The Spy 1×6
Dan Peleg: He's done his job! He's gone above and beyond. Let's bring him home.
Prime Minister Eshkol: We have an opportunity of having a Deputy Defense Minister in the Syrian government. It is an opportunity once in a lifetime. It will not happen again!
Dan Peleg: I understand. But...
Jacob Shimoni: This is bigger than you and him, Dan. He's going back. This is bigger than all of us. This is too good an opportunity. The benefits of us having a Deputy Defense Minister in Syria outweigh the risks of him getting caught.
Nadia Cohen: Let's have a real conversation, for once. The three of us. Finally. Let's have an open, honest conversation on what my husband does.
Eli Cohen: Nadia...
Nadia Cohen: And if either of you tell me that Eli's buying furniture, I will break his face.
Eli Cohen: Why can't we just tell her the truth?
Dan Peleg: The truth is probably worse than anything she can imagine.
Colonel Amin Al-Hafez: I agreed to fund the military wing of the PLO, the Fatah. Arafat will be training guerrilla soldiers here to infiltrate and seed fear into the Zionists' heart. A little terror will drive Israel crazy, but they won't get the world's support, and they can't blame us.
Eli Cohen: Brilliant. Brilliant.
Dan Peleg: Listen to me. Kamel isn't real. That life isn't real. You are not invincible, and you are not above suspicion. Ma'azi, Seif, Al-Ard, they are not your friends. You are not Kamel Amin Thaabeth, you are Eli Cohen, and whatever it takes, you need to remember that.
Suidani: You are going to send a message to your friends. Tell them... the game is over.
Dan Peleg: The Prime Minister has authorized us to make any deal possible to free him. We're going to do anything possible to bring him back. Nadia, I know this...
Nadia Cohen: Did you read today's newspapers? The Lebanese papers? The Iraqi papers? The Egyptians? They're all making fun of Al-Hafez. Saying Eli turned Syria into a joke. They are going to kill him.
Dan Peleg: So, do you know who we are?...
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