Hank: Look at the two of us. You with the badge, me in the court room, both trying to find justice, ey?
Booth: That's why we fought, right?
Hank: That's what they told us.
Booth: What, you don't believe it?
Hank: Sure I do. You don't look like you do. You're not gambling again, are you?
Booth: Nah, man. No, I've been good. I've been going to my meetings, haven't even played a game of monopoly. Listen, Hank, this case, Charles Kent? It's a friendly fire.
Booth: Yeah, covered up. Two other members of the squad are dead, one murdered. You know, whatever went down must have been pretty ugly. (thoughtful and hesitant) You know, Hank, what, you know, what we did?
Hank: Don't go there, Booth.
Booth: Was it worth it? I mean, look at you.
Hank: You saved my life! I got a great family because of you.
Booth: Yeah, but I mean, why was it always a secret?
Hank: We were given a choice. They always gave us a choice.
Booth: Yeah, but that last time...
Hank: Well, you knew what was at stake.
Hank: You never talked to anybody about it? (Booth shakes his head) You've got to. How about your girlfriend? That doctor.
Booth: No, she's, you know, she's just my partner. You know, I got work, I should go.