Rupert Thorne: [to Two-Face] At last we meet face to face to face.
Harvey Dent: Chance, Grace. Chance is everything. Whether you're born or not, whether you live or die, whether you're good or bad. It's all arbitrary.
Grace Lamont: [Two-Face aims a gun at Thorne] Harvey, what are you doing?
Two-Face: Taking control of my life.
Batman: Let the law handle it.
Two-Face: The law? Here's the only law, the law of averages.
[holds up his coin]
Two-Face: The great equalizer.
[entering a bookie's to rob it]
Two-Face: Don't bother to adjust the picture! For the next five minutes, I'm in control!
Batman: I want to help you, Harvey.
Two-Face: Help me? You don't know anything about me!
Batman: I know that you have friends, Harvey. Friends who love and care about you
Harvey Dent: You knew there was something terribly wrong with me! You could have fixed me!
[He puts his face in his hands and looks up to reveal the scarring]
Two-Face: Now look at me!
Batman: I'm sorry, Harvey. I tried.
Two-Face: [the bridge he is standing begins to rock violently. He falls over the edge and screams as he falls toward lava] Why couldn't you save me?
Batman: [He runs over to try to save him] Harvey! No!
Thomas Wayne: [Thomas and Martha Wayne are standing underneath a streetlight] Why couldn't you save us, son?
Bruce Wayne: [Bruce wakes up]
Alfred Pennyworth: Remember, sir. Harvey Dent is no longer the great man we once knew.
Batman: I have to believe that somewhere under that monster is my old friend.
Alfred Pennyworth: That may make him even more dangerous.
Commissioner James Gordon: Poor Harvey. So filled with anger. Do you think there's any hope?
Batman: Where there's love, there's hope, Commissioner. But a little luck wouldn't hurt.