Lewis: I was a surgeon.
Erica: That's amazing! Carol and I, we're pregnant.
Lewis: No no no, for trees. A tree surgeon.

Carol Pilbasian: Have you learned your lesson about not using firearms?
Melissa Scharte: Yes, yes.
Carol Pilbasian: Firearms are not the answer. I stand by that.

Pat Brown: Do you like hair?
Gail Klosterman: What?
Pat Brown: Hair. Do you like it? On guys?

It took me a while to figure out Tandy wasn't a dangerous lunatic but in fact, the man of my dreams.

Carol Pilbasian

Alex: You know, sometimes I wish we said no, to the mission, to all of this.
Ryan: There was no mission, Alex. We were chasing ghosts.
Alex: They weren't ghosts, Ryan. They were just smarter than us.

Alex: I just saw a dead man.
Shelby: What man, and what makes you think that he's dead?
Alex: Because I'm the one who killed him.

Are you kidding me? This is your undercover assignment? Spy on me, again?


Miranda: The FBI and the CIA used to be able to do whatever they wanted in the name of national security, but over the years, laws have been passed, rightfully, to keep us from crossing the line.
Matthew Keyes: We believe that some people in the agency decided that they are done with these laws. They want the old ways restored - no accountability, no rules, no oversight. Whoever this rogue group is, they have been growing within the CIA for years with their own nefarious agenda, and we need to stop them.

Jeremy: And you are?
Lydia: Not a fan of yet another male action hero with a long suffering wife who prays he makes it through his next mission.

It's like a CrossFit leaderboard in here.


The NSA and FBI want to make sure you have no secrets. We here at the Farm need to know that you can keep them.

Owen Hall

After everything that happened last year, the world called me a hero. I never felt like one. I missed the signs, made mistakes, friends died - my best friend died, actually - so while the world may call me great, all I feel is guilty. So I'm here to actually become the hero the world already thinks I am.