Ricky Gervais: [referring to Kate Winslet's win for her part in 'The Reader'] Well done, Winslet. I told you, do a Holocaust movie and the awards come, didn't I?
Ricky Gervais: The trouble is with Holocaust films, there's never any gag reel on the DVDs.
Ricky Gervais: I can't believe I'm not nominated. I met the Hollywood Foreign Press, they're all over me, "Oh, we love Ghost Town." Not enough, obviously. Brilliant. What a waste of a campaign! That is the last time I have sex with two hundred middle-aged journalists. It was horrible. A lot of them didn't speak English. Europeans with wispy beards. The men were worse.
Don Cheadle: The Coen brothers, who incidentally have never hired me... Never put me in a movie, even movies that - I would have crushed Fargo! I would have crushed it. Macy was fine, but I would have... I would have crushed it.
Seth Rogen: It is a true honor to finally be presenting here at the Golden Globes, although honestly I wish I got to do this a long time ago in a different era in Hollywood, perhaps. Maybe like the 80s, you know, that way instead of being drunk with Mickey Rourke tonight I'd be doing cocaine with Mickey Rourke tonight.
Elizabeth Banks: You did do cocaine with Mickey Rourke tonight.
Seth Rogen: I know I did, a lot of it, but it's just not the same, I'll be honest with you.
Sacha Baron Cohen: It is said in times of economic hardship that people flock to the cinemas to watch mindless, purile, escapist nonsense. Which is great news, because I've got a movie coming out.
Tina Fey: I want to say thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press. I've always loved the Hollywood Foreign Press. As a kid I had all the Hollywood Foreign Press action figures.
Tina Fey: If you ever start to feel too good about yourself, they have this thing called the Internet. You can find a lot of people there who don't like you. I'd like to address some of them now. "BabsonLacrosse", you can suck it. "DianeFan", you can suck it. "Cougarletter", you can really suck it, 'cause all year, you've been after me all year.
Tracy Morgan: Thank you. Tina Fey and I had an agreement that if Barack Obama won I would speak for the show from now on. Welcome to postracial America! I am the face of postracial America! Deal with it, Cate Blanchett!
Mickey Rourke: I'd like to thank all my dogs. The ones that are here and the ones that aren't here anymore, because sometimes when a man's alone that's all you got is your dog, and they've meant the world to me.