Back in March, I watched the original Pink Panther movie, and didn't like it much.
But it did include a few somewhat entertaining exchanges, which I wrote down but never posted. Here they are.
Sir Charles attempts to get the princess to have a drink:
Sir Charles: Aren't you drinking?
Princess: I don't drink.
Sir Charles: Not ever?
Princess: I'm quite content with reality. I have no need for escape.
Sir Charles: I enjoy reality as much as the next man. It's just that in my case, fortunately, reality includes a good stiff belt every now and then.
An exchange about Sir Charles's affairs:
Woman: We call him the juggler. I've never really known a man like him. He can keep ten girls in the air at once and make each one happy.
Princess: Amazing. Sort of a contemporary Don Juan.
Other woman: That's it.
Man: Ah, but there's a difference. Sir Charles's predecessor was forced to climb balconies and fight duels and, as I understand it, to keep his women separate and apart. Charles, on the other hand, drives a Ferrari, enters with a key, and resorts to collective bargaining.
Sir Charles is attempting to seduce the princess, starting by getting her drunk:
Princess: We're all out of champagne.
Sir Charles: I'll get another bottle.
Princess: Oh no—I prefer to remain conscious, so I may view the attempted seduction at first hand.
Finally, a bit from near the end:
Mrs. Clouseau: We can't just let him rot in prison.
Sir Charles: Oh, it takes years for people to rot.
Not sure any of these are especially funny out of context. Then again, I didn't find most of the movie terribly funny even in context.