Tom: Don't go.
Sloan: How are you feeling?
Tom: I'm a little sore
Sloan: Your shirt's soaked through, let me get you another one
Tom: How long have I been asleep?
Sloan: Almost a day
Tom: You saved my life. I'll never forget looking up, seeing you in that place.
Sloan: Neither will I. It was so dangerous for you to-, I just hope it was worth it. Did you get any of the answers you were looking for?
Tom: Some. I learned that wiping out my childhood memories was part of my training.
Sloan: Why would they do that?
Tom: So if something went wrong on one of my assignments I couldn't betray any secrets.
Sloan: Did you learn that from your mother?
Tom: How do you know about my mother?
Sloan: I met her. Would she have killed you?
(Tom sighs and doesn't respond)
Sloan: Here let me help you. Did you find out anything about the tattoo?
Tom: We didn't get that far.