Penelope Garcia: Your friendly neighborhood oracle of all things knowable and unknowable at your service.
Emily Prentiss: [closing quote, voiceover] "Happy families are all alike. Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." - Leo Tolstoy.
Emily Prentiss: An old Russian proverb reminds us; There can be no good without evil.
Jason Gideon: Twenty-three years in prison in the Ural Mountains... doesn't breed a compassionate friend.
Lysowsky: You think you know Russian prison life?
Jason Gideon: I know human behavior.
Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss: Are you enjoying your assignment with the BAU?
Emily Prentiss: Well, "enjoying" is an odd description
Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss: Is it?
Emily Prentiss: Well, we, uhm, deal with some pretty horrible things
Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss: I though that's where you wanted to be?
Emily Prentiss: I did, definitely
Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss: Then you do enjoy it!
Emily Prentiss: All I am saying is that "enjoy" feels wrong
Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss: Right!
Derek Morgan: In America, they can only hurt you if you don't ask for help.
Natalya Chernus: Is that really true?
Derek Morgan: Most of the time.
Penelope Garcia: He served 23 years in 4 remote prisons in Perm. That's a remote region of the northern Ural Mountains for those of you playing the home game.
Jason Gideon: We need to talk, Arseny!
Lysowsky: We're on the first name basis? I still don't even know who you are!
Penelope Garcia: It's breadcrumbs
Emily Prentiss: I'm sorry
Penelope Garcia: It's set of address strings and passwords, a path! See? I am jumping from site to site, country to country and each time I get a cursor I put in the next address and password. It's the equivalent of breadcrumbs to Hansel and Gretel!