Saul: "So we could arrest Nick right now and that would be the end of it (and of this show, you're thinking, but you're wrong), or ... we could use him as bait."
Estes: "How come? Explain it to me like I'm five, rather than the Director of the CIA."
Saul: "Iran wants revenge on the US because of the Israel bombings, they've said so publicly. And Nazir was the agent of that plan, that's why he was in Beirut..."
Estes: "So you want to see how Brody fits into it. All right, smart. But how do I tell Walden? He's kind of an asshole."
Saul: "Haha, don't! Fuck 'im, let's just let him twist. They're practically swingers at this point anyways."
Estes: "Okay, I'll give you a secret off-book team made up of everybody from last season, like Virgil and the beautiful Max, and even Crazy Carrie. But I have to add somebody, my favorite guy in the whole world. His name is Peter Quinn, and he is the boss of you."
Saul: "Is he a tool?"
Estes: "Kind of. But adorable. And mentally off in some key ways."
Saul: "So we've got Carrie and Quinn, Virgil and Max who are cartoon characters, and the two of us who always end up letting Carrie do whatever Carrie wants -- versus the next Vice President of the United States, who is a radicalized jihadist with connections that go all the way to the top in several governments, who we've already stalked once for an entire season and who knows all of our tricks and Carrie's in love with him. What could go wrong?"
Estes: "That's pretty crazy how she was right about everything, huh?"
Saul: "Not gonna lie, it feels good in a variety of ways."
Estes: "What do you think being unemployed will be like?"
Saul: "According to Carrie it involves vegetable lasagna."