Helena Ayala: Who was on the phone?
Carlos Ayala: Oh that was Arnie. He won't be able to make it to the barbeque.

Robert Wakefield: What are your policies towards treatment of addiction?
General Salazar: Treatment of addiction? Addicts treat themselves. They overdose and then there's one less to worry about.

[to Francisco Flores] They say in Latin, "In vino veritas." Wine tells the truth. Use this to write down the addresses of those bastards who killed my captains. And not where they were last week, but where they are now, where they are this minute, and better yet, where they are going to be tomorrow. You know where they are going to be tomorrow, right?

General Salazar

I'm on the board of my son's school, I have fundraisers for adult literacy at my own home. I think I have a right to know if my husband is a legitimate business man.

Helena Ayala

My name is Robert. And my wife, Barbara and I are here to support our daughter Caroline. And we're here to listen.

Robert Wakefield

Fuck you. I wasn't doing anything. You're like the Gestapo.

Caroline Wakefield

Montel Gordon: I lost my virginity when I was 16 on a beach just like that.
Ray Castro: Cool, man. He treat you good?

On the good days, I feel like I get it, like it all makes sense. I can stay in the moment, I don't have to control everything in the future, and I believe everything is gonna work out fine. On the bad days I just want to grab the phone and start dialing numbers. I want to pull my hair and run through the streets screaming. But thanks to the people I've met in these rooms, like Margaret and Jim and Sarah, I'm pretty sure I'm gonna make it through today.

Caroline Wakefield

DEA Agent: Javier, you should feel good about this.
Javier Rodriguez: I feel like a traitor.

[to Wakefield] There are a lot of interests in this town. FBI, CIA, DEA, ATF, IRS. Right now they're scared of you.

Chief of Staff

You worry about getting me what I want, I'll worry about myself.

Javier Rodriquez

What's Washington like? Well, its like Calcutta, surrounded by beggars. The only difference is the beggars in Washington wear $1,500 suits and they don't say please or thank you.

Robert Wakefield

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