Peter: "That was some hurried lovemaking, I enjoyed that very much. Do you wanna have dinner tonight?"
Alicia: "With whom? To what political end?"
Peter: "With me. To no particular end except we are married."
Alicia: "Are you asking me on a date? Gay."
Alicia: "I guess so. Any campaign questions for me? I know you rely on my insight."
Peter: "That delightful Jordan says I can't even look like I'm gonna beat up Maddie Hayward."
Alicia: "I would like nothing better than to personally beat the shit out of Maddie Hayward, but I see your concern. I would suggest you call Eli on this one. He knows about presentation and how to look like you're doing something on camera even if you are doing the opposite thing in your heart."
Peter: "Eli and I broke up. I don't want it to be weird."
Alicia: "I know, honey. But I also know you miss him and he misses you, and he would love to give you secret advice. It would really boost his spirits. Call him."
Will: "[Gives the SA committee some priceless Will Gardner Gift of Gab about how great the firm is suddenly doing.]"
Geneva Pine: "Now I roast your nuts."
Hellinger: "I have a question, actually. What's the deal with Lemond Bishop? One imagines that we'll be prosecuting him for being a huge drug dealer at some point, since we always are."
Geneva Pine: "I was totally going to ask that!"
Will: "Chinese Wall. Man, we haven't said that word a hundred billion times in so long! And when was the last time somebody 'phoned' anybody on this show?"
Hellinger: "Chinese Wall? That's the best you got?"
Will: "I don't think you realize how far I'm willing to go for your business. Bringing you in-house makes the bizarreness surrounding Alicia's marriage all the more bizarre, which in turn gets us closer to my main thing in life, which is squeezing blisters until they pop."
Hellinger: "Well, I'm not impressed."
Geneva Pine: "Actually, Laura, you're being kind of insane. Making me look and feel positively open to discussion about L/G."
Hellinger: "Mission accomplished, then. Based on like every interaction I, or anybody, has ever had with you, I figured openly bringing your oppositional, confrontational approach into this meeting would force you to take the other side."
Geneva Pine: "Which would be a really sick thing for this show to do to its remaining black woman character, if I weren't also consistently right about everything all the time."