I don't know. Part of the experience of the joke is the story. If you are familiar with the concept surrounding the joke, "The Aristocrats," you will see the entertainment is not in the punchline but in the story itself.
The talent agent says, "That's quite an act! What do you call yourselves?" The father replies, "The Aristocrats!"
A true jokester never jumps in and stops the joke saying, "I know that one!" for the same reason. If you only know one joke, but 50 ways to tell it, you know 50 jokes. In contrast, if you know 50 jokes, and one way to tell it, you only really know one joke.
"If I happen to fall from the tree, SHOOT THE DOG!"
"You've not come for the shooting have you?"
"Got any grapes?"
"No sir, I would not send a knight out on a dog like this!"
"Nope! I'm a frayed knot!"
"Do you think I should have said 'DiMaggio?'"
"You have a drink named 'Stan?'"
"It happened all so fast!"
"You see how good it works?"
"Yeah I though this might happen, all you've done since you got here is complain!"
I had 3 out of 5 on the original post. I'm finding the hard part is trying to remember stories everyone would have heard.
"That Peters, he never could handle a French accent..."