List of gags in the Naked Gun series

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The Naked Gun series that featured Leslie Nielsen had many gags in the three movies. There are many noticeable gags throughout the series (mostly The Smell of Fear), including...

  • A woman with 4 sets of knees.
  • A Tyrannosaurus rex in one of the police offices.
  • In the first love scene between Drebin and Jane, they speak briefly about using protection, and then start to make love wearing giant full-body condoms.
  • Drebin, out of control in a police tank, crashes through a zoo wall, freeing all of the animals, which promptly run amok through Washington, D.C.
  • When told "Because of you, this city is being overrun by baboons," Drebin responds with "Well...isn't that the fault of the voters?"
  • After the movie's climax, the villian lands safely on the ground after being saved after a fall from a very tall building, only to be mauled by an escaped zoo lion.
  • When Drebin finally locates and attacks a government consultant imposter in a wheelchair, Chicago Bears players appalled at "the guy beating up a man in a wheelchair," proceed to beat Drebin.
  • In a conversation on a car alarm that shoots a metal car boot to a man's crotch and sticks (another gag), the people refer to cities where the alarm was made.
  • An undercover Frank and a mobster tunnel out of jail, only to surface in another "dangerous" environment: the grounds of a LA high-school. Each student is equipped with an assortment of heavy weapons, and the two are forced to dodge bullets, hand-grenades, etc.
  • A reference to metal history in which the villain shows many types, including aluminum.
  • When Frank struggles to put on pants for a wetsuit, they fall like a launched rubber band to the water, ten of them.
  • When Frank surfaces, he's in a waste removal bay with rats.
  • Trying to escape, Frank accidentally hits a man in the wheelchair with oil, billard balls, and an anvil.
  • Through the credits of all three movies, added lines like "There is a Pontiac in the parking lot" are frequent.
  • When investigating the crime scene of a man who died by drowning, a chalk outline of the body is visible on the water.

Nielsen included these types of gags in his next movie, Wrongfully Accused, a parody of The Fugitive.

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