scene. (In lack of a better image this one is used, containing a later scene of the movie).
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    Steve Martin and Michael Caine in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)

    Dr. Emil Schaffhausen 'examines' his patient.
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    Louis de Funès in Oscar (1967)

    Bertrand Barnier temporarily went crazy because of the three mixed up suitcases. That's when he played the nose-violin. Suggested by BlackBolt-3
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    Louis de Funès and Coluche in The Wing or The Thigh? (1976)

    Duchemin getting tortured by the landlord who became a victim of his criticism. (In lack of a better image I used this similar scene image, where Duchemin tests his taste bud after.) Suggersted by BlackBolt-3
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    Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly, Kate Winslet, and Christoph Waltz in Carnage (2011)

    The handy-diving scene that got the lawyer mad, causing altering alliances.
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    Terry Jones as Mr. Creosote.

    The fat man exploding scene, ending in puke-olympics.
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    John Cleese and Eric Idle in And Now for Something Completely Different (1971)

    The self-defense with crops scene.
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    Kevin Spacey, Judy Davis, Glynis Johns, Adam LeFevre, and Robert J. Steinmiller Jr. in The Ref (1994)

    The dinner scene - Family ties. Suggested by BlackBolt-3
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    Danny DeVito, Stacey Dash, Kadeem Hardison, and Richard T. Jones in Renaissance Man (1994)

    The scene when Mr. Bill tries to convince the Double Ds to learn Shakespeare by examplary lines he acts for them.
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    Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin in All of Me (1984)

    The first time Edwina Cutwater controls one side of Roger Cobb's body: The street scene - Roger Cobb is surrounded by wondering pedestrians while fighting for control with stubborn Edwina inside. (In lack of a better image, I used a similar image).
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    François Cluzet and Omar Sy in The Intouchables (2011)

    The scene when Driss made fun of Phillipe's beard cut.
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    Rick Moranis and George Wyner in Spaceballs (1987)

    Dark Helmet finding out the name of most of his crew: 'I knew it, I'm surrounded by @ssholes.'
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    Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, and Haley Joel Osment in Forrest Gump (1994)

    The moment when Jenny reveals Forrest that he is a father and tells him that Forrest jr. is normal intelligent.
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    Colin Farrell, Jérémie Renier, and Clémence Poésy in In Bruges (2008)

    Robbing the wrong guy with blanks is allways a not good idea. Suggested by SeventhAr7
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    Sam Rockwell in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)

    The scene when Dixon beats Red Welby trough the window. Suggested by SeventhAr7
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    Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal in When Harry Met Sally... (1989)

    'I'll have what she's having!': The fake orgasm scene.
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    Peter Billingsley and Jeff Gillen in A Christmas Story (1983)

    The moment when Santa Clause crashes his dreams: 'You'll shoot your eye out, kid!'
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    Tzi Ma in The Ladykillers (2004)

    The general trying to kill the old lady. Suggested by BlackBolt-3
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    Trainspotting (1996)

    The baby scene Suggested by JamesMovieGuy_117
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    Meet the Feebles (1989)

    The amok run of Heidi the Hippo. Suggested by JamesMovieGuy_117 & nikolayyeriomin
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    Woody Harrelson in Seven Psychopaths (2012)

    The rant of Charlie Suggested by SeventhAr7
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    Peter Sellers and Sterling Hayden in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)

    The Water Fluoridation Scene ("In the name of her majesty and the continental congress, come here and feed me this belt, boy"), Suggested by SeventhAr7

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