President Muffley: Hello?... Er, hello, Di—er, hello, Dimitri?...Listen, er, I can't hear too well, do you suppose you could turn the music down just a little?...Oh, that's much better!...yeah—yeah—Fine, I can hear you now, Dimitri—Clear and plain and coming through fine—I'm coming through fine, too, eh? Good—then—Well, then, as you say we're both coming through fine—Good—Well, it's good that you're fine and, and I'm fine—I agree with you, it's great to be fine—hah hah hah hah—Now then, Dimitri—you know about how—we've always talked about the possibility of something going wrong with the bomb—the bomb, Dimitri—the HYDROGEN bomb—well, now, what happened is—um—one of our base commanders, he had a sort of—well, he went a little funny in the head—you know, just a little—funny, and uh, he went and did a silly thing—Well, I'll tell you what he did, he ordered his planes—to attack your country. Ah—well let me finish, Dimitri—let me finish, Dimitri—well, listen, how do you think I feel about it?...Can you imagine how I feel about it, Dimitri?...Why do you think I'm calling you? Just to say hello?...Of course I like to speak to you! Of course I like to say hello!...Not now, but any time, Dimitri. I'm just calling up to tell you something terrible has happened—It's a friendly call, of course, it's a friendly call—listen if it wasn't friendly—you probably wouldn't have even got it—They will not reach their targets for at least another hour—I am—I am positive, Dimitri—listen, I've been all over this with your ambassador, it is not a trick—Well I'll tell you—We'd like to give your Air Staff a complete rundown on the targets, the flight plans, and the defensive systems of the planes—Yes, I mean if we're unable to recall the planes and—I'd say that, uh— well, uh—we're just gonna have to help you destroy them, Dimitri—I know they're our boys—Alright, well, listen, now who should we call?...Who should we call Dimitri, What "The People"?— what? Sorry, you faded away there—"The People's Central Air Defense Headquarters"—where is that, Dimitri?...Im Omsk. Right?...Yes—Oh, you'll call them first, will you?...uh-huh—Listen do you happen to have the phone number on you, Dimitri?...What? I see, just ask for Omsk Information—How, ah, um, hmmm—. I'm sorry too, Dimitri. I'm very sorry—Alright, you're sorrier than I am, but I am sorry as well—I am as sorry as you are, Dimitri. Don't say that you're more sorry than I am because I'm capable of being just as sorry as you are—So we're both sorry, alright?...Alright—Yes, he's right here. He wants to talk to you, just a second—
Notice Ambassador de Sadesky's face during the conversation. It never changes; like he's entirely used to this sort of thing.
During this conversation, Ambassador de Sadesky steps away to "tie his shoe" (read: take a picture of the Big Board with a hidden camera, which is exactly what Turgidson said he'd do when he arrived).
Strangelove accidentally addressing the president as Mein Fuehrer.
Dr. Strangelove: Of course, the whole point of a Doomsday Machine is lost, if you keep it a secret! Why didn't you tell the world, eh? Ambassador de Sadesky:[Sheepishly] It was to be announced at the Party Congress on Monday. As you know, the Premier loves surprises.
Mandrake's incredulous reaction upon hearing Bat Guano's name, he hesitantly pronounces it and adds "... if that is your real name"
Mandrake: (to Guano) Colonel, that Coca-Cola machine, I want you to shoot the lock off it. There may be some change in there. Guano: That's private property. Mandrake: (exasperated) Colonel, can you possibly imagine what is going to happen to you, your frame, outlook, way of life and everything, when they learn that you have obstructed a telephone call to the President of the United States? Can you imagine? Shoot it off! Shoot! With the gun! That's what the bullets are for, you twit! Guano: Ok. I'm gonna get your money for you. But if you don't get the President of the Unites States on that phone, you know what's going to happen to you? Mandrake: What? Guano: You're going to have to answer to the Coca Cola Company.
The Survival Kit:
Kong: Survival Kit contents check. In them you will find: one 45 caliber automatic, two boxes of ammunition, four days concentrated emergency rations, one drug issue containing antibiotics, morphine, vitamin pills, pep pills, sleeping pills, tranquilizer pills, one miniature combination Rooshan phrase book and Bible, one hundred dollars in rubles, one hundred dollars in gold, nine packs of chewing gum, one issue of prophylactics, three lipsticks, three pair of nylon stockings — shoot, a fellah could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas with all that stuff....
When discussing the doomsday device:
Ambassador de Sadesky: Besides, we had information that your country was working along similar lines!
President Muffley: We don't have anything like that in development!
Meta-example in Kubrick's deception of George C Scott. Turning a subtle (but presumably dull) role into a Large Ham with over-the-top takes "for practice" and "amusement of the crew". Scott had reasons to be very upset but the sneaky move is hilarious too, very in line with the absurdism of the whole film. The movie benefits immensely from his exaggerated performance.
The final line of the movie, "Mein Fuhrer! I can walk!" is quickly followed by the nukes hitting and the credits.