Richard Heller: This is BEYOND BELIEF. I CANNOT BE BACK HERE.
(Richard scrambling as he's being dragged into CTU)
Gary: You gotta be joking. One of us is going to get caught to save the other.
Mandy: Exactly. It's gonna be you.
Richard: So now you know. I suppose you're even more disgusted with me, huh, dad?
Heller: This is not about how you choose to live your life, son. This is about how you put this country in jeopardy. If you had told us this information yesterday, maybe these terrorist attacks would not have occurred.
Richard: Go to hell. I didn't do anything wrong. I don't have to tell you anything.
Heller: There is a nuclear warhead gonna detonate somewhere over this country. Those lost lives will be on your head. You will be a murderer!
Jack: The last thing I ever wanted to do was push you away from me. God, Audrey, I love you, but this is how the job has to be done.
Michelle: Tony, wait. I... I can't... I can't spend another day without you. I'm ready to leave here. I'm ready to go with you.
Don Ashton: Mr. Palmer, I'm sure that we all appreciate your desire to help, but the Constitution has determined who the decision makers should be at this time. I think you're overstepping your bounds.
Palmer: In the first place, it's "Mr. President," Don. And it is the content of my statements you should be addressing.
Tony: People start over every day, if it's important to them.
Tony: It's funny, this morning Jack and Audrey were planning their future. Now he's responsible for her husband's death, and he may have to torture her brother.
Michelle: And yet, every move he's made has been the right one.
Tony: Not if he wanted to be with her.
Marwan: Your president sees me in only one dimension - evil.
Jack: As you see us.
Marwan: Yes. And vulnerable.
Mia Kirshner is uncredited in this episode.
Mia Kirshner once again broke her own record of longest break between appearances. Her last appearance was episode 48, the second season finale. She re-appears in this episode, 46 episodes later, breaking her previous record of 45 episodes. Both appearances were uncredited. Her record was then smashed by Eric Balfour in season 6.
This episode was followed by the final webcast of 24Inside for the season, featuring Arnold Vosloo (Habib Marwan).
When Don Ashton is talking to Mike Novick about Palmer being involved in the situtation, he says that he's glad that President Logan is in "good hands". Dennis Haysbert, who plays David Palmer, is also the spokesman for Allstate Insurance, whose slogan is "You're in good hands with Allstate."