The most famous of these is the punchline "No soap, radio."
David Pumpkins is an antifright.
Believe it or not, this is part of the insistent weirdness.
"I'm David Pumpkins, man!"
"His own thing!"
"To do this."
"David *S*. Pumpkins!"
"YES! SEVERAL!" the man shouts, but it's too late.
"Um... 73 out of 100 floors."
More evidence that people don't normally question this.
"It's 100 floors of frights, they're not all going to be winners!"
And it's been getting weirder the whole time we've seen.
So why "go big" so early on?
To show that he can.
And the progression says he's gonna get weirder.
Haha I bet it is something wacky.
"To get to the other side."
Hahahahaha... wait, what?
Within our world, this is how he functions as humor.
(In Kaufman's defense, he didn't call what he did comedy.)
The line between horror and comedy is so thin, and Haunted Elevator erases it to great effects.
Shouldn't be scary. Is.
Tip your waitress.