During Eliot's fight scene with the Butcher of Kiev, the Butcher says the same two lines he said during the flashback of their first fight together: "I kill you!" and "It burns!"
Hardison: Oh, and then there's the FBI parked around the corner. Parker: FBI? Where?
Hardison: See that crappy van that says plumber?
Sophie: Did you say plumber? That's their cover? Ho-ho, that is so cute. It's like it's 1978 all over again.
Nate: Can you break the codes?
Hardison: Code? The... the codes to the Cayman Bank & Trust where the Calle cartel and the African dictators keep all there dirty money. The ones that Moscone changes any time he damn well pleases? Like it's... come on, dude, are you kidding me?
Nate: You know, you're very negative lately.
Nate: And the sass, it doesn't help.
Eliot: What? You think the only thing I know how to do is bust heads?
Nate: No... well, yeah.
Eliot: Look, hold a knife like this, cuts through an onion. Hold a knife like this, cuts through, like, eight Yakuza in four seconds. Screams, carnage... people are like knives. Everything's in context.
Hardison: No way in hell I could ever imagine getting married. I mean, it's just, it's a piece of paper. I take it you've never been married.
Hardison: Ever come close?
Hardison: What was her name?
Eliot: There was a girl I grew up with, but, anyway, she married someone else.
Hardison: Hot damn, what did you do?
Eliot: What did I do? I liberated Croatia.
Hardison: Now see, me, I would've just got fat, started up a comic book shop. That's you and me, wrapped up.
Hardison: How'd you get away from Sergei in the screening room?
Parker: (smiling quite proud of her idea) I pretended I was drunk and that we were meeting down there to have sex.
Nate: (posing as a priest performing the wedding) I mean, what is marriage? Is it, is it running around rooftops in Paris? I don't think so. No, it's pushing a cart around the Home Depot. We're good, we're good, pal. It's pushing a cart around Home Depot. That's what it is. It's hard work. Hard, hard, hard, hard work, people.
Nate: (sarcastically) Yeah okay, yeah. Let's go rob Nicky Moscone. A guy who kills people and lives in our city. Yeah, let's do that.
Hardison: Stay strong, brother.
McSweeten: I will.
Hardison: A shakeup is coming.
McSweeten: Long overdue.
Hardison: You... (points two fingers at his own eyes, then to the FBI agent's eyes)
McSweeten: (copies gesture) I'll watch for you, too.
Hardison: I'm the coffee, you the cream.
Nate: Typical mob McMansion. They've got the hideous gate, infinity pool, statues everywhere.
Maid of Honor: You don't think it makes me look fat?
Parker: Oh, definitely. I mean, why do you think I had to let out the waist? To make you look less skinny?
Eliot: Hardison, how am I supposed to get out of the FBI offices with a box full of surveillance tapes, huh?
Hardison: Punch somebody!
Eliot: Oh, I'm gonna punch somebody.
Nate: (referring to stealing the FBI tapes of Moscone's manor) We can't get our surveillance our usual way, we'll just have to borrow someone else's.
Sophie: I'm staying.
Nate: I'm sorry, you're what?
Sophie: I'm staying.
Nate: You're staying? Sophie. Sophie, it's the Butcher of Kiev.
Alec: Have you ever been to Kiev? The cake-maker of Kiev could whoop all our asses. This is the Butcher!
Nate: You just kill a guy with an appetizer?
Eliot: I don't know. Maybe.
Turkey: October 25, 2009 on CNBC-e
Germany: September 20, 2010 on RTL Crime
Czech Republic: February 9, 2011 on Prima COOL
Slovakia: April 30, 2012 on JOJ Plus
Parker: Sorry, Emeril.
Parker is referencing celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. After Parker leaves, Eliot also impersonates Emeril by doing the chef's famous "Bam".
Nate: Give and it shall be given to you, for whatever measure you deal to others it will be dealt to you in return. People who break their promises get what's coming to them, Mr. Mosconi.
This quote alludes to The New Testament of the Bible, Luke 6:3 which is "Give and it shall be given to you..."
Heather: You're no Mary Poppins--you're a...
Heather calls Sophie "Mary Poppins," a sweet, fictional British nanny who relies on a bit of magic in her work to make things turn out all right in the end.