One of the top comments for the YouTube video is rather humorous.
bobdrantz: So...The future is a green-skinned British cartoon rockstar riding a toy boat and very enthusiastically talking about the (then) latest Internet browser system? Sounds good to me!
From Rise of the Ogre, on having to recolor every frame with the cross on the truck in "Dirty Harry":
Murdoc: I was hiding in a cupboard over at passion pictures, spying on him. When he got to frame 49,996 I burst out and demanded that he change the cross to a kind of "magenta-y pink". I live for things like that.
Also from Rise of the Ogre:
2D: Also, Murdoc always acts like such a dick. Every bus we go in, he goes over to the microwave and pops an egg in there when no one's looking. Two minutes later "Pffffffhhh!!!" The egg's exploded everywhere. Murdoc always acts like he knows nothing about it. So annoying. And when you accuse him, he ignores you or acts all indignant. Murdoc:(snootily) I have never put an egg in a microwave. Noodle: You lie.
A few more from Rise of the Ogre: Murdoc's dismay that the song "Rock the House" apparently contained panpipes, and him commenting how the check they got after their first gig were of those super-sized variety.
Murdoc:I can't tell you how much of a dick I felt carrying that down to Barclays. Although I can at least I can say I didn't lose it. How could I? It's enormous.
And there's this:
Murdoc: Look, I won't say it again. I saved your life, you owe me your soul.
Murdoc: Oh, nice one.
Also involving Rise of the Ogre, Murdoc's general attitude to the technical interviews, the funniest easily being his making Charlie Brown "mwh mmah mwah" noises.
Still another highlight from Rise of the Ogre is this little exchange:
Murdoc: And when you're cramming that much into your day, your diet just goes out the window. You end up living on fast food junk. I was sitting there scoffing away on some chili Jack flame-grilled alloy nonsense from a well-known burger chain, when a mouthful of "Freedom Fries" became lodged in my throat. I turned blue. They're quite hard to swallow. Fortunately, Russ punched me in the back hard enough to dislodge the blockage, which shot out across the room. ...I never thanked you for that, Russ. You saved my life. Russel: I didn't know you were choking.
More from Rise of the Ogre. When discussing flatulence in the tour bus.
Noodle: It can be a truly unpleasant existence.
2D: Shut up, Noodle. You're the worst!
Murdoc: Kids! Gotta love 'em. Couldn't eat a whole one though.
The entire Gorrillaz Cribs episode, a highlight of which is Murdoc pissing over the wall of a bathroom stall.
Noodle: The windmill that bursts through the clouds was greatly inspired by Japanese animation. The colors, the tones, the textures and the brightness of the clouds... It was important to make something that seemed like it has sprung from the mind of a child. In this way it would fit with the pure sentiment of the song.
Murdoc: Great idea, eh? Really very cryptic, isn't it? Actually, in this video Jamie wanted to stick a talking horse in there.
From that same video, Murdoc commenting they had to turn the floating island around because someone had daubed "GORILLAZ KNOB OFF" on one side.
Murdoc and 2-D being locked in the dressing room while the concert is going on.
At one point, 2-D somehow manages to find another door and uses it to go to the bathroom, much to the annoyance and confusion of Murdoc.
Murdoc: Where the bloody hell have you been?
Murdoc: Toilet!? What do you mean "Toilet"!? (slaps 2D) Where the hell did this door come from!?
And his sassy walk and pimp slap.
Murdoc trying and failing to open both jammed doors.
2D's worried look and his shuffling away whilst Murdoc does this.
The Motorola Sting short, in which Murdoc is wearing nothing save a Nice Hat and a thong, playing a piano in the middle of...some lovely meadow, complete with rainbows, goats and sheep. Suddenly, his phone rings, and...
Murdoc: Mmmmm... Motorola! Look, I can't talk now, I'm naked! *immediately goes back to playing piano*.
Murdoc's "love story" from Pirate Radio 4.
2-D: I think I need to change my pants after that one.
Any of the Pirate Radio broadcasts, really. It seems Murdoc has finally lost it.
A few highlights:
2D: Why are you being so nice to me?
Murdoc: SHUT YOUR FACE!
Murdoc: And remember, boys and girls, Satan loves you!
His trying to reenact uh...whateverit was he did with her. Complete with charading and some interesting sound effects.
2-D: I don't understand.
In the Itunes session interview, Murdoc goes on a long rant praising Rise of the Ogre, calling it the best book ever and even saying that it should be compulsory reading in schools. This exchange follows: