Riley: Is this what you meant when you said "trust you" Agent Gibbs?
Gibbs: Our office had nothing to do with that.
Riley: They are dragging Eric's name through the mud. It's exactly what I was afraid would happen.
Gibbs: Why don't we take this to the conference room.
Riley: No, no no. There's nothing to talk about. The damage is already done. I thought you were a man of honor. You got me. Hey but what's one dead gay sailor, right?
Tony: Mat. Missing a "t" there buddy. Like "doormat"?
Mat: I dropped the second "t" years ago. Life's not about conforming to society's phallic-centric norms. Homemade gluten-free cinammon scones?
Tony: No! Are you nuts? Never take cookies or movie advice from a hipster.
Meade: I'd watch your tone, Agent Gibbs. I don't think SecNav would appreciate NCIS treating an Admiral like a criminal.
Gibbs: Oh, we already talked to SecNav. How did she phrase it?
Hollis: Nail the son of a bitch.
Meade: For what?
Hollis: Killing Lieutenant Kutzler's first Medal of Honor nomination.
A leader looks after his men. He fights for them. That's who Lieutenant Kutzler was. You're a disgrace to that uniform, and I look forward to testifying at your court martial.Gibbs
Hollis: It's your fault Diane's dead. That's what you're thinking.
Gibbs: I'm not wrong.
Hollis: You didn't pull the trigger.
Gibbs: I put her in the cross-hairs. He wanted to make it personal. Still does. I'm figuring it out. But you being around me makes you a target. So that's why you're shutting me out?
Gibbs: I don't need you mixed up in this. I don't need you mixed up in me!
Hollis: It's not your call. I'll take my chances. I can handle myself. Hmm?
Gibbs: Copy that.
Spoiler alert, Heisenberg. It doesn't end well for you.Tony
Vance: We're going to get the bastard.
Gibbs: You checking up on me Leon? I'm fine.
Vance: Are you, Gibbs?
Gibbs: He had a chance to kill me and he didn't.
Vance: Cause he wants you to torture yourself like you're doing right now.
Gibbs: I'm not going to give him that satisfaction.
Bishop: So where do you go from here?
Goode: I know it sounds crazy but I would like to go back to Syria; back to the orphanage. There are so many children being helped there. But I know I can't go back until the country's stablized.
Hegarty: Disaffected young western males, here and in Europe are targeted by terrorist recruiters. Most are troubled kids, seeking redemption and violent action.
Vance: And they buy into jihad?
Hegarty: Media-savvy militants in Iraq and Syria post graphic photos and slip recruitment videos on Facebook and Twitter. Reach right into a kid's bedroom. Parents have no idea what's going on. This is Cleavon Smith, a former Detroit gang member, born again Muslim, who was known as Abu Hussein when he died last week on the killing fields of Syria's civil war.
Gibbs: Do we know how many Americans are fighting in Syria?
Hegarty: About a dozen. We can stop them from returning. It's the ones we don't know about that are the concern, like this Nasry you've uncovered.
Bishop: Sarah Goode is....incredible. I mean after everything she's been through she's handling it so well.
Ducky: And your concern is...?
Bishop: It's all going to hit her later.
Ducky: Well some people don't begin to experience the symptoms until later. It's called delayed onset post traumatic stress disorder. And it affects almost a quarter of PTSD cases.
Bishop: Sarah wants to go back to the orphanage in Syria.
Ducky: That would be a big mistake. It could trigger...
Bishop: A breakdown.
Tony: Hey. You haven't said a word to me since we left the office.
McGee: I've been trying to figure out what you're up to.
McGee: Yeah. You've been acting so, you know, nice. You haven't abused me in days.
Tony: If you would like me to abuse you, I will abuse you.
McGee: You're seeing someone.
Tony: Huh. I wish.
McGee: Oh please, come on. Dog lady was hitting on you like crazy, she's super cute and...
Tony: Twenty-two years old.
McGee: Since when has that ever stopped you?