As Ilsa drinks, she remembers a year earlier when she talked to Marshal on the phone as he was driving through Africa. When he realizes that his taxi driver was taking the wrong turn and had locked him in, Marshall tells her that he’ll love her forever and hangs up...Read the full recap
Ames: Was that not the gig, to find her?
Guerrero: People end up gone all the time, bodies never found. Want me to educate you?
Winston: You do realize that just because we’re men doesn’t mean we can’t talk about our feelings?
Christopher: Yes, it does.
Winston: Oh, that’s good then. Just keep it all balled up like a knot, just… well, it’s too late now anyway. She’s already gone, Caveman.
Guerrero: Do you want to speak to the last person who pushed my buttons?
Guerrero: Good. Because you can’t.
Ames: Where are we going?
Guerrero: Back to the office to settle this.
Ames: The CIA is there! Hello, they're gonna kill us!
Guerrero: Better than a life with you.
Christopher: Ilsa, I need you to tell me everything about your relationship with your husband.
Ilsa: What you're asking me to do is going to be very difficult.
Christopher: Come on, it's just me.
Ilsa: That's why it's going to be difficult.
Ames: This is crazy. I thought you told Ilsa you'd stop spying on everyone.
Guerrero: It's like you don't even know me.
Bill Fickner: Look, it was nothing personal. It was just business. I just couldn't have you out there knowing what you know. You understand?
Guerrero: I understand. That's my issue, Bill. You found my pressure point. He's my world. You understand? That's my kid. Nothing personal, dude. Just business. (blows Fickner up)
Christopher: Come on, what's the point? Somebody just ends up getting hurt anyway.
Winston: Don't you have enough scars on you to know that things heal?