My favourite parts are I'm the end of the family line and There is a place in Hell for me and my friends. Sometimes, maybe down to the production, maybe it's just the songs, but much of KU feels a bit weak but those songs just work.
I agree that they are a nice couple of songs -- and they really complement each other -- but since they come after such a dire run of halfwritten songs, they still feel too minor songs to rescue the album. If they were placed at the end of a bunch of sturdier songs, they would be a really classy way to end an album.
To me Kill Uncle and Southpaw Grammar are the only proper Morrissey studio albums in which the flaws are too major to be ignored. Southpaw is a brave and adventurous album and the long songs are good enough to support the concept, but sadly the mid-part has some of the worst songs Moz has ever put his name onto: The Operation, Dagenham Dave, Do Your Best And Don't Worry and Best Friend On The Payroll is by far the worst four-song run in any of his albums, and on a 8-track disc that is a big problem.