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I laughed more during Josh Kirby: Chapter 3 than I have for most of the movies I've seen this year combined. In this chapter, Josh randomly and inexplicably flies out of the spaceship and lands on a Toy (here, toys apparently include Mexicans) planet where he is assaulted by an extremely horny ragdoll and a semi-retarded bear.
Back again is the unspeakably random creature "Prism", who takes a turn for the darker side as he cavorts around the spaceship, and the hilariously bizarre mannerisms of Azabeth--who performs an elaborate chanting ritual, which when combined with Prism's epilepsy in the corner of the screen, makes the laughs flow with ease.
You should see this movie. If you don't, you'll miss the Toy/Alien dance number, which, needless to say, is the highlight of the movie.
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