- At their engagement party, Jekyll and Emma discuss unbearably snooty society matron Lady Beaconsfield:
Jekyll: Is there a Lord Beaconsfield?
Emma: He died thirty years ago.
Jekyll: Sensible man.
- Act II opens with Hyde killing the board members in creative ways and the Londoners gossiping about it, culminating in a surefire way to pin down HydeŚ-murdering him. It's even worse in productions where their prayer over Mass is "Take him and leave us lot here."
- Hyde's black humor during "Murder, Murder."
Hyde: Bad news from God, Teddy!
- Just after the first transformation, Hyde wanders over to Jekyll's diary and writes in it.
Hyde (scrawling in the notebook): Midnight. Unexpected development.
- "In His Eyes," while serious, has a funny juxtaposition in the middle.
Lisa: If I'm wise, I will walk away, and gladly...
Lucy: But, sadly, I'm not wise!