Martha: This is your moment, Charles. I-I think that when you step out of that helicopter alone after saving the country, that's an image that history will never forget.
President Logan: Alright. Thank you, Marty.
Jack: (to helicopter pilot) Captain. I can fly this thing if I have to which leaves you with one of two choices - you either do what I say and you live or you don't and you die for nothing, do you understand me?
President Logan: (to Jack) Are you going to kill me? I suppose you want some sort of revenge, I understand that. Bad things happened, I didn't want them to happen. People who work for me, they-they went too far, they did things they thought I wanted them to do but they were wrong. You have to understand, I have always acted in the country's best interests but you're just trying to get even. Do you realise what effect this will have on the American people?! This day has been trying enough and now the President is being attacked. If you want to do what's right, you will turn this thing around and go back! Damn it, Bauer, say something!
President Logan: (as Jack empties the President's pockets) Jack, I'm the President of the United States, I'm not carrying any weapons.
Morris O'Brian: Jack Bauer, I should've known that.
Jack: Modified equipment?
Morris O'Brian: Yep. (spots the President) Ahhh, it's President Logan, Jack.
Jack: Get outta here!
Chloe: Listen, Jack, I don't mean to put any added pressure on you but if you don't have a confession by then, we'll all be arrested for treason.
Jack: Yeah, I know.
President Logan: A man will say anything under torture. This won't mean a thing!
Jack: Mr. Logan, I'm not gonna torture you. But you are going to tell me what I want to know. Or so help me God, I will kill you.
Jack: (to President Logan) A year and a half ago, I was warned that my life was in danger by someone within the government. I was told the only way I could stay alive was to create the illusion that I was dead. I was forced to deceive people that I loved. My only daughter will never forgive me. As I see the depth of your corruption unfold, I have no doubt that you are that source of danger. David Palmer was a great man and he was a great President. But he was also my friend. He tried to warn me about you and now he is dead. Other people tried to help me and they are dead, too. So, Mr. Logan, I hope you understand... I have absolutely nothing to lose. You are going to be held accountable for your part of everything that happened today. You are not gonna be able to hide behind the Presidency. RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW, YOU ARE GOING TO FACE JUSTICE! And make no mistake about this, this is personal and if you think for a second that I am scared to put a bullet in your brain, you don't know me.
President Logan: (to Martha Logan) You said that I was a good liar but I am nothing compared to you.
President Logan: Why did you help them?
Martha: Because you killed David Palmer!
President Logan: I told you, I-I-I didn't realise that was going to happen.
Martha: Your people killed him to protect you! You covered it up, that's just as bad!
President Logan: I covered it up because I had to!
Martha: Oh, and then others died to cover that up!
President Logan: That's right, for the good of the country.
Martha: You sold nerve gas to terrorists, you're insane! YOU'RE INSANE!
President Logan: I did it for the good of the country as I saw it at the time!
President Logan: (on David Palmer) A great President. A great American. And, on a more personal note, a wonderful friend.
President Logan: Agent Clark, arrest these men and get them the hell out of here!
Agent Clark: I'm sorry Mr. President, we have orders.
President Logan: You take your... You take your orders from me!
Agent Clark: Not anymore.
Audrey: (to Jack) I can't believe you're really... you're really here!
Jack: I'll be right back, I promise.
Audrey: Take as long as you need, I'm not going anywhere.
Jack: I love you.
Bill: In any event, we can expect Hal Gardner to be sworn in as President soon which means this'll probably the last time I'll see this place.
Karen Hayes: I don't think so. Not if I have anything to do with it, and I will. You'll be back here, running CTU.
Bill: Karen... I was thinking of getting some breakfast before going home...
Karen Hayes: I have to go over to Division for one last briefing. Bureaucracy. Rain check?
Bill: (smiling) Sure.