Dumb Yet Hilarious Austin Powers Moments


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“In the spring we’d make meat helmets.”

Maybe I have the mind of a 14-year-old boy, but I still think the Austin Powers movies are peak comedy.

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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is the funniest movie of all time.

They’re stupid, crass, and sexual, but also filled with a bunch of hilarious puns and quotable moments.

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They’ve aged way better than similar movies from the 1990s/2000s. Plus, they have great soundtracks!

Below, I’ve compiled 26 moments from the Austin Powers films that still make me laugh after all this time, no matter how stupid they are.

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My family still quotes these.


When one of Dr. Evil’s minions would answer questions if they were asked three times:

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I don’t know why, but this scene is hilarious every time. It’s just so stupid it’s funny, especially when they start arguing about which questions count for the three-question rule.


When Dr. Evil and Scott went to a father-son support group and Dr. Evil admitted that he was trying to kill Scott:

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And then he goes, “He’s quite stubborn — he takes after his old man that way.” Gets me every time.


And then the therapist asked Dr. Evil about his childhood and he said it was “typical”:

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My father can quote this whole speech.


When Dr. Evil and Scott went on Maury and Dr. Evil called Scott “the Diet Coke of evil”:

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Who thought of putting Dr. Evil on Maury?? It’s genius.


When Dr. Evil got stuck in his rotating chair:

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I feel like Mike Myers just improvised half of this.


Everything about the “Just the Two of Us” scene:

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This song is an actual bop.


And the “Hard Knock Life” scene:


When Dr. Evil was tired of Scott interrupting him, so he kept coming up with new and inventive ways to tell Scott to “zip it”:


When Austin made this A+ pun:

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A double entendre Shakespeare would be proud of.


When Austin was attacked in a toilet stall and the guy in the stall next to him thought he was just going to the bathroom:

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I hate that I laughed so much.


When Dr. Evil’s rocket launched and everyone kept trying to say what it looked like:

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Is this stupid, or is it the cleverest movie scene of all time?


When Austin showed his directing skills in this photo session:

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The movies were filled with toilet and sexual humor, but the funniest moments had nothing to do with either.


When Austin was relieved that the capitalists were brought down:


When Scott had an outburst that was at the same time very normal for a teenager, and very not:

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Did the Powerpuff Girls ever have this exchange with Professor Utonium?


When the movies ripped off Godzilla without ripping off Godzilla:

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I loved when the movies broke the fourth wall or got all self-referential.


When Austin tried to copy Felicity’s exit from the water…

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…wearing a matching bathing suit.


When Dr. Evil’s team kept shooting down his ideas because they’d already happened:

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They could’ve gone all day with this.


When Austin misunderstood what Felicity meant:

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Amelia Bedelia, is that you?


When Felicity was pulling stuff out of Austin’s bag and through the tent, it looked as if she was pulling a ton of objects from his butt:

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Was it mature humor? No. Was it hilarious? Absolutely.


When Dr. Evil jumped into his time machine but it wasn’t on yet, so he fell down the ramp:

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One thing I never got, though, was how he seemed to forget Mini-Me here and then he brings him once the machine is on. I’m not *overly* concerned with Austin Powers plot holes, though.


When Dr. Evil kept hitting Number 2 with a giant rubber ball of the Earth after bouncing it like a basketball:

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It’s even funnier because it’s Rob Lowe.


When Dr. Evil was not here for anyone not calling him by the correct title:


When Austin’s father contradicted himself:


When Austin described himself “in a nutshell,” then took things a little literally:

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Another VERY quotable line, but only if you do the movement with it.


When Austin struggled to do a three-point turn:


And finally, when Austin had a Freudian slip:

Did I miss any? What are your favorite moments? Let me know in the comments!

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