Peter: "Miss Hayward. It's so nice to meet you."
She doesn't mind it when you call her "Miss Hayward." She's got her eye on the door.
Peter: "I only know you from reading Forbes, but I've always been a fan."
Maddie: "I think I'm becoming a fan of yours as well..."
Peter: "Ugh, has Eli been on your jock? He's the worst."
Maddie: "No, it's your wife."
Peter: "Alicia? How do you know her? Is this some kind of a Good Old Girls thing?"
Maddie: "Doesn't exist. No, we met yesterday. But it got me thinking about contributing to your campaign."
Peter: "Don't you solely contribute to female candidates?"
Maddie: "Uh, don't parse that thought too closely. That's kind of what I'm doing, in a way."
Maddie: "I like your wife. You're separated?"
Maddie: "But she's supporting you as a candidate."
Eli: "They're trying to work things out!"
Maddie: "Like, you're not sleeping with prostitutes?"
Peter: "Ha! Good one."
Maddie: "If I do support you, do I have to worry about that? Another prostitute? Another mistress? A furtive kiss on the campaign bus..."
Peter: "-- No."
Maddie: "And why's that?"
Peter: "I just said so."
Eli: "Peter's changed!"
Maddie: "I don't believe people can change."
Peter: "I didn't either. And then, of course, I went to prison."
It's the right answer. It's the best answer. But is it true? Maybe she's not here to help ask the questions and push their marriage resolution forward at all. Maybe she... Wendy Scott-Carr, we always said, was weaponized Alicia Florrick. Maybe Miss Hayward is just weaponized Diane.
Dr. Zarovich: "I saw Mr. Beacham for a short time about three years ago. He came to me suffering from nervousness and related insomnia."
Lionel: "But not depression, or like a family tragedy or anything."
Dr. Zarovich: "He'd been laid off so he was antsy, but no. Not clinically depressed. I prescribed an SSRI strictly for anxiety and sleep regulation."
Lionel: "And it was called Elvatyl?"
(The ratfucking drug! It is back! That shit was like the key to all of Season Two! I love this show!)
Dr. Zarovich: "At the time, Elvatyl seemed to have the best response rate for insomnia and related anxiety."