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37 by several miles! It was pure comedy and gave us a break from ed and Al and all the seriousness. I loved how Havoc was shot down by Katherine and how his face was all weird throughout the entire episode. That was my favorite episode. Everyone needs a funny break from seriousness at some point. But 13 was also funny at some points like Roy's miniskirt speech.
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Episode 37!!!! I almost died of laughter when I watched it. I thought the funniest parts were when Havoc was writing in his journal, and at the end when Mustang and everyone else find out that Black Hayate was burrying the bones in the ground .
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37 was the best!
Roy's procrastination....window cleaning, there's something I ought to try when I want to put off something important! And poor Havoc - bet he can't wait until Roy and Riza are a couple, means he'll be able to keep his girlfriends once in a while. And Riza's dog burying the bones was hilarious - although I have no idea why the colonel thought it was a human bone.
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37 all the way! That episode is hilarious. And it isn't Ed who makes the funny moments. You really get to see the other side of the military. Normally they are all serious but now: XD And Furey was cute. =3
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I love 13 to death, but I do have to say 37 is much funnier. I remember seeing 13 then talking to my cousin and saying that 13 is the funniest episode ever and he said "no its not, just wait" and then when I got home I was watching the rest of the show and I noticed it got progressively more depressing and I was like "how is it gonna be funny?! What was he talking about!? then I saw 37 and laughed myself silly.
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I totally confused myself on the "funniest episode" thread. So the assesment is a different episode, hmmmmm. I really cannot choose. I know that ep. 37 I can was independetly (sp) from the series, whereas ep. 13 gives us insight into Mustang and the Ishbal "rebellion."
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If you think about it, these two episodes are almost identical. They both mostly revolve around Mustang and his team. In each of them, there is a small shot of drama around Mustang :in thirteen it's when Mustang's flashes back to where he kills an Ishbalan; in 37 it's when Mustang stops at Hughes's house. Both of these episodes give Black Hayate most of his air time. Though both are comdies, neither end on a high note. But I would say 37 is funnier, mostly because of how Mustang gets so pissed off at his team's "Warehouse 13" business. Still, to me, the funniest point in the episode, perhaps in the whole show, is where they're all digging furiosly for the dead soldier. Then the dog walks by, minding his own business, burries a bone, and then walks away. Everything is quiet as Mustang just watches the dog walking away. Then he just turns back, not helling, and mutters: "Well I can't say I expected that."
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of course 37 is funnier, and the run needed it at that point...but 13 is ridiculously better. 13 puts together everything that made fma good. ambush comedy, massive pathos, and not only character exposition but also character development. anyway i'll tap out now.