There is something glorious about a lazy Saturday night spent in bed with a box of pizza and your favorite movie. But for those times when you just can’t decide what sort of movie or show you want to dive into, these cinematic treasures are guaranteed to provide you with plenty of laughable moments.

Let this be the guiding light in for your next Netflix and chill session. But be warned: you’ll probably end up wanting to actually watch the movie or show if you choose something from this list. Here’s a rundown of 10 of the most hilarious food moments in film and TV history:

Jim Screws a Pie

Movie: American Pie (1999)

Who: Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs)

Why it’s iconic: The scene where Jim makes love to a pie is truly impossible to get out of your mind once you witness it. The mixture of watching Jim struggle to decide whether or not to get it on with the dessert, mixed with the embarrassment of being caught in the act, is awkward and hilarious. But if you take away just one thing from this scene, it’s that Jim’s dad is the G.O.A.T.

Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle

Movie: Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)

Who: Kumar (Kal Penn) and Harold (John Cho)

Why it’s iconic: Nothing captures what it’s like to go H.A.M. on a meal you’ve been dreaming about all day better than this scene from Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle. Even if you’ve never experienced one of White Castle’s signature sliders, this clip will convince you it is one of the greatest fast-food items on the planet. It goes without saying that watching this clip is guaranteed to make you hungry.

John Chugs a Bottle of Jack Daniels

Movie: Animal House (1978)

Who: John “Bluto” Blutarsky (John Belushi)

Why it’s iconic: Desperate times call for desperate measures. That’s why when John’s frat house’s bar is taken away, he copes with the loss in the only way a respectable frat bro would: by downing an ungodly amount of hard liquor.

Bang Bang

Television Show: Louis (2010-Present)

Who: Louis CK and Bobby (Robert Kelly)

Why it’s iconic: In this clip, Louis CK perfectly demonstrates what pre-diet craziness looks like. You have to satisfy every single one of your cravings before you take up a life of kale and fresh-pressed juice. If your diet ends up failing later on down the week, it just means you get to repeat the bang-bang process all over again. Win-win situation.

Tom Haverford’s Food Slang

Television Show: Parks and Recreation (2009-2015)

Who: Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari)

Why it’s iconic: We all have cute nicknames for things we like—whether it be for a dog or a significant other. Tom Haverford, on the other hand, has created the best food nicknames in history. Ordering Italian for lunch this afternoon? Check to see if your waiter understands you when you ask for “chicky chicky parmparm.” Treat yo’ self.

Wagamama Man

Television Show: Phoneshop (2009-present)

Who: Jerwayne (Javone Prince) and Ashley (Andrew Brooke)

Why it’s iconic: When Jerwayne explains that he only has £20 to last him throughout the whole week, his friend Ashley dips into his bag to reveal a homemade sandwich—his way of alluding to that fact that he’s broke, too. The moment where the two learn they are both, in fact, very broke is both heartwarming and hilarious.

Lincoln Bakes a Cake

Television Show: Broad City (2014-Present)

Who: Lincoln (Hannibal Buress)

Why it’s iconic: Stress eating is very real. After Ilana informs Lincoln that her best friend Abby has gone missing, Lincoln is left with no choice other than to stay at home and worry. What better way to cope with your emotions that with some dessert? As they say, misery loves cake.

Ron Swanson vs Vegan Bacon

Television Show: Parks and Recreation (2009-2015)

Who: Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman)

Why it’s iconic: In this quintessential Ron Swanson moment, Ron and April hit up everyone’s favorite grocery-store section: the sample aisle. Ron throws every slice of the veggie bacon into the trash, because let’s be honest, no vegan meat substitute could replace the OG.

Sally’s Fake Orgasm at Katz’s

Movie: When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Who: Sally Albright (Meg Ryan)

Why it’s iconic: On behalf of all women, Sally lays down exactly what’s wrong with today’s dating stigmas to an unbeknownst Harry. After witnessing her historic fake orgasm in the middle of the public Lower East Side deli, the viewer can’t help but fall in love with Sally. The clip even leaves the audience with one of the most iconic lines in cinematic (and deli) history: “I’ll have what she’s having.”


Television Show: 30 Rock (2006-2013)

Who: The 30 Rock Cast

Why it’s iconic: In this relatable clip, the writers contemplate what they want for lunch. When the decision is left up to Lutz, he chooses none other than the worst-rated sandwich chain known to mankind. Pretty tragic, considering New York City is filled with some of the greatest sandwiches known to mankind.