Moses Jones: You are so two-faced.
Dan Twentyman: Two-faced?
Moses Jones: You see, this is what I've noticed you do, yeah? When you're with me, y-you… You've got rhythm. You're the soul of empathy, you're a brother-lover. Yeah, but when you're with the rest of the freemasonry, you're the candy-coloured clown they all call Sandman, and I'm your surly side-kick Coco.
Dan Twentyman: Freemasonry?
Moses Jones: Yeah, well, it wouldn't surprise me.
Dan Twentyman: Nah, mate, I'm too young.
Moses Jones: Well, your sort are coming back, young Conservatives.
Dan Twentyman: Just because I'm not some hand-winging, bed-wetting, self-hating, brown-nosing liberal, it doesn't make me your own private bigot! Moses.
Moses Jones: What does that mean?
Dan Twentyman: I don't know what it means. I just think you have a tendency to take some things very personally sometimes.
Moses Jones: Oh, shut up, Dan. You don't know what you're talking about.
Dan Twentyman: I can't do anything right.