- Douglas, after performing a bombing run over the polar bears of Qikiqtarjuaq (Martin screaming in the background), is informed that he left the cabin address on.
"Oh dear. Now that, I admit, was a bit unprofessional."
- Upon finding Carolyn on a date with the dashing Captain Herc, Douglas retrieves a piano from the van he and the others are driving to Ottery St. Mary before launching into a rendition of 'That's Amore'.
- Pretty much the entirety of Ottery St. Mary qualifies, but especially anything in regards to otters or yellow cars.
- "In the unlikely event of Captain nonrecognition, Captain doffs cap, gestures to lipstick inscription."
- "The boy stood on the burning deck whence all but he had fled; his heart was in his mouth, but lo, his cap was on his head!"
- Also from Fitton, all of Arthur's spirited but horrible attempts at singing.
- Ipswich: Douglas is not overly in awe of his captain. He roleplays situations where he is for every drop of sarcasm he can:
- "Hey, Chief. I might be wrong, but I think we're flying into a mountain. This makes me feel ... scared of the mountain! One thing we could do is pull up and fly over the mountain. How does that sound to SPHLOOMM!"
- Saving MJN:
Douglas: [clears throat] Hey, Chief.
Douglas: I might be wrong ... [laughs] Sorry, I really must learn to say that with a straight face. I might be wrong, but I think Arthur's about to lose us all our jobs.
Carolyn: This is not—
Douglas: Hang on, I'm only on step two. This makes me feel ... unemployed. And also a little surprised, given that I've heard quite a lot recently that the number of passengers at which it becomes compulsory to carry a flight attendant is nineteen. And I just wonder how often that situation's going to occur in our aircraft ... with its sixteen seats.
Douglas: And: How does that sound to you?
- Martin's various attempts at a (horrendous) French accent during Qikiqtarjuaq, and especially his story involving the egg-beater and the pogo-stick.
- Douglas and Herc's "syrup-off" in Rotterdam, as they compete over the recording of MJN's welcome announcement.
Carolyn: No, I don't like it either, Martin, but since we have a pilot who sounds like Stephen Fry's favourite uncle, we might as well use him.
- Every third moment of every episode. Possibly more.
- Arthur getting a go on the tannoy of the disused Uskerty airport:
Arthur: Can I have your attention, please. This is the airport speaking. Listen to the airport. Flight 2020202 is now ready for boarding at gate... eight. It isn't late. It will not wait. If you want to be on that aeroplane... it's time to get on the aeroplane now. If you have young children, put them on the aeroplane. If you have any hand baggage, put it on the aeroplane. If you have any bombs... they're not allowed on the aeroplane. Please put them... in the bin. Okay, bye! Love... the airport.
- The sheer It Makes Sense in Context...ness of the end of Uskerty:
Martin: (firmly) No, I'm sorry, Carolyn. I carried the sheep for you. I climbed the tree. I rode in the back of the truck. But now, I need to X-ray these geese.
- The "Fizz-Buzz" game in 'Xinzhou' reaching its climax when Arthur suggests a variant that consists entirely of saying "fizz" and "buzz".
Arthur: GERTI's playing!
- At the beginning of that episode, Martin and Douglas determining whether the weather conditions are safe for takeoff by having a snowball fight.
- MJN needs a new brochure, a discussion arises on the previous cover photo:
Arthur: Mumís reprinting our company brochure, and she said I could have a go at taking a picture for the cover.
Douglas: Oh dear. Does that mean weíre losing the current one?
Martin: The one with Carolyn strangling a customer?
Douglas: I always thought that summed up MJN Air rather well.
- Douglas' evil cackling during the word game in "Limerick":
Mark me well... Soon you will rue the day you dared to cross...Russell Crowe
- Also from "Limerick", Arthur is attempting to learn the phonetic alphabet so Martin and Douglas are quizzing him whenever he pops into the cockpit. His progress is about what you'd expect.
Martin: No, the phonetic alphabet for F is not tango!
- The entire B-plot of "Wokingham": Douglas and Carolyn try to outlast each other at using only monosyllabic words.
Douglas: No, could I have— ...the one that is not tea?
Carolyn: The one that is not tea. Which one is that?
Douglas: You know what it is.
Carolyn: Beer! Oh, dear Doug, no, you can't have beer.
Douglas: No, not beer...
Carolyn: Wine! No, no wine for you, my friend.
Douglas: I do not want wine. I want the hot drink made from a bean, which comes in types such as "Gold Blend."
Carolyn: I think I know which one you mean, but I will need you to ask for it by name, just to be sure.
Douglas: Fine. I will have tea.
- Arthur records the chimes for his new ice cream van. Consisting of Arthur singing the word "ice cream" over and over to the tune of Greensleeves.
- Douglas impersonates Gordon. Martin impersonates Douglas. Arthur impersonates himself, but with a horrendous Australian accent.
- At the beginning of Part 2, Part 1 is recapped by Arthur, who is explaining to his girlfriend why he can't attend her horse dressage event.
Arthur: ...Yeah, no, no, good point, Tiffy. I've probably told you enough.
- "Boston": Mr. Leeman doesn't want to put out a cigarette, so Arthur's response is to, when the fire alarm sounds, spray him down with the fire extinguisher, which gives him a heart attack. Arthur then decides to give a eulogy:
Arthur: Well, goodbye, then. I feel someone should, um, say a few words. [He unfolds a piece of paper] Hamilton R Leeman. Born 1943 in Ö America, probably; died 2008 in the sky Ė definitely. Non-vegetarian option. I didnít know you for very long, Mr. Leeman, but Iíll always remember you as Ö as a shouty man. You loved to shout; shout and smoke Ė those were your twin passions. And so, i-in a way, I suppose you died doing what you loved: shouting and smoking, and covered in foam. I donít know if you liked that. You probably didnít. Still, goodbye! Rest in peace! [beat] Thank you for flying MJN Air!