D.B.: See, I know what you've done. You've used the entire national security apparatus, all of their technology, to cover up an affair.
General Lansdale: You don't know what I've done. And even if you did, you wouldn't understand. You're not a soldier, a patriot. You are just another child of the '60s who cloaks himself in principle, while our enemies plot to bring chaos to our streets. Well, I am not gonna let that happen. And I will stop anybody who gets in my way.
D.B.: You know, my-my hippie parents might not have taught me a lot, but they did teach me about patience. I may not be able to prove anything today, but you have involved way too many people here, General. And someday, there's gonna be another Joseph Powers, another person of conscience, and when they step up, oh, I'm going to be right there, waiting patiently for you. You're dismissed, General.
Agent Sturgis: I don't know if you're protecting Merchiston because you've fallen for him or his politics, or maybe he's just a great lay. Honestly, I don't care. Whatever pillow talk you two shared, you are gonna give it up. At the risk of sounding like your British boy toy we could go all night.
Finn: You know what, Agent?
Brass: Go screw yourself! That's what you wanted to say, right? Finlay, I advise you not to say another word.
Agent Sturgis: You're here as an observer, Captain.
Brass: This is my house, these are my people. And if you don't start acting nice, I'm gonna kick your FBI ass right out of here.