Jack Bauer: Do you understand the difference between dying for something and dying for nothing? The only reason I fought so hard to stay alive in China was because I didn't want to die for nothing. Today... I can die for something, my ways, my choice. To be honest with you it'll be a relief. Now you need to go ！
Jack：Curtis put the wapon down. By the President of the United States, put down your wapon!
Tell the president I'm sorry. I can't do this anymore.
Jack:Gray,people in this country are dying. I need some information. Are you going to give it to me,or do I have to start
Wayne Palmer: My fellow americans,there is no easy way to say the words...america has been hit by a nuclear weapon. But,as you know,this is now a fact. The question remains,what do we as a country,as a people,do about it? How do we rationalize the fear and sorrow that each one of us feels? Do we let our anger guide us down a dangerous path? Or do we come together,continuing to show courage and strength in the face of our enemy? Now,this horrible act of evil which has struck our great nation is the cowardly action of barbaric men.
Jack:Dad,it's over! There is no empire to protect. There's no legacy left. There is marilyn,josh and me; that's it.
Wayne:you tell your prime minister that we have a carrier group operating less than 25 miles off his shores.
Logan:"he brought me out of a horrible pit, set my feet upon a rock...and established my goings."One step at a time,charles.