Jack Bristow: What you need to do is find a way to accept what's happened. If you can deal with Arvin Sloane...
Sydney Bristow: I love that you knew that. That you approved it.
Jack Bristow: It may be hard for you to accept that your father doesn't have the authority to...
Sydney Bristow: No, what's hard to accept are the decisions you do make. What's hard is looking at you. Walking past you. Smelling that sickening cologne. And what's hard is being your daughter and not being able to separate myself as far as I may get from the person I despise the most.
Marshall Flinkman: The only guy we have left is Sark and that's only because he's in custody. I hate that guy, I mean, really, kinda scares... although I did go visit him... twice... just to see a familiar face. We had eggs.
Eric Weiss: Don't do that.
Marshall Flinkman: [to Dixon] How cool is this? Stealing a sword so we can fight a bad guy, you know, in order to catch an even bigger bad guy, come on come on you would have never let us do this back in the CIA, you know, when you were double breasted serious robot Dixon, you...I mean, not that you...you were just...authoritative...I'm sorry.
Marshall Flinkman: [to Sydney] Okay, Phoenix, you are hot... and I mean that in many ways.
Jack Bristow: Sydney, get in. Get in now... you can be stubborn later.
Arvin Sloane: You didn't tell her, did you? The truth?
Jack Bristow: I told her that I was responsible for the death of her mother.
Arvin Sloane: Did you tell her everything?
Jack Bristow: She's better off not knowing everything.
Jack Bristow: I'll make you a deal; you cooperate with us... That's it.
Large Russian: You don't frighten me.
Jack Bristow: Then, clearly you're an idiot.
Jack Bristow: [Jack and Sydney sit in total silence waiting for a contact] This is the best conversation we've had in weeks.
Jack Bristow: If she were apprised of the situation, she might help.
Michael Vaughn: I'll make her help; where is she?
Kazu Tamazaki: Before you leave this room, you will tell me why.
Sydney Bristow: I might. I'm relatively open-minded.
Kazu Tamazaki: You wouldn't be here if you didn't know about the contract.
Sydney Bristow: What contract?
Kazu Tamazaki: The contract that I had on your life.
Kazu Tamazaki: The day before the job, my client was killed. Most unfortunate. For me.
Sydney Bristow: You were hired to kill me? Who hired you?
Kazu Tamazaki: Sydney... Assassin/Client privilege.
Sydney Bristow: I don't know anything about this.
Kazu Tamazaki: Somehow... I believe you. I guess this was just one of those coincidences.
Sydney Bristow: Guess I can just sell you the sword and go home.
Kazu Tamazaki: I'll just take the sword. How's that?
Eric Weiss: [Sydney and Weiss are at Sydney's house] I just... I just don't see it, you're working in a bank? What kind of a job is that? Cashing checks, making change, "excuse me, next in line please".
Sydney Bristow: I'm a loans officer, I travel, service accounts.
Eric Weiss: Wait a minute, that cover job you had for SD-6?
Sydney Bristow: I happen to be good at it.
Eric Weiss: Great! That's stimulating stuff, watching over someone else's money, Syd come on seriously since you left the spy business you're a bore!
Sydney Bristow: It's an adjustment it's all... are you sure you don't want to stay for dinner?
Eric Weiss: I'd love to, but I've got to go save the world, see you.
Sydney Bristow: Bye.
[Weiss goes to the door and opens it, Nadia is standing there]
Eric Weiss: Hello.
Nadia Santos: Hi.
Eric Weiss: I'm Eric Weiss, 38, single...
Nadia Santos: Nadia.
Eric Weiss: How are you?
Nadia Santos: Good
[turns to Sydney]
Nadia Santos: Is this a bad time?
Sydney Bristow: Not at all Nadia, this is Eric he was just leaving.
Eric Weiss: No, I can stay...
[Sydney waves Weiss good bye]
Eric Weiss: or go, nice to meet you.
Nadia Santos: I was hoping we could talk about our mother.
Sydney Bristow: Did you bring your passport?
Nadia Santos: And you have no idea who was responsible? Who killed her?
Sydney Bristow: [after a pause] No.
Nadia Santos: I swear... somehow I will find out who did this to our mother, and I will kill him.
Marshall Flinkman: Syd...Sloane is here.
Sydney Bristow: We know.
Marshall Flinkman: OK.
Marshall Flinkman: We're back.
Jack Bristow: You went to see Nadia. Did you tell her what you know?
Sydney Bristow: I guess I thought that maybe you'd come here, I don't know to give me something. Information... Something that would help make sense of what I was afraid you'd become, but there's nothing you could say. Of course you were only looking out for yourself.
Sydney Bristow: Is that what you think of me as an operative? That I would reveal your secret to that poor girl?
[Vaughn walks in the door]
Sydney Bristow: I didn't tell Nadia a thing.
Michael Vaughn: What's going on?
Sydney Bristow: It was Lauren who told me.
Michael Vaughn: What?
Sydney Bristow: Told me where to look. Safety deposit box in Wittenberg.
[Vaughn moves to the bed to sit next to Sydney]
Sydney Bristow: How she knew, I don't know. I wasn't even going to go, I had no reason to believe anything that woman said. But the curiosity was just too strong.
Sydney Bristow: I got there. Inside the box, there was a file. Classified; highest level. My heart was pounding, like I knew somehow before I knew.
Michael Vaughn: What was it?
Sydney Bristow: Evidence. Evidence that my mother had been a security risk; which wasn't really news. It mentioned her history with the KGB... Everything we knew. Then there was a page, an official request made by my father asking for the authority to execute Irina Derevko. A request that was granted; and he did it.
[Sydney stops attempting not to cry]
Sydney Bristow: He killed her.
[Vaughn takes Sydney's shoulder and brings her into his lap]
Sydney Bristow: He killed my mother... He did it Vaughn... He killed her... He killed my mother...