[Alex is a cyborg]
Max: How are we gonna get you through the airport metal detectors?
Alex: Piece by piece.
Jared: You see, there's an old saying in this business. 'It pays to be more than human.'
Rosaria: You're confused. We're trying to save humankind, and you, you protect the machines... Well no wonder you protect them, you're mostly machine, you're not really human anymore are you?
Alex: 86.5% is still human.
Jared: It took them 6 months to put him back together. Synthetic flesh, bio-engineered organs. It always scared him that they might take out his soul, and replace it with some matrix chip.
Alex: See, laundering data can be dangerous. You break the law, you go to hell.
Jared: You can't handle the job, you've lost the edge. You've become too emotional.
Alex: I can't feel anything anymore. You turned me into a fucking machine. I don't know what's right or wrong.
Jared: Since when did you care?
Angie: You know, maybe you're one smart cop. Maybe too smart for cop brotha. Maybe, just maybe, you're one sharp motherfucker.
Alex: That's a lot of maybes.
Jared: Look, there's a lot of us working to make a bad world better. Remember that.
Alex: What do you care about a better world? You're a cyborg.
Jared: I live here too.
Angie: Surgery by surgery brotha. Getting more machine than human. How you feel about that?
Alex: I didn't have any choice.
Angie: Sad, yeah?
Alex: At least I'm still alive.
Angie: Won't make any difference you no care brotha.
Alex: Just do it.
Julian: Alright Alex, now this is gonna...
Alex: Sting a little? I know.
Julian: No, actually it's gonna hurt like a motherfucker.
Germaine: It's not over Alex. There are many more of us. More than you can terminate.
Alex: But I've been doing a pretty damn good job of it.