Diane: "So, you dirty little goblin. How illegal was it? Because if not, then they're just fishing. He's just Wendy Scott-Carring you to get to Peter or something."
Eli: "Okay. Hey, Kalinda gave me this picture of me and her in her office which I don't know that Nick stole from FBI Lana's apartment. It may or may not have anything to do with this."
Diane: "Just from looking I can tell this was taken from the skyscraper across the street..."
Eli: "Floor's empty. Bankruptcy. Imagine, a law firm or accounting firm just over there, having to shutter their 28th floor..."
Diane: "Too soon, brah. This was taken what, a year ago? Based on the position of the painting in the background? Okay. Do you want me to lead an assault on the Department of Justice, or..."
Eli: "I just need this gone. The rumor of an investigation is often worse than the result. And also, this needs to be super confidential."
Diane: "No Alicia? No problem. That's my new motto, at least until Cary finally lets Nathan Lane blow him."
Eli: "No but like not even Will, okay?"
Diane: "I figured that was implied. Also, like Will would ever do anything for you."
Alicia: "Okay, Alicia. You can do this. You took that class at the Annex. Just breathe and talk your way through it. Refer to your laminated index card if necessary. Step one. Turn on the computer. Check. Step two, open up ChumHum using a web browser. Check. Wait. First open the brows... Got it. Step three, type in 'types of clay loam...' What?"
ChumHum Autocomplete: "You mean types of condoms?"
Alicia: "ChumHum, no! Loam!"
Zach: "Hey Mom, can I use the computer? It's for homework."
The '90s way they administrate computer usage in this show is insane. Parents! Stop treating your children like criminals and form a respectful relationship with them! Trying to protect them from the internet -- when the internet is inside everything in your house, at all times -- is like trying to protect them from thoughts!
Alicia: "Is it really for homework? Or is it for the loss of your cyberinnocence?"
Tom Szabo, Evidence Tech, Grundy County: "I found the same shoe impression at both the murder site and the place we found the body, which matches a shoe I found in Killer Hobo's closet. So."