Opening an airplane door in mid-flight is almost impossible due to built-in safety precautions while the plane is in flight.
Despite it being wildly inappropriate, Ames continues to wear her party dress, even though she wore more normal/unencumbering clothing on the plane ride from the States.
Ilsa: Mr. Guerrero, I'm rather stunned that you're here.
Guerrero: I'm not reading anything, I'm not signing anything. If this meeting takes more than five minutes, you and I got an issue. I got someone waiting in the car. In the trunk.
Chance: Did you come here to see me or because you're in trouble?
Maria: Because I'm in trouble. I always want to see you.
Maria: How come your name is Guerrero and you don't speak Spanish?
Guerrero: None of your business. I don't talk about my private life. Ever.
Maria: I didn't realize your name was so private.
Chance: Listen, I know you warned me.
Guerrero: We all have our blind spots, bro. There's this girl in Osaka. Enough said.
Guerrero: All right, I'll stay here and reach out to the Lopez brothers. Propose the trade.
Chance: You sure?
Guerrero: Yeah, I got a history with them. And I'm comfortable in the world of violently insane.
Winston: Promise me one thing. If this is it, if this is really the end... I get to use the rocket launcher.
Guerrero: Chance will think of something.
Diego Garcia: Well, I hope he's very clever.
Guerrero: More importantly, he's very crazy.
Maria: I need you to know this just in case things don't go according to plan.
Chance: Don't worry. Things never go according to plan.
Winston: What did you do?
Chance: We don't have enough oxygen to go back to San Francisco.
Winston: Are you crazy or something?!
Chance: I've been hearing that.
Winston: You know, just between us, you ought to admit one thing. Things have gotten a little out of hand.
Maria: I'm going to miss you, Chance.
Chance: Could've told you that.
Music: Beat the Devil's Tattoo (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club), Corazon (Federica Aubele), All That We Perceive (Thievery Corporation), History (Groove Armada)
Canada: January 5, 2011 on A
Germany: June 20, 2011 on ProSieben
UK: June 30, 2011 on Syfy
Czech Republic: March 30, 2013 on FANDA
Finland: April 1, 2013 on MTV3
Referencing the song "Maria" from the 1959 Rogers & Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music. Also known as "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?", the song concerns Sister Maria, who the other nuns dislike because she doesn't act like a "real" nun.