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I’m tired of secrets. So I’m glad we’re here, I need to root out all the secrets.Coulson
Coulson: Alright what’s up?
May: You tell me?
Coulson: You’re talking, more than ever.
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Ward: It’s strategic.
Simmons: It’s adorable.
Skye: The Tin Man has a heart after all.
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Skye: Wow, look at them, the popular kids. Who knew?
Ward: I did.
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Skye: Are you Ok? I heard what you were saying back there.
Coulson: It wasn't real. They were just messing with my head.
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Coulson: I heard what you did for me. I think it’s time that we remove this. [speaks to bracelet] Disengage bracelet.
Skye: Are you kidding me?
Coulson: I though you like that.
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Ward: You let her get tossed.
May: All I did was tell Hand the truth. Skye is no use to us on this plane.
Ward: How can you say that?
May: She’s not. Not with all these agents here, over her shoulder monitoring her every move.
Ward: You wanted her off the plane.
May: Outside the system, that’s how Skye works best. You don’t have to assume the worst in me.
Coulson: What is it with the flowers?
Raina: Who doesn't like flowers? I'm glad you noticed.
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Simmons: We have something for you.
Skye: Is it a sandwich?
Simmons: Yes. it. is. that.
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Melinda: You taking a punch for me. I don’t need your protection.
Ward: You think I don’t know that. I took that punch because you’re faster than me. You can do more good on your feet. It was tactical not personal.
Melinda: My mistake.
Ward: I’m not some recruit who can’t separate church from state. I’m on the same page as you. So don’t flatter yourself.
Coulson: They couldn’t have a psychic. They’re not on the index. They’re a myth.
Skye: So is Thor.
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Ward: She wasn’t level 7 sir?
Coulson: She was a cellist, second chair. Portland Symphony; saw her play whenever I was in town. Ever see a beautiful woman play the cello?
Coulson: It’s something else.
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