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Assuming you mean episodes showing Daleks exhibiting a sense of humor (as opposed to Daleks being shown in comical situations or acting oddly), only twice in terms of "real" Daleks: in "Doomsday" a Dalek makes something approaching a joke when he tells the Cybermen they are superior in one aspect to the Daleks - "You are better at dying." And in "Asylum of the Daleks", the Dalek Prime Minister's comment about the Daleks seeing beauty in destruction and suggesting that may be why they've never killed the Doctor could be seen as a form of irony.

And then of course there's Oswin Oswald, but whether she counts as a true Dalek, as opposed to being simply a converted human who maintained her humanity, leaves it open to debate as to whether her humor is really "Dalek" humor.