456: They create chemicals. The chemicals are good. Col. Oduya: Good in what way? 456: We feel good. The chemicals are good.
Col. Oduya: You're shooting up on children. Our children.
Frobisher: What do you think Torchwood is now? Do you think you're still players? Gwen: We can try.
Jack: You said yourself, the world is going to hell at any second. Before it does, give us a moment of grace.
PM Green: Your name was chosen, John. Frobisher: Right, good. Chosen in what way? PM Green: The inoculation story seems to have gained some currency. Might even be called popular. Frobisher: Indeed, and what's that got to do with me? PM Green: Your children will be inoculated. Frobisher: I see. PM Green: In two hours, there'll be selected news media at your house. You'll be seen to offer your children for treatment. This will be broadcast on every network channel at 12 midday. Frobisher: But there is no inoculation. PM Green: This action will help the public and show them no cause for unrest. Frobisher: You mean, I pretend they're going to be inoculated? PM Green: Your children will then be taken to one of the designated rendezvous points and they'll become part of the...the process. It's our duty to think beyond this terrible day and, once it's over, the government must be seen as victims of the 456. We must be seen to have lost.
PM Green: I'm really very sorry, John, and I'm really very busy.
PC Andy: Bloody hell, and who's the father? Rhys: Oh, I'm slapping you.
Brigid Spears: I'm not saying he was perfect. You know that better than me, but he worked hard. He always worked hard. I don't think that's valued enough these days, hard work, and he was a good man. I want you to know that. John Frobisher was a good man, because when the history of this is written, they'll talk about the ministers and the soldiers and the things with numbers for names and I think people will forget how very good he was. I want you to remember him like that. If you ever think of John Frobisher, just remember that it wasn't his fault.
Johnson: He'll be fine. The nice kids are safe. If you're going to get rid of 10% then take the 10% you don't want. All those kids on street corners, they finally got rid of them.
Alice Carter: Even if 90% look the other way then what sort of world are you leaving behind?
Gwen: There's one thing I always meant to ask Jack back in the old days. I wanted to know about that Doctor of his. All these times in history when there's no sign of him, I wanted to know why not, but I don't need to ask anymore. I know the answer now. Sometimes the doctor must look at this planet and turn away in shame. I'm recording this in case anyone...in case anyone ever finds it so you can see...so you can see how the world ended.
Denise Riley: The public will be wanting a statement, sir. PM Green: I suppose you could say we were lucky. Denise Riley: Too soon to tell. We don't know exactly what happened yet. PM Green: Lucky with the Americans, I mean. General Pierce took charge without ratification from the United Nations. We can say that today's events were in American hands. Brigid Spears: And you think that's lucky? PM Green: (laugh) Yes. I do rather. Brigid Spears: Your first thought now is to save your own skin. In which case, you might like to know I paid a visit this morning, sir. I sent to see Lois Habiba. You might remember her. I sat with her awhile. We had a number of things to discuss and, while I was there, I used the emergency protocols to sign out a particular piece of evidence. Contact lenses, sir. The Torchwood contact lenses, and Lois was very helpful. She told me how they work. I can hardly feel them, sir, but everything that happened in this room has been recorded, sir. All waiting to be made public by me, including your statement just now that after the events of today you feel, as you said in your very own words, sir, lucky.
Jack: Oh, I miss that, the Welsh complaining.
Gwen: Are you ever coming back, Jack? Jack: What for? Gwen: Me. It wasn't your fault. Jack: I think it was. Gwen: No. Jack: Steven and Ianto and Owen and Tosh and Suzie and all of them because of me.
Jack: Still, I have lived so many lives. It's time to find another one.
Alice Carter: A man who can't die has nothing to fear.
456: We do not harm the children. They feel no pain. They live long beyond their years.
PM Green: You and whose army? Lois: Torchwood.
Jack: It's all my fault. Ianto: No, it's not. Jack: Don't speak. Save your breath. Ianto: I love you. Jack: Don't.....Ianto. Ianto. Ianto, stay with me. Ianto, stay with me please. Stay with me. Stay with me. Stay with me please. Ianto: Hey, it was good, yeah? Jack: Yeah. Ianto: Don't forget me. Jack: Never could. Ianto: A thousand years time, you won't remember me. Jack: Yes, I will. I promise I will...Ianto? Ianto? Don't go. Don't leave me please. Don't leave me.
Jack: Worse than that, do I have to stay in these clothes? I mean, come on, track suit bottoms? Not a good look
Jack: I'm a fixed point in time and space. At least, that's what the Doctor says. I think that means forever. Ianto: So one day you'll see me die of old age, and just keep going. Jack: Yeah. Ianto: We better make the most of it then. Jack: I suppose. Ianto: Like right now. Jack: Ianto, the world could be ending. Ianto: The world's always ending and I have missed that coat.
PM Green: Listen, John Frobisher is a good man, and better than that, he's expendable.
Clem: And who's the queer? Ianto: Oy! It's not 1965 anymore. Clem: Queer. I can smell it.
Rhys: Took me awhile to get used to these things. Ianto: What? You used the lenses? Rhys: Yeah, that's why Gwen had them. Gwen: I just took them home for a bit of fun. Ianto: Fun? Rhys: You know fun. Ianto: Yeah, well, done that. It is fun.
Jack: 1965, I gave them 12 children Gwen: What for? Jack: As a gift.