I don't suppose Seinfeld could be considered an anarchist, but I find much of his humor aimed at the ridiculousness of society very funny, especially when it comes to the character George Costanza...like the following:
George, going to a job interview, lying to do whatever it takes to get the position, despite the fact he hates work:
Prospective Boss: If you want to work at Mackenzie/Brackman, you've got to be a team player. There's no place here for someone who wants to go their own way.
George: Oh, no problem there. Conformity is an obsession with me.
or this one...
George: I don’t want hope. Hope is killing me. My dream is to become hopeless. When you’re hopeless you don’t care. And when you don’t care, that indifference makes you attractive.
Jerry: So, hopelessness is the key?
George: It’s my only hope.
Yeah, it's from television and all, but it makes me laugh. And I agree that humor is an important part of life, anarchist or otherwise.