The Comedy Aisle, which before the 1990s was usually referred to as Aisle Thalia, is now often referred to as simply 'The REAL Comedy Central'. Collected in the aisle are artifacts that derive from comedians and comedic media - side splitting is not an uncommon reality in this aisle (ba-da-da-dadum-chhhhhhh!). The start of this aisle is near the entrance to Artie's Office.
Comedy Aisle ArtifactsEdit
- AFV Video Screen
- Andy Kaufman's Bowl & Spoon
- Bill Hicks’ Contact Lens
- Chalkboard Erasers from the Tanganyika Laughter Epidemic
- Daniel Patrick Carroll's Sequin Dress
- Don Adams' Shoe Phone
- Gallagher's Mallet
- Gene Krupa's Drum Set
- George Carlin's Microphone
- Harry Einstein's Italian Bell
- Ivan Pavlov's Laughter Bell
- Laurel and Hardy’s Hats
- Marcel Marceau's White Gloves
- Mitch Hedberg's Glasses
- Moe Howard's Necktie
- Nipsey Russell’s Buzzer
- Original "Knock-knock" Joke Door Knocker
- Pilot Episode of 'America's Funniest Home Videos'
- Red Skelton’s Doughnut Box
- Rip Taylor's Confetti Cannon
- Robin William's Bicycle
- Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" Concept Art
- Stańczyk’s Jester Hat
- The Three Stooges' Tuxedos
- Toga from 'Animal House'
- William Sommers' Marionette
Spam-3738 (Monty Python Aisle)Edit
This subsection aisle is for the many props from the Monty Python Films and the Flying Circus TV series.