T：To tell you the truth, I couldn't believe it when I heard Jack taking a desk job in DC.
A：He said it was happier this way.
T：En huh... well, you got the chance to see him in both worlds today. You think he'd go back wearing a suit?
A：After the hell Jack's been through today, you think he wanna come back to this?
T：Some people are more comfortable in hell.
A：Are you talking about Jack, or yourself?
H：You are cursed, Jack. Everything you touch, one way or another, ends up dead.(s6e20)
J：I just watched my father die, and I felt nothing. You know why? Yeah, you know why. Because that man was dead to me years ago. I admired you, I looked up to you like a father. You were the kind of man I wanted to be, and you took advantage of it.
J：Earlier today, you said that I was cursed, that anyone I touched ended up dead or ruined. How dare you? How...dare you? The only thing I did, the only thing I have ever done, is what you and people like you have asked me.
H：Simply getting your life back, Jack, isn't gonna change who you are. And you can't walk away from it. You know that. You've tried it. Sooner or later you're gonna get back in the game. And my daughter is gonna pay the price, like your wife did."(s6e24)
"I know that I promise to take care of you and protect you, but I'm in a crossroads. Right now, the best way, the only way, to do that is to let you go. I hope one day you can understand. I hope one day you can forgive me. I love you with all of my heart. I always will."(s6e24)
J：The truth, senator, is I stopped that attack from happening.
S：By torturing Mr. Haddad.
J：By doing what I deem necessary to protect innocent lives.
S：So basically what you are saying, Mr. Bauer, is that the ends justify the means, and that you are above the law.
J：When I am activated, when I am brought into a situation, there is a reason. And that reason is to complete the objectives of my mission at all costs.
S：Even if it means breaking the law?
J：For a combat soldier, the difference between success and failure is your ability to adapt to your enermy. The people that I deal with, they don't care about your rules. All they care about is a result. My job is to stop them from accomplishing their objectives. I simply adapted. In answer to your question, am I above the law? No, sir. I am more than willing to be judged by the people you claim to represent. I will let them decide what price I should pay. But please do not sit there with that smug look on your face, and expect me to regret the decisions that I have made. Because, sir, the truth is, I don't.
J：What do you want me to do? This is your call.
R：Do whatever it takes.
R：And the four of you really think you can stop this?
J：We have to. It's as simple as that.
R：That's stepping over the line, Jack.
J：You stepped over the line the second you interrogated Tanner.
R：Tanner's a murderer. As far as we know, Vossler's wife is completely innocent, let alone a small child.
J：When are you people gonna stop thinking everyone else is following your rules? They're not! Dubaku is gonna kill Henry Taylor within the next 45 minutes unless we find him. You got one of two choices. Now you can either phone the president and explain to her that your conscience won't allow you to do what necessary to save him, or you can simply do what is necessary. Pick one!
L：Jack...Jack! The rules are what make us better.
J：Are you okay?
R：No, I don't think I am...
J：Listen to me, we could not have gotten this far if it wasn't for you, okay? No one would blame you if this was just too much for you to handle. Maybe you should get out.
R：Maybe I will.
J：That was Larry. They got the drive. Chloe's gonna be working on them. They should have something in the next few minutes.
R：Tha's all that matters. Right, Jack?
J：I don't like what happened to Marika any more than you do. We did what was necessary. You'd better figure out a way to live with it.
R：How, Jack? Pretend that it never happened? Is it that easy for you?
J：I'll let you know when Chloe's got something.
J：What happened to Marika was a tragedy. But I'm not going to stand here and tell you what we did was wrong, because we weren't. She made a choice, a brave one, to get involved, but she made it.
R：God, listen to yourself, Jack. You don't even sound human. Don't you feel anything?
J：We had a job to do, to protect the hundreds if not thousands of innocent lives, that would not have had a choice if we let a terrorist attack take place. What we did wasn't wrong. It was necessary.
R：I read your file. When your wife was killed, did you feel that, or did you just tell yourself that that was necessary?
J：What do you want from me? What do you want from me?
R：I just want to know that you feel something! I want to know that you feel the same kind of pain that I do. Do you feel that? Do you feel that?
J：It's all right. You're gonna be all right. It's gonna take a while. But you will learn to live with it.
R：What if I don't want to learn to live with it?
S：At the hearing this morning, you said you had no regrets about what you've done. But what I saw was a man full of regret.
J：Of course I have regrets, Senator. I regret losing my family. My wife was murdered because I was responsible for protecting David Palmer during an assassination attempt. My daughter can't even look at me. Every day, I regret looking into the eyes of men, women and children, knowing that at any moment, their lives might be deemed expendable in an effort to protect the greater good. I regret every decision or mistake I might have made that resulted in the loss of a single innocent life. But you know what I regret the most, is that this world even needs people like me.
S：So you think I'm naive to believe we need to hold ourselves to a higher standard of combat?
J：Doesn't even matter what I think, Senator. You just need to understand where I work things get a lot messier than where you work on the hill.
S：What you've lost, Mr.Baur, is tragic. What you've been compelled to do in the name of saving innocent life is tragic. Sometimes we need to incur the most horrible losses in order to uphold the ideals that this country was founded on. How can we presume to lead the world unless we set an example?
J：You make it sound so simple.
S：Well, maybe it's simpler than you think. Maybe all the things that you've seen and all the things that you've done have clouded your vision.
R：He's denying everything, claims that we don't have a case against him.
J：Is he right?
R：Maybe. Which means he has absolutely no reason to tell us who else is involved in this with him. But I can make him talk. If we don't find these people, one day they will launch another attack. And I don't see how I can live with myself knowing that there was something I could have done to stop it. I don't know what to do.
J：I can't tell you what to do. I've been wrestling with this my whole life. I see 15 people held hostage on a bus, and anything else goes out the window. And I'll do whatever it takes to save them, and I mean whatever it takes. I guess maybe I thought... if I save them, I'd save myself.
R：Do you regret anything that you did today?
J：No. Telling again, I don't work for the FBI.
R：I don't understand.
J：You took an oath. You made a promise to uphold the law. When you cross that line, it always starts off with a small step. Before you know it, you're running as fast as you can in the wrong direction just to justify what you started in the first place. These laws were written by much smarter men than me. And in the end, I know that these laws have to be more important than the 15 people on the bus. I know that's right. In my mind, I know that's right. I just don't think my heart could ever have lived with it. I guess the only advice I can give you is try to make choices that you can live with.
她对Jack的信任非常让人感动：无论何时何地，Jack被通缉也罢，只要是Jack一个电话打过来要Chloe帮忙调查情报或是给后援支持，Chloe总是站在Jack这一边，即使自己会被离职，即使被发现后别人不理解，甚至在有了自己的家庭后，她依旧如此，而Chloe的理由就是“He is my friend.” 作为朋友，她知道Jack的原则和信仰，她知道Jack无论做出什么不可思议的事都一定有他的原因，因为Jack永远不会背叛他的祖国。可以说，如果没有Chloe这样一个可以值得信任的技术后援支持，Jack无法做到他想做的，Jack有这样一个朋友真的是令人欣慰。
"When you first came to CTU, I never thought it was gonna be you that was gonna cover my back all those years. And I know that everything that you did today was trying to protect me. I know that. Thank you."