Hardison: (hugging Eliot) I was just so damn cold.
Eliot: I don't care, man.
Hardison: Please set me on fire or something. I'm all shivering, and I think one of my nipples fell off, 'cause the sensation...
Eliot: Man, don't tell me stuff like that!
Eliot: (to Nate) You're very good at what you do, but you can't con a mountain.
Nate: Okay, Parker, listen, you can climb a mountain, right?
Parker: I climb skyscrapers. You can walk up a mountain.
Eliot: It's not the same. Are there avalanches on skyscrapers?
Parker: No. But that would be so cool.
Sophie: Just how dangerous is this gig you took without checking with us first?
Nate: Yeah, eh...
Hardison: Ridiculously dangerous. It's like a danger cupcake with murder icing.
Eliot: 'Cause I got a footprint. Russian. Spetsnaz.
Eliot: It's a very distinctive footprint.
Karen: He never got to say goodbye. And that isn't fair.
Nate: It's never fair. Listen to me. I know. I lost someone. You don't get "fair." You don't get closure or goodbye. So you take the anger. I've learned that the anger feels pretty good. Better than the grief. But I know that the anger's something that gets me up, gets me going in the morning. But you know, you have to be a little bit careful, because if you let yourself be driven by the anger, it will blind you and you'll get into trouble over and over again just so you can feel. Just so you can... beat something.
Karen: What happens then?
Nate: Well, eventually you run into something that your anger can't beat.
Karen: Like a mountain?
Nate: You realize that... that your luck has run out. And it's a long way down.
Eliot: Hey. It's a good thing it was us.
Parker: Because we'd leave him.
Eliot: Because they would've kept trying and they would've froze to death right next to him. Especially Hardison. So it was a good thing it was us. The two of us--we do things they can't... won't.
Parker: Does that make us bad?
Eliot: It makes us... us. Now, you can take that as a gift... or you can take it as a curse. And that's up to you.
Nate: Now, let me get this straight. When I said--when I said "simple stall," you heard... "multinational, high-finance feeding frenzy," right?
Sophie: Tomahto, tomato.
Parker: You realize this isn't going to be normal, right?
Hardison: You know, my Nana used to say that what's normal is whatever works for you. We all work okay.
Parker: I should meet your Nana.
Hardison: Yeah, you should. She's ni... no. Wait. What?
Canada: November 24, 2011 on Super Channel 2
UK: May 29, 2012 on FX
Turkey: September 12, 2012 on CNBC-e