Alexander Hamilton: Where are you taking me?
Angelica Schuyler: I'm about to change your life.
Alexander Hamilton: Then by all means, lead the way.
Eliza Hamilton: Elizabeth Schuyler. It's a pleasure to meet you.
Alexander Hamilton: Schuyler?
Angelica Schuyler: My sister.
Eliza Hamilton: Thank you for all your service.
Alexander Hamilton: If it takes fighting a war for us to meet, it will have been worth it.
George Washington: Let me tell you what I wish I'd known/When I was young and dreamed of glory/You have no control/Who lives? Who dies? Who tells your story?
Aaron Burr: President Jefferson.
Thomas Jefferson: I'll give him this, his financial system is a work of genius. I couldn't undo it if I tried. And I tried.
Aaron Burr: President Madison.
James Madison: He took our country from bankruptcy to prosperity. I hate to admit it, but he doesn't get enough credit for all the credit that he gave us.
George Washington: This war is hard enough without infighting.
Alexander Hamilton: Lee called you out. We called his bluff.
George Washington: You solve nothing. You aggravate our allies to the south.
Alexander Hamilton: You're absolutely right. John should've shot him in the mouth. That would've shut him up.
Aaron Burr: Hamilton's out of control.
James Madison: This is great. He's out of power, he holds no office, and he just destroyed President John Adams, the only other significant member of his party.
Thomas Jefferson: Hamilton is a host unto himself. As long as he can hold a pen, he's a threat. Let's let him know what we know.