It can be funny to see blooper reels of children’s shows, or at least children’s performers, where the performers flub a take and then behave in ways that would be inappropriate for their typical target audience.
For example, here are Ricky Gervais and Elmo from Sesame Street cracking jokes about drugs, child abuse, the Holocaust, and necrophilia: Gervais + Elmo = Hilarity on 'Sesame Street' - YouTube
And here’s a blooper reel for the 1980s children’s show Zoobilee Zoo that contains many instances of hilarious profanity and off-colour jokes. Incredibly, the performers tend to stay in character throughout.
Some choice bits:
Lookout Bear (as a policeman): I’m giving you a ticket for saying bad things in public about others—namely, me! Have a nice day!
Bravo Fox: I don’t believe this! A ticket? What does yours say?
Van Go Lion: You believe this one? Yours says you’re fat.
Bravo Fox: Oh, and look at this. “Public indecency.”
Van Go Lion: It’s OK; it’s only five dollars.
Bravo Fox: That dickhead!
Lookout Bear: OK, you’re asking for it now! That’s Mister Dickhead to you, pal! (He hands Lookout Fox another ticket.)
Bravo Fox: Good Prince Lookout?
Lookout Bear: What?
Bravo Fox: This is my daughter, Whazzelda. (He presents to him Whazzat Kangaroo.) You want a blowjob?
Lookout Bear: How much?
Bravo Fox: You heard my jokes!
Lookout Bear and Talkatoo Cockatoo: This is true!
(The actor playing Bravo Fox misses his cue and forgets his line.)
Lookout Bear (whispering to Bravo Fox): “I got a good one…”
Bravo Fox (to Lookout Bear, indignantly): Fuck you.
Lookout Bear: You guys wanna go get a drink tonight?
Talkatoo Cockatoo: Yeah, I’ll have a drink tonight. What could I drink?
Lookout Bear: I don’t know. I like double martinis, two olives.
Bravo Fox: Yeah, I think I’m just gonna bag the old lady tonight. See ya!
Anyone got any more good ones?