Wendy abruptly shits herself and goes running around like a headless chicken. If you don't love Wendy, probably this is the best part of the whole episode. Even for me, her most ardent fan, it is pretty freakin' awesome.
Will: "Don't you want to know where they came..."
Wendy Scott-Carr: "Not necessary..."
Will: "Because they were addressed to Diane Lockhart, who after all was the attorney on the case and obviously would be emailing him about..."
Wendy Scott-Carr: "ACK! Stop! Oh my God!"
Dana: "I seem to have been played for a damn fool."
Dana walks slowly across the hall to stare at Kalinda and shake with rage and maybe just a little crushed-out heartbreak. I mean, Kalinda did just use her to sink her own career, basically; pretty shitty from Dana's perspective and that's not really unfair of her to feel or think. To be fair, Dana was basically blackmailing her, at least in terms of emotion, but rather than telling her to fuck off, Kalinda used her as a disposable tool, which is kind of sad. I also don't hate Dana, but again: Freakin' awesome.
Dana: "You fooled me?"
Kalinda: "Yup. You wanna hit me, go ahead. That was pretty shitty from your perspective."
Dana: Slaps the shit out of her.
Kalinda: WINS. FOREVER.
Will flashes Kalinda thumbs-up from the doorway, and then crosses to her for a surprisingly moving embrace. Those two.
Elsbeth: "Nice work, creeps, but it's not over yet. She's sending out an additional subpoena, and I think it's... Hang on, my magic crystalline brain is working... Okay it's not Kalinda, that's not it... She's pissed, who's the last person she's going to use? Hmm, she could subpoena the whole firm to waste our collective time, but that's not..."
Everybody Who Has Ever Seen This Show, And Probably Anybody Who Hasn't: "It is clearly going to be Alicia Florrick! You are giving me a heart attack!"
Elsbeth: "OMG. You're vulnerable somewhere, right? The file was bait, so she wouldn't go after your real thing?"
Will: "Yeah, for sure."
Elsbeth: "What is your real thing?"