Eliot: (to Nate) Living in your own head. The only conversation you have is with your own crew. That ain't right.
Hardison: Yeah, name one person you can have a conversation with who isn't on this team.
All: And don't say Maggie!
Hardison: I don't know if you've ever experienced this, but have you ever seen, like, a robot bleed out oil? It's so... emotional.
Sophie: Oh, come on. Your father had a poker game for 30 years. Police, criminals at the same table. This is good for you.
Nate: Yes, I want to be like my father. Good insight, Sophie.
Parker: She moved to Boston last year, so we've been doing brunch and other normal-people stuff.
Sophie: And we're very proud of you.
Parker: For having brunch? Well, it's not hard. There are forks.
Eliot: Look, I got my buddies that were in the service. Hell, even Hardison's got his little Internet friends. They're all elves and gnomes, but...
Hardison: They're orcs. They're orcs. You just don't listen.
Tara: I got so many lies, I have to store them on my phone.
Sophie: The lament of the grifter--who really knows us?
Sophie: How do we defuse it?
Tara: You're asking me?
Sophie: You were in the Army!
Tara: You stole paintings, that doesn't mean you know how to draw!
Canada: February 2, 2012 on Super Channel 2
UK: August 21, 2012 on FX
Turkey: December 5, 2012 on CNBC-e
Jeri Ryan is credited as Special Guest Star.
Tara: What are you, the Wardrobe Whisperer?
Referencing The Dog Whisperer, a TV show in which Cesar Millan goes to people's houses and helps them solve their dogs' behavioral problems.