Dr. Cassandra Railly: I know this is crazy, traveling halfway around the world to make sure someone *isn't* there.
José Ramse: Please tell me you're not praying right now. Lady, you don't seem like the type, secondly, it scares me, the fact that you might need some divine intervention bringing our boy back home.
Katarina Jones: I'll take whatever I can get.
Whitley: We need your help.
Col. Jonathan Foster: Is that so? What did she do now? Please tell me that she isn't still grinding scavengers into that machine.
José Ramse: Project Splinter. It worked.
Col. Jonathan Foster: Katarina sent someone back in time?
Whitley: She did.
Col. Jonathan Foster: Well, then, how are we still having this conversation? Now? Where is that utopian wunderland she promised us?
Whitley: It's not that simple.
Col. Jonathan Foster: That I believe.
Katarina Jones: Where shall we talk? Your office?
Col. Jonathan Foster: I think over dinner would be more appropriate. I'd like to welcome all our guests.
Katarina Jones: Charming. But I'm hardly a guest here, and certainly not welcome.
Whitley: Then what do we do? Hmm?
Katarina Jones: We take their core.
Whitley: Take it how?
Katarina Jones: By any means necessary.
[Chechnya, in 2015]
Dr. Cassandra Railly: [on the phone] Aaron, it's me. Cole's not here, I'm sure. I've bribed officials, talked to locals, and now I'm standing in front of the blast site. No one survived. And there's no body. He did it. He saved the future. He was erased. It's over.