Anne-Marie San: [after fist fight with big thug] Are you all right?
Tommy McConnel: Aye. Just wearing him out, you know.
Anne-Marie San: "Shoot him, shoot him!" It was pretty high-pitched for someone who's wearing him out.
Carl Hickman: [to unconscious Shari] Everything, every woman I ever get close to - gets hurt. Please get better. Get better and forgive me.
Michel Dorn: A sex scandal in a Parisian police unit doesn't usually raise an eyebrow.
Dominique Claire: When Commissaire Laveaux took over, he thought everything came with the job.
Michel Dorn: Everything?
Dominique Claire: Including me. I stabbed his hand with a letter opener the first time he reached for me.
Michel Dorn: So. The affair that you had was with the *former* Commissaire...
Phillip Genovese: [mocking her as she writes some notes] "Dear diary. Today, I saw my first real bad guy." No offense, but you're a detective from North Holland, right? Big day is having some farmer get overly friendly with his barnyard companions, right? Meeting me, that's gotta be a pretty big trip for you, huh, beautiful?
Arabela Seeger: Ever stepped on a piece of dog crap? Walking in the park or something? At the time, it seems like a really big deal. What am I going to do? I have dog crap on my shoe. How terrible. But then you wash it away, and an hour later, you've forgotten it even happened. I feel like you're going to be that for me. You seem like a really big deal now, but when you're convicted and back in America, you'll be the piece of dog crap I once washed off the bottom of my shoe.
Alexander Dimitrov: Michel Lechnya Dorn. Sit with me.
Michel Dorn: Not if I am surrounded.
Alexander Dimitrov: You're worried about a pistol? I could have had this entire place incinerated the moment I knew you were here.
Michel Dorn: The difference between us is you didn't.
Alexander Dimitrov: The only reason I didn't is because you and I have something to deal with first. Even so, there are a great many other differences between us.
Carl Hickman: [answering his phone] Hickman...
Phillip Genovese: Hey, garbage boy. Guess who's out of the hospital. I can't wait for round two.
Michel Dorn: I've spent my entire life tracking and capturing war criminals. Despots, tyrants, some of the worst mass murderers in the history of mankind. Men who have not dozens, but thousands of victims on their ledger sheets. Hundreds of thousands. Men who are steeped in the greatest agonies one can imagine. Rebecca knows. Louis knows. They must know. Dimitrov must know. That regardless of what it means for them, for me, I can never allow one of them to be set free. I can't. I won't. Never.