Pie fights of The Three Stooges. I know, I'm 64 going on 5. They really had throwing pies to an art. I recall reading quotes from Moe that he often was the thrower when he wasn't in the shot, due to his accuracy. My enjoyment is from the reactions of the different players. Obviously they knew a pie was incoming, but occasionally you can tell that what they didn't know was when. My favorite pie fight is from In the Sweet Pie and Pie. At 1:47, Ethelreda Leopold's eyes widen then close just at impact. Her reaction and scream seem to indicate she was surprised by the force of the impact. At 1:50, the actress was looking downward and didn't anticipate the hit and is shocked by it and actually stumbles backward a couple of steps. At 2:17 - 2:49 Eddie Laughton continues his tale while being hit 4 times.
Fisherman attaches a GoPro camera to a crab pot cage and lowers it into place. The ravenous crabs soon fill the cage. The fishermen throw the females back in the water and keep only the mature males.
That is cool! At 3:05 - "Hello, hello? Is this thing on?"; 3:13 - "Yo! Kiss my crabby @ss!"; 4:15 - "Hey, Freely! Why you gotta foul the water every time we get together for a food orgy?! Geez, what's wrong wit youse?!"
Episodes from the first two seasons of the BBC "game" show "Would I Lie to You?". I'd watched a bunch of the later episodes on Amazon -- but they don't have the first couple of years.
There are some truly snide/nasty and incredibly funny asides in the first seasons by the host, Angus Deayton. The tone of the show becomes slowly less aggressive when Rob Brydon takes over in Season 3. Don't know why, but I find WILTY hilarious and endlessly repeatable -- probably one of my many character defects. James Acaster and Bob Mortimer, as guests, always make me laugh out loud.
Because of a Nostalgia Critic parody of it about a month ago, I discovered a Youtube channel calked Screen Rant. On it they do pitch meetings, where fake studio guys pitch a movie that already came, out, to show you how it came about. Check it out: