"Ain't you the regular Jack Benny?"―Janice Le Roi & Indiana Jones[src]
"Go out with a laugh, that's what I say"
Jack Benny was an American comedian of the twentieth century. Getting his start with music in vaudeville, he developed a comedic talent and had a highly rated radio program from 1932 to 1955, and a television show from 1950 to 1965. He was influential in the development of situation comedy.
In 1936, Indiana Jones and Janice Le Roi were cast adrift in the North Pacific Ocean. With their lifeboat full of holes, and overturned, their signal fire made from burning their shirts fading, and several sharks circling them, Jones made a joke and Le Roi compared him to the American radio comedy king.
- Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods 3 (Mentioned only)