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Sloane: I didn’t know how it would finally materialize: the darkness. I had nothing to base it on. It wasn’t as if the C.I.A. had just betrayed me, that my wife had just been diagnosed with lymphoma. None of that had happened yet. So, whenever life takes an unfortunate turn, as it has this week, I just remind myself that I could see it coming all along.

Sydney: I don’t want it to be like that anymore, I’m just sick of it. I mean, I always had this feeling that maybe someday, I don’t know, my dad and I would connect. That things could start to get better.
Francie: Well, you know my opinion of your dad.
Sydney: I know.
Francie: But listen. If you can find it in your heart to forgive him for being the kind of guy he’s been all your life, which I would find impossible and could never do, then you should make a real effort.

Sydney: It took me a second to realize what you were doing.
Jack Bristow: I was blinking as fast as I could.
Sydney: I know. I was like, “Hard on your light”?
Jack: Guard on your right.
Sydney: Well, I figured it out. I was just never very good at Morse code.

Sydney: Are you insane? Calling me in here for a social event? SD-6 has a division whose sole responsibility it is to track their agents and report back suspect activity. “Your girl” is risking her life, and you yours, every time we lay eyes on each other. So, do me a favor: don’t be so friendly.
Lambert: I just love your spirit.
Sydney: That’s heartening. Are we done here?

Sydney: There’s something that happens when you discover the truth about someone. I know a little about this. The truth changes everything.