Brody: "Just so everybody knows that might be listening... I mean, just so you, Roya, know, my total sex meltdown with Carrie Mathison meant nothing. As far as I'm concerned, she's just one useful body part ornamented by several different kinds of crazy."
Carrie: "If I had any self-esteem, surely that part would bother me. But since I'm delusional and pretending I feel the same way, I'm just going to laugh it off."
Quinn: "...Just something in my eye. Don't worry about it. Stop looking at me you guys."
The Mighty Quinn kicks into formidable action, sending out 'follow vehicles' and 'line of sight' orders and 'can't afford to lose 'em' truths. It is both darling and quite virile. One day soon, I might love him more than Estes does. A powerful statement, but one I think is more and more likely. Especially after this episode.
Quinn: "Carrie, just to demonstrate that I've joined the inmates running this asylum -- no offense -- I will now order you into the car with Virgil and Max. Just whatever you do, don't... Do exactly what you're obviously going to do, okay? Like get out of the car and go running directly into enemy fire wearing a scarf and waving a phone around. Shit like that."
Carrie: "Okay, I obviously will."
Shows up at the victim's house looking hangdog, not at all prepared for the vicious faceoff she's about to walk into.
Daughter: "Oh hey, girl I should have figured out three episodes ago killed my mom. What can I fucking do for you?"
Dana: "Like, shrive me?"
Daughter: "First of all, stop looking at my little sister like she's my teen baby. That's racist. And second of all, stop asking me to absolve you of this bullshit."
Dana: "But literally I have no idea what I'm supposed to do. The guilt is killing me from the inside."
Daughter: "Yeah, and that clot killed my mom from the inside. Get the fuck out."
Dana: "But where else will I go? What else will I do?"
Daughter: "I don't give even a little bit of a fuck, but I think you should know that the Waldens already paid me off, so if you go to the cops I will beat the shit out of you."
Dana's world flips inside-out as she realizes that the world is a vampire and she is a vampire and everything is a cage of privilege and it's not just a shitty dad that is keeping her from justice but in fact the entirety of the vampire world and there is no escape and there is no justice and we are all just dead men waiting to lie down. All of this, she accomplishes through making weird faces and messing with her hands, as usual. It is very effective. Then the daughter comes screaming directly at her face with claws out, and Dana flees. By the time she gets to Mike's car door, she's never looked more like her fetal-position, dead-eyed terrified father. And when she says drive, ol' Mike just lays tracks.