If you know the two felt-and-foam men in the image above, you can almost certainly hear their distinctive laugh: “Dooo-ho-ho-hoh!”  It’s a large part of their appeal, causing you to join in laughing as they mock the very show you’re enjoying…  SNL fans will likewise remember Eddie Murphy’s deep braying laugh, the same way Critical Hit fans will recognize one of the players’ adorable giggle (Spoilers: It’s Samantha), leading to today’s jocular query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) also remembers John Amos from ‘Good Times’ and his distinctive “Heh heh heh”, asking: What character has the most distinctive laugh in all of pop culture?

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  1. Coincidentally, last night the wife and I watched a repeat of Archer, where a guest star started this very discussion: Burt Reynolds.

  2. Malone_hasco on

    Vesa-Matti Loiri, a Finnish comedian. He did a comedy character called “Kusela” who sang “Naurava Kulkuri” (Laughing Drifter). It starts as a comedy fake laugh but as he gets more and more into it, it turns into a real one. He actually fell from bar stool he was sitting in because of it and broke his tailbone but still continued the performance and laughed all the way to the end. He even says in the middle of lines to the pianist that he “shattered his ass”.

  3. I have three characters that pop in to my mind:
    1) Fran Drescher as “The Nanny”
    2) Scooby-Doo
    3) Curly from the Three Stooges

    Any of those laughs are immediately recognizable to me.

  4. I am really dating myself with this one.
    Lenny and Squiggy from “Laverne and Shirley” – half laugh/snort
    Horshack from “Welcome Back, Kotter” – some sort of wheezing.

    Bonus points – Dick van Dyke’s song from Mary Poppins. I love to Laugh
    http://www.youtube dot com /watch?v=pOMqqI-kzHY

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