Murray: When you're in a band, you don't get with your bandmate's girlfriend. Past or present. You get a love triangle, you know? Fleetwood Mac situation. Well, there were four of them, so more of a love square. But, you know, no one gets on.
Jermaine: Okay, I see.
Murray: Mind you, they did some of their best music then.
After Jemaine starts prostituting himself to get more money, Bret comes to rescue him after calling the police. The police arrive and Jemaine awkwardly identifies himself as the prostitute; when they ask if Bret is one as well, Bret replies that he's the guy "who wears the big condom" (referencing his job as a mascot). Cut to them both in jail.
Any of the half-hearted New Zealand tourism posters beside Murray's desk, such as "New Zealand... Like Lord of the Rings," "New Zealand... Have a Go," or "New Zealand (It's not part of Australia)."
In a deleted scene from "The Tough Brets", it's night and Bret and Jemaine are in bed. Bret is sound asleep but Jemaine is awake and lost in thought about Bret's gang. He turns to Bret to voice his concern:
Jemaine: Bret...? Bret? Bret? (Bret doesn't wake up)Bret!
In the same deleted scene, Jemaine advises Bret that his gang shouldn't make their headquarters in their apartment anymore, so Bret tells them to leave.
Johnny Boy: Did that nosebleed put you up to this? (Jemaine cringes) I'll wring his scrawny neck!
In a deleted scene from "Evicted", Bret wonders if Mel's a little bit crazy. Jemaine starts to answer when Mel drills a hole in the wall to spy on them.
Bret with an eyepatch in "Bowie": he tries to sit down and misses.
The fact that Bret asks David Bowie if putting a wig on a man is gay.
Murray points out to Bret in "Murray Takes It to the Next Level" that his friend Jim drew an outline of a naked woman on their fence.
Bret: Oh, I thought it was a monster.
The ridiculous falsetto Bret puts on in "Unnatural Love"
The guys play a song to raise awareness for epileptic dogs in "Love is a Weapon of Choice". And then they do the remix. With strobe lights that send all of the dogs into fits. Bret didn't realize and thought the golden labradoodle and the shih-tzu were dancing.
Bret and Jemaine's Wimp Fight in their apartment. Their weapons are toilet rolls.
Jemaine comes home in "Prime Minister" and finds Bret jamming with some African men. Jemaine asks Bret if he's rehearsing Paul Simon's solo work. Bret replies, "No."
Greg comes in with a poster saying "NEW ZEALAND... ROCKS!!!!" and asks if it's okay. Murray suggests another exclamation mark, but Greg sheepishly replies "I don't... I don't think that's necessary..." and Murray agrees, equally sheepish.