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Quotes from the TV series Alias

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Let's take things one step at a time. This is a charge of C4. I can tell because there's "C4" written all over it.
Vaughn
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Rachel: What happened?
Sark: I overestimated my friendship with Masari. He assumed I was betraying him and took the money and left.
Rachel: Oh. So then he knows you pretty well.

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Dixon: (As a DJ): ARE YOU READY TO PARTY? (over radio) Sydney, are you ready to go?
Sydney: "Are you ready to party?"
Dixon: I speak nine languages. Techno isn't one of them.

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Sloane gave me the finger.
Marshall (while holding Sloane's severed finger)
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Sydney: Weiss, have you seen Vaughn?
Weiss: That's all I am to you - just a conduit to Vaughn. Have you ever seen Vaughn and said "Hey, where's Weiss?"

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Jack: I used to think you didn't have much of a spine.
Vaughn: Has that assessment changed at all?
Jack: No.

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Some people go miniature golfing with their parents. We go to India to look for nukes.
Sydney
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Sydney: What did you say to him?
Marshall: I don't know. I think it was "Go away I can smell you from here" in Ewok.

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We kill ourselves to do the right thing. Meanwhile, the bad people keep coming back.
Dixon
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One night--this is years ago, maybe two years before you and I met--I'd just finished my first far-east briefing at the White House. I was new to the CIA. After that meeting, everyone got into a limousine to head back to Langley, but I didn't. I told them I was going to walk for a while. They all looked at me sort of funny--I mean, it was a cold night. So I said, I needed to get some air. It had occurred to me as I was walking down the White House steps that I was living in a perfect moment. Everything was filled with promise--my relationship with a wife I had not yet met... Still, I could feel a darkness coming. So I wandered around for a while. I ended up at the Jefferson Memorial--it was always my favorite one--and I looked across the basin. Lincoln was right there. I didn't know how it would materialize--the darkness--I had nothing to base it on. It was not as if the CIA had just betrayed me, or my wife had just been diagnosed with lymphoma. None of that had happened yet. So whenever life takes an unfortunate turn, as it has this week, I remind myself that I could see it coming all along.
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I want Hassan dead. Before the weekend.
Sloane
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Robert Lindsey: If you're finished, this is the men's room.
Sydney: Who let you in?

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McKenas Cole: Your hair... that's cool!
Sark: You're the man behind the Covenant.
Cole: I'm the man in front of The Man. When'd you cut your hair?
Sark: It wasn't a matter of choice. I was in US custody, as I thought you were. When were you released?
Cole: That's a good story. [raises his wine glass] To your hair!

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