Billy Russo (to Frank): Who are you protecting? Hmm? Maria? The kids? They're gone. Gunner, Lieberman... There's nobody left. They're dead. They're all dead because of you. I get it. I get it. That's a... a heavy, heavy burden. It's time to put it down. You're a revenant. Walking the earth, completely unaware that you're already dead.
Frank Castle: It was always just the clothes and cars and women with you. It's the only thing that ever mattered.
Billy Russo: It's what those things represent, Frank.
Frank Castle: What's that?
Billy Russo: How far I've come. It's about... who I see when I look in the mirror. I know who you see. You see a man who lost. Lost his family, lost his faith. About to lose his life. That ain't never gonna be me.
Frank Castle: No? You're wrong, Bill. You already lost. You lost your honor. The second you took that money from Rawlins... you became everything you hate.
Frank Castle: I'm gonna kill you, Bill. I'm gonna watch you die.
Billy Russo: Oh, man. You are a... trip. You know that? You really think that, huh? You still think that you get to kill us? That you get to win? You don't get to win, Frank. It's over. You have one choice left, and that's how to die. That's all I can give you, man.
Billy Russo (to his mother): Would you change anything? If you could? Because, you... you had a choice. Me, I never did. You saw to that. And yet... here I am. You know, all those years in those group homes... gives you a lot of time to think. And now I'm returning the favor. Maybe you did me a solid, you know? I mean, the way I see it, you want weak kids, give 'em everything. But if you... If you want 'em strong... treat 'em hard. You know, I'd have given you... the world. I'd have given you... anything that you ever wanted... if you'd just wanted me. See you next week, Mom.