The Americans Season 6 Episode 3: "Urban Transport Planning" Quotes
Paige: What happened, Mom?
Elizabeth: What happened?! What happened is that you left your position and ran straight into the middle of the ... [phone rings]
Philip: I told her she'd have you to talk to.
Elizabeth: What do you think I was just doing?
Elizabeth: No matter how risky it is, it's OK.
Paige: What do you mean it's OK?
Elizabeth: That no matter what happens to me that if I'm fighting for something that important...
Paige: You don't care if you die?
Elizabeth: Well, of course I do. But I'm not afraid.
You can't live your life being afraid, Paige. You wouldn't do anything. You want to make a difference, you make a difference.Elizabeth
Elizabeth: We cook, Claudia, Paige, and me. We watch old movies and listen to movies and talk. It feels... and then I walk out of there and it just hits me in the face. Here.
Elizabeth: I hate it, Philip.
Philip: Honestly, the way things are going, I think in a couple of years, we'll have Stan over here for Zharkoye.
Elizabeth: What are you talking about?
Philip: Things are changing back home, opening up, and it's not just politics, it's, it's young people, it's music, it's different. I mean, they're talking about opening a Pizza Hut in Moscow. You see the papers.
Elizabeth: What? The Washington Post? You know, all this talk, Perestroika and Glasnost. The Americans, they eat it up. They want us to be just like them. I don't want to be like them! And neither do the people back home!
Philip: You haven't talked to anyone back home in over 20 years.
Elizabeth: Neither have you.