: Being paranoid doesn't mean we're not being followed. Nicolai Dalchimsky: The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, but I have promises to keep. And miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep. Remember. Miles to go before I sleep. Grigori Borzov: I think you are a very capable person and I value you very much. So far, we've made a good team. But, you know, you talk too much. Barbara: If, I mean when, we get Dalchimski I suppose you'll be going home. You going home to anyone, I mean, do you have a wife? Grigori Borzov: No. Barbara: Lucky girl. Grigori Borzov: [chuckles] Barbara: I know, I talk too much. Barbara: The Major wants me to give you a message. Harley Sandburg: Alright, what is it? Barbara: Stay out of it. Leave us alone. Just forget the whole thing. Cause, if you don't, if you try to move in on us, the telephones are going to start ringing again and this time the bells are going to be heard all over the world. That's the message. Harley Sandburg: Clarify, Barbara. I don't understand what that means. Barbara: I suggest you check it out with the KGB in Moscow, we've just sent them the same message. [Hangs up the phone, then to Borzov] Barbara: Now where do we go? Grigori Borzov: [Points to a sign: "Happy Hour Motel, 10 Miles"] Barbara: Remember, Borzov, miles to go before we sleep. Grigori Borzov: That's right, 10 more miles.