Oliver Queen: If I'd known about the long drop in, I would have brought some rappelling equipment.
Clark Kent: If I'd have known you'd ignore my warning to come here, I would have told you to bring it! I know what I'm doing! You should have trusted me.
Oliver Queen: You should have more faith in your friends, Clark. I came here to help you. Wherever the hell this is.
Tess Mercer: Lois... I don't want to give up on Clark either. I don't, but we have a responsibility. To not put the world at risk for selfish reasons, which is what you're doing by wanting to see him again.
Lois Lane: I will *not* let you sacrifice him.
Tess Mercer: Being with a hero means accepting that hero's sacrifices.
Lois Lane: That's where you're wrong. Being a hero's wife means never accepting defeat.
Clark Kent: What ever happened to take the time to merge our lives together? Finding the right place for everything?
Lois Lane: Oh, well, you know me. Waiting isn't exactly my strong suit. So I guess nervous energy equals power unpacking.
Clark Kent: What'd you do? Enlist John Jones and Bart?
Oliver Queen: Listen, about this zone, Clark - you know, when you said Jor-El built a prison, I kind of pictured something more confined than a national park.
Clark Kent: He built this place so Krypton's worst criminals could have some kind of life.
Oliver Queen: Sounds like a real sweetheart.
Zod: I know, it's a terrible feeling. So powerless when you know you've got such strength inside of you, with no way of unleashing it.
Clark Kent: Even without the yellow sun, I will find a way to defeat you.
Zod: You'll have to work twice as hard. Because when I arrived here, I met a very special acquaintance, someone you know, and someone that I'm very, very... fond of.
Clark Kent: Who?
Clark Kent: The original Zod's phantom.
Zod: Finally... back in the body that you stripped me of. Now I have the full knowledge of two lives, and you... you are my enemy in both.
Clark Kent: I defeated you in both.
Zod: Which is why it will give double the satisfaction to see you kneel... and serve... until you die.
Clark Kent: You have the console crystal. How?
Zod: We're blood brothers, Kal-El. Have you forgotten how you healed me with your blood on Earth?
Clark Kent: We're not brothers. I saved you because it was the right thing to do. We have nothing in common.
Zod: We're from the same world. Do you really think that having powers is the only thing that makes you Kryptonian? It's not. We share the same instincts. We're decisive... single-minded, headstrong. We were meant to be leaders.
Clark Kent: Leaders? You're a tyrant who believes only in himself.
Zod: Who else should I put my faith in? We both know that trusting others is a calculated risk, one a Kryptonian is not willing to take. Oh, we can easily fool those closest to us, can't we? But we can lean on no one. Do you remember that most famous story about two brothers from your adopted planet? You've got Cain and Abel. Which brother are you, Kal-El?
Clark Kent: Well, I'd never murder you. I saved you.
Zod: You exiled me. I'm in charge here. And you're about to find out what that means... brother.
Zod: At least here, you're on equal footing with Kal-El. Having to work alongside with someone with the powers of a god must be so demoralizing.
Oliver Queen: My ego's firmly intact, thank you very much.
Zod: I've seen what Darkseid is capable of.
Oliver Queen: What do you know?
Zod: After the Kandorians sent me here, a very powerful entity came looking for me. Darkseid promised me lordship of this dominion if I solved one problem for him.
Oliver Queen: Clark.
Zod: Darkseid has certain ambitions for your planet.
Oliver Queen: The thing is, we took care of that. We blocked him. Took out three of his three little minions, too.
Zod: Kal-El might delude himself as usual, that's how he's won, but there are millions - millions on Earth just waiting to surrender to the will of Darkseid, and you... friend, are one of them.
Tess Mercer: Your hunch was right. The constellation in the Veritas journal cross-translates with Carter's notes as the Bow of Orion and as associated with these coordinates in the Celtic Coast. Since we're going Dutch on supersonic jet fuel, do you mind telling me why you're suddenly interested in this treasure hunt?
Oliver Queen: It's not a treasure. It's, uh... It's Hawkman's quest. He saw this guy Orion use it the last time he used it to kick Darkseid's ass across the universe. But he never was able to locate the weapon that the hunter used to defeat him. My family's Veritas journals were the missing piece that Hawkman never had. Now we know where to look for the weapon, so... It's my job to go find it.
Tess Mercer: Oliver. Fighting Darkseid isn't your own personal quest. We're all in this together.
Oliver Queen: I just need you to trust me on this one, okay?
Tess Mercer: There's enough water under our collective bridge that if you need me not to ask questions... I can do that.