- Totally out of context, but at the end of Night Watch there's an exchange. Looks like it's one-sided.
Vetinari: And if you care to come along to my office tomorrow, we can settle the-
Vimes: There's a trial tomorrow. [...] I want this bastard to hang, after all.
Vetinari: Well then, afterward we could-
Vimes: Afterward I'm going home to my family for a while.
- Similarly out of context there's this snippet of dialogue from Jingo:
Vetinari: You're not going to handcuff me?
Vimes: Why should I do that?
Vetinari: Treason is very nearly the ultimate crime, Sir Samuel. I think I should demand handcuffs.
Vimes: All right, if you insist.
Vetinari: You haven't any shackles, by any chance?
- Then there's this little conversation between Dr. Downey and Carrot in Feet Of Clay regarding Vetinari's poisoning:
Downey: I believe [Vimes] personally took over the investigation of the poisoning?
Carrot: Well, yes. But-
Downey: Didn't you think that was odd?
Carrot: No, sir. Not when I thought about it. I think he's got a sort of soft spot for the Patrician, in his way. He once said that if anyone was going to kill Vetinari he'd like it to be him.
- The adorable and amusing moment when a younger Vetinari reports on seeing Vimes for the first time in an alternative timeline. Looks like Vimes pretty much blew his mind.
Vetinari: I can't believe what I saw. I thought he was a thug. And he is a thug. You can see his muscles thinking for him. But he overrules them moment by moment! I think I saw a genius at work.