That's kind of a big question, but I'll do my best
I'm forever underlining bits of Tom Robbins books, and I love all
the "classic" comedies (Catch-22, Hitchiker's Guide, etc.). I've
been trying to read more sci-fi recently, and would appreciate any
recommendations (so far I've really enjoyed Hyperion and Stranger
in a Strange Land)
I love movies, so I could go on and on, but to keep it short, I
really love comedies that border on absurd, and anything that has
the ability to change my worldview. A few of my favorite directors
are Jacques Tati, Mike Leigh, Sam Raimi, Terry Gilliam, Pedro
Almodovar, and Hal Hartley.
I've been on a bit of a British kick with tv recently. Watched
Black Adder, Peep Show, and Black Books. Otherwise I love all the
HBO shows, Arrested Development, and I'm constantly keeping up with
British quiz shows.
As for music, I've quite honestly found something I've loved in
nearly every genre. I've been going 90s recently, and have listened
to a ton of REM and Pavement.