David Neal: Well, that was a smooth operation.
Lt. Harrelson: Thank you.
David Neal: I appreciate it, even though I could have got myself killed.
Lt. Harrelson: That's real appreciation. It's tough duty, on undercover work.
David Neal: Being a cop, they never promised us a rose garden.
Lt. Harrelson: Four years on one assignment; that's got to be some kind of record.
David Neal: And worth every minute of it.
Lt. Harrelson: If Alexander Vincent is convicted.
David Neal: He will be. We've put in too many years, biding our time. Me moving up the syndicate, level by level, till I finally got the goods on the big man that'll put him away.
Lt. Harrelson: You know, when they find out about you, there's going to be a price on your head that contract killers dream about.
David Neal: Yeah, I know about that. It was one of the first things we discussed when I took on the assignment, what happens when it's all over.
Lt. Harrelson: What does happen?
David Neal: David Neal drops out of sight, ceases to exist.
Lt. Harrelson: New identity.
David Neal: A new identity. A whole new life, somewhere, someplace.