Abby: I believe in magic, prayer and logic equally. Is that childish?
Honeycutt: No, it's impossible.
Abby: So is what you're saying.
McGee: Do you mind if I ask you - how long did it take you to get used to it?
Fred Linn: You don't. You just choose to move on.
Bishop: You were a sniper. How did you do it?
Gibbs: Pull the trigger.
Bishop: Right. But what did you think about while you were taking aim?
Gibbs: Smoke-checking the target, Bishop
Delilah: Since you're all here, I would like to thank you for taking out that evil coward bastard Benham Parsa.
Tony: You know, that was actually the name on the death certificate?
Delilah: Boys sent you up to wait for word, huh? Rookie hazing?
Bishop: Two hot chicks - they probably figured we'd get faster results.
Delilah: And I'm in a wheelchair. Double points!
Bishop: Bruised ribs. Can't breathe. Part of the job.
Gibbs: No it isn't. But the paperwork is.
Delilah: Agent Gibbs, do you mind if Tim gives me a ride home?
Gibbs: No. Make him take you to breakfast first.
Parsa: It's been a long time, Eleanor. I've thought about you.
Bishop: You should have stopped by the office. Said hello.
T.S. Eliot was wrong. February is the cruelest month.Marlens
Bishop: FBI, CIA, NSA - they'd all refer you to me. I am the Parsa expert.
Vance: Just how long has NSA had you on him?
Bishop: Six years, director.
Gibbs: Excuse me?
Gibbs: I don't like people lying to me.
Bishop: I didn't lie. You never specifically asked me my connection to the Parsa case.
My situation, Bishop, is I don't work with people I can't trust.Gibbs