[Jane Doe sees Agent Weller stuffing the Uno Attack board game into his work locker]
Jane Doe: [Jane chuckles] Uno Attack? Sounds intense.
Kurt Weller: Yeah. Sawyer is the reigning champ in our house.
Jane Doe: Must be killing you that you're not the best at something.
Kurt Weller: Don't you worry. I'm gonna knock that kid off his throne tonight.
Sophia Varma: [Asst. FBI Deputy Director Mayfair has a flashback of her conversation with Sophia Varma] I need new passports. I need to secure a safe passage into another country. I need...
Bethany Mayfair: Money, you came back to me because you need money.
Sophia Varma: I love you, Bethany. But I had to run, and if you were smart, you would do the same.
Bethany Mayfair: I don't run.
[Oscar tells Jane Doe that she once trusted him more than anyone]
Oscar: [Oscar runs his hand through Jane's hair] I know it's hard for you to trust me. But there was a time when you trusted me more than anyone. I promise we'll get back there.
Jane Doe: I should go.
[Jane Doe asks how Agent Weller's dad is doing]
Jane Doe: How is he?
Kurt Weller: He's not great, really. The doctors think that he doesn't have much time.
Jane Doe: I'm sorry.
Kurt Weller: He's fighting a good fight, though. He's determined. Stubborn as hell. Always has been.
Jane Doe: Sounds a little like someone I know.
[Jane Doe tries to talk to Maya Ahmadi by sharing sketchbooks]
Jane Doe: I was lost once, too. I sat in this very room and I was all alone. I didn't know where I was or how I got here. All I wanted was to go home. I want you to know you can trust us. These people, they've been helping me. And they can help you, too.
Jane Doe: [Jane pulls out her own sketchbook] This is my sketchbook. I draw when I'm scared or when I'm happy, too. It helps me think. Do you want to have a look?
Jane Doe: [Maya looks through the sketchbook when Jane holds Maya's hand] I promise you'll be safe now. I won't let anything bad happen to you.
[Jane Doe talks to Agent Weller about being a good dad]
Jane Doe: I know he had his flaws but... it seemed like your dad did try... until everything happened.
Kurt Weller: He used to be my hero. I wanted to be just like him. Have a big yard. Lots of my own kids. Can't imagine a life like that now.
Jane Doe: Why not?
Kurt Weller: Come on. Raising kids? What we do? I don't think I could be the kind of dad I'd like to be.
Jane Doe: I think you'd make a great dad. For what it's worth.
[Maya Ahmadi flips through the radio stations in the car and leaves it on the country station]
Dr. Robert Borden: Country. Interesting choice. I'm more of a One Direction man myself.
[Dr. Borden talks to Agent Patterson after they arrive at the cottage house]
Dr. Robert Borden: Sorry about all the construction mess. It really is a never-ending process. I fix the plumbing then the heating goes out. I prepare the roof and the oven breaks. In the beginning, it was like a real-life version of the Oregon Trail with only slightly less dysentery. Do you - Do you know that game?
Patterson: [Patterson chuckles] Yeah. Uh, I - I can't believe that you know that game. Or that you like One Direction.
Dr. Robert Borden: [Borden smiles] That was a joke.
Patterson: Oh, oh, okay. Was it?
[when Patterson laughs]
[Agent Weller asks Jane Doe if Maya Ahmadi's eaten any of his cooking at the cottage]
Kurt Weller: Any luck?
Jane Doe: No, she won't even take a bite.
Kurt Weller: Come on, Maya. You got to be hungry.
Jane Doe: Maybe... she just doesn't like your cooking.
Kurt Weller: That's impossible. Everyone loves my cooking.
[Jane Doe comments that they can't feed Maya Ahmadi chocolate all weekend]
Jane Doe: [Maya eats Oreo cookies] Well, it's progress. But we can't just feed her chocolate all weekend.
Patterson: I mean... I do that sometimes.
[Dr. Borden and Agent Patterson watch over Maya Ahmadi]
Dr. Robert Borden: Well, apparently chocolate in any form is a hit. She seems to love that cocoa.
Patterson: I don't think we're gonna be winning parenting awards.
Dr. Robert Borden: Well, then we might as well go for broke. I've got some DVD's in this box over here.
Patterson: You have kids' movies here?
Dr. Robert Borden: Does the One Direction concert documentary count?
[Agent Patterson and Dr. Borden prepare to protect themselves at the cottage]
Patterson: Do you have a gun?
Dr. Robert Borden: No, I don't have anything that would qualify as a weapon.
Patterson: [Patterson looks at the pile of construction mess] Uh, I have my sidearm and a spare clip, and this is all looking promising. We could use some of this to kill someone.
Dr. Robert Borden: All right, I'll take that as a good thing.
[Agent Patterson apologizes to Dr. Borden for blowing up his cottage house]
Patterson: Sorry I blew up your house.
Dr. Robert Borden: It's all right. Now I've got an excuse to start from scratch.
Patterson: I'm pretty good at painting walls... once you have walls, I guess.
[Agent Zapata tells Agent Reade that she doesn't trust Asst. FBI Deputy Director Mayfair]
Edgar Reade: Mayfair is the one person who always has our backs, I don't know where you're getting your information from. Who put a bug in your ear?
Tasha Zapata: No one put a bug in my ear. I've trusted Mayfair my whole career and I worked my ass off to be on her team... but I'm starting to wonder if maybe I should've opened my eyes a long time ago.
Distorted Voice: [Asst. FBI Deputy Director Mayfair finds her girlfriend Alexandra dead on the floor, when she answers the ringing telephone] Stop looking into Tom Carter's disappearance or you're next.