- Patton: Dublin, how are you?
- Roddy: Soooo nice to see you again.
- Patton: After all these years. Even though it looks like we're playing in MC Hammer's living room.
- Crowd: You Fat Bastards!
- Roddy: Hush now Dublin, shhh
- Patton: You guys need to rephrase that, see Fatter Bastards
After Midlife Crisis Eastenders bit:
- Patton: Did you like it better the second time? We can do it again later. Hold that thought... shhh!
Patton starts the "it's it" part too early in Epic, "Don't worry, ok here's the right time!"
During RV, "Nobody speaks English anymore, or Irish, whatever!" and ends with a reference, "Fish'n'Chips down at Leo Burdock? How do I know?"
After Gentle Art:
- Roddy: I want to thank the opening band but I don't know how to pronounce their name.
- Patton: Adebisi Shank I think?
- Roddy: Adebisi Shank... are they friends of your guys?
- Patton: Do you guys know them?
- Roddy: They live here in Dublin.
- Patton: How do you say it? How do you say it? Ah ba dee zee Shank? Or Skank? Good, skank that would be bad.
- Roddy: They were fantastic though thanks for playing....
- Patton: You should be proud. Except you, you get down and behave. Get down... get down. Or I'm going to give you the... what do you call it? I'm gonna give you the cane...
Before Just A Man:
- Patton: Hey everybody! Tell em Roddy tell em...
- Roddy: Sweet sweet Dublin. Where are we Dublin? Dublin, we're at the end of the road.
- Patton: We are. Yes we are.
- Roddy: I'm sorry to say we've gotta stop some time.
- Patton: All roads lead to Dublin first of all. This road is done. Last exit, Olympia.
- Roddy: Thanks for being with us.
- Patton: Yeah really really crazy crazy. Thank you, for coming out. Especially... I keep forgetting there's people up there. It's really ah, kind of disturbing but... What does it look like? What does it look like from up there? Is it ok? Does it look like a concert or some sort of museum piece or something?
- Roddy: Do I look bald on the top of my head from up there?
- Patton: Yeah, how's my hair look?
- Roddy: It's ok?
- Patton: How about my hips? Did you catch that salsa move? The guy that looks like Axl Rose, I'm talking to you. Young Axl up there. This song's for you motherfucker. You're gonna like this one. This is called romance homey. Do that Axl dance...
During Just A Man intro, "Is he doing it? He's doing it!"
On return to encore:
- Patton: So?! Now we can fucking talk normally, have you seen any good movies lately? Nothing? No? Any new Irish directors we should know about? No? Don't fucking look at me like that. I should look at the top row that's where like artists are look at them. Yeah.
- Roddy: Got any suggestions up there top row?
- Patton: Don't ask Axl, he's too busy doing fucking you know, doing blow and shit. Is there anybody else up there that knows of any good Irish directors?
- Roddy: Any high brow Irish...?
- Patton: High brow.
- Roddy: I like that guy who wrote ah... Pillowman? What's that play, Irish man, Pillowman? You know him?
- Patton: Yeah he knows him, he's related to him. Sorry guys I know you're boring you to death!
- Roddy: We just want to chat.
- Patton: What what? ??? upset you fucking noggin' motherfucker? What, what do you...? Oh you want me to wear your underpants is that it? You know what, thank you. I don't know if they'll fit I'm a little skinny.
- Roddy: That's a thong for a fat man. Samurai thong.
- Patton: Actually I think I could wear this. Borat style. Borat, you know like... I don't want to disrupt the set. Why don't you guys play... Once I find some time I'll try to wear that, trust me.
Ole ole ole sample before Chariots Of Fire