"It was a church service on Christmas Eve…We were singing "Silent Night" and lighting candles at the same time, but my dad had a really bad wick. His wick wasn’t planted into the wax so he couldn’t get his candle lit. Everybody, 500 hundred people in the church, had their candle lit. They’re singing "Silent Night." My dad’s oblivious, I’m trying to light his candle, and I’m, "Dad, we’re on the third stanza here, get this thing lit." It was three minutes of him trying to get this embedded waxed wick lit. And so the song’s ending, he finally gets it lit. He brings it to the front of his face, and as soon as he brings it to the front of his face, everybody blows out their candle. It was the greatest timing thing I’ve ever witnessed. And I know it doesn’t seem that great when you listen to that, but I had this feeling in my gut that I have never laughed..I screamed in church! I went, "HAAAH!" And I had to leave. I’m laughing at my father, which he’s not too crazy about, it’s in church, it’s underneath "Silent Night" going on…Boy was that beautiful. The timing of it was perfect. Gorgeous. Gorgeous." - Zach Galifianakis, on the hardest laugh he ever had.