Michael Vaughn: We're not gonna make it out of here. There's something I need you to know.
Sydney Bristow: Vaughn...
Michael Vaughn: In my life, there's only one person...
Sydney Bristow: Don't do this.
Michael Vaughn: Look at me.
Sydney Bristow: Vaughn...
Michael Vaughn: The only reason I pushed you away...
Sydney Bristow: Please...
Michael Vaughn: The only reason I didn't know how to be around you...
Sydney Bristow: They're coming.
Michael Vaughn: Sydney...
Sydney Bristow: I know, Vaughn. I know. We'll find each other. We always find each other.
[Katya kisses Jack]
Katya Derevko: That was from Irina.
[Katya plants a hot and heavy kiss on Jack]
Jack: And *who* was that from?
Katya Derevko: You ask too many questions.
Julian Sark: If I may ask, who is our source of intel at the CIA? And how do we know he's reliable?
Mr. Zisman: Mr. Sark, do not burden yourself with unnecessary details.
Sydney Bristow: [to Vaughn] Have I offended you in some way, like showing up and disrupting the perfect little life you had?
Sydney Bristow: I've done everything I can to try to make this ridiculous situation work. You, me and Lauren working in the same office...
Michael Vaughn: Yeah, and I have tried to walk around with this fake smile on my face, pretending everything was fine, just the way it used to be. That's not working for me anymore.
Sydney Bristow: This is it. When we get back, one of us has to go.
Marcus Dixon: I have just been informed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff that we've been ordered to stand down. Given our tenuous relations with North Korea, their official position on Sydney and Vaughn is to disavow. Unofficially, I say, "Screw 'em."
Jack Bristow: Do you mind if I ask who you are?
Katya Derevko: What you should ask is what I'll need you to do in return for my assistance.
Jack Bristow: I was going to get to that.
Sydney Bristow: I slept with Will.
Michael Vaughn: What?
Sydney Bristow: In Warsaw... we got drunk, and we slept together.
Michael Vaughn: How am I suppose to react to that?
Sydney Bristow: However you want to.
Michael Vaughn: [to Sydney] Bad enough being a fugitive in North Korea. Now I have to find out that you slept with Will?
Julian Sark: [posing like a CIA's agent] Well I assure you, the United States will be happy to have you.
Leonid Lisenker: Yes. The Covenant must be stopped. What they are planning... keeps me awake at night.
Jack Bristow: Tell me, which of Irina's sisters are you? Elena or Ekatarina?
Katya Derevko: I haven't been Ekatarina since I was a child. My sisters call me Katya. Which means Irina wasn't the one who told you about me.
Jack Bristow: Learning that your wife is actually a Russian spy drives you to learn all you can about her true identity.
Katya Derevko: As observant as you are, you were married to my sister for five years without suspecting who she really was: her love must have been intoxicating.
Arvin Sloane: I remember years ago, I was working at SD-6. I was on my way to a meeting in Berlin. It was a typical day... except K-Directorate made an attempt on my life. As I opened my car door, a sniper shot came out of nowhere. The bullet grazed my neck. Actually left a burn mark... You never forget what that feels like... to barely escape with your life.
Jack Bristow: I have a plane waiting.
Arvin Sloane: Then you should go.
Jack Bristow: You warned him, didn't you? Sloane. Whatever trust I'd established with him over the past few months has been compromised. What I can't figure out is, how will this play to Irina's advantage? Or your own?
Katya Derevko: One day when you least expect it, Irina's intentions will present themselves to you. And when that day comes, I promise you - it will be unmistakable.