Alicia: "Did your coach ever tell you to knock people's brains in?"
Raker: "He asked me to check offenders who crossed the line."
Alicia: "Like, 'take them out'? Yes, I know the lingo."
Raker: "Legally. Checking them legally."
Another video is introduced, where Duverney took out Raker's teammate Christian Lund in a kind of brutal way, followed by a postgame interview in which a hockey jihad is aggressively and openly put on Duverney's head, as a bounty.
Raker: "I don't recall that."
Alicia: "Really? Because you're standing right there, visible, when they're saying this."
Raker: "I don't remember. I'm just a hockey player."
Alicia: "Okay but he actually said, 'We are coming after you in February,' and the next game you had with that team was in February, and then you gave Mr. Duverney permanent brain damage."
Raker: "I am a hockey player. I subsist on raw meat and live in a cage. Do you really think I follow your human calendars?"
Will's neuro buddy at Northwestern suddenly won't talk to them, or even pick up the phone, and runs away from Kalinda, and everything. he's been paid off. Now, if Canning did that, it's fraud, so even as Kalinda is talking to Will -- who continues doing the pee-pee dance of "I'm not saying what I'm saying" -- she's following the doctor to check it out. "Not," Will hastens to say on the phone, "At my urging."
FLORRICK & CANNING
Alicia: "Did you really buy off my neurologist?"
Canning: "You're not happy at Lockhart, are you? Because I'm looking at this, and you're second chair to Julius even though you're doing all the work."
Alicia: "He's an equity partner."
Canning: "Why aren't you?"
Alicia: "Look. I wasn't fucking around when I told Caitlin not to get poached. We treat the lawyers we steal like crap. They never measure up, their loyalty is always in question, and every time Diane sells off stock to buy magic liberal beans, they're the first out the door."
Canning: "That's because Lockhart treats everybody like family, like loyalty is this absolute good even though they're always backstabbing each other."
Alicia: "I am all about absolute goods, first of all, and secondly I'm kind of defined by loyalty. So that's not really a diss."
Canning: "At home that's all fine, but at work it's talent and professionalism that matter. That's why I don't hold a grudge. You come and work for me, you'll be judged on the value of your work and only your work."
Alicia: "Whoa, that's like word for word what I said to Caitlin. And yet still, you can fuck off."