Landau: "Yeah, I said it. I said I personally know that Eli Gold bought votes."
Alicia: "Why did you say that!?"
Landau: "It is totally true."
Alicia: "And so how do you know that?"
Perrotti: "Shut up! Don't say anything!"
Elsbeth: "What are you, gonna Wite-Out his face?"
Judge: "I don't care what you want, Perrotti. Siddown and shut it."
Landau: "To answer your question, I know this because I set up the meeting myself."
Alicia: "Okay, with whom?"
Landau: "Hugh Saxon, the CEO of Greengate Retirement Centers."
Eli: "Are you nuts? That wasn't about buying votes!"
Judge: "Eli, be quiet. You're not a part of this."
Landau: "Jackie Florrick was giving a speech at Greengate, getting on everybody's nerves as usual. Eli talked to Saxon about bussing 600 senior citizens to a straw poll. For your husband."
You know that I don't know anything about anything, but um, isn't a straw poll pretend? We all love the process, of course, and to see democracy in action, but what is the point of ballot-stuffing when you toss out all the ballots at the end of the day and drink champagne? I honestly don't get it. On the other hand, this is going to matter for about five more seconds, so whatever.
Alicia: "I'm going to stand right here while you explain yourselves."
Elsbeth: "Actually, you need to get out of this room. You could be subject to subpoena."
Alicia: "Attorney-client priv..."
Elsbeth: "I'm talking about the real case, not your pretend one. And you're only privileged in what you hear now, not what you might have known about the straw poll before today."
Eli: "Alicia, Peter doesn't know about this. Also, there's nothing to know. This was merely Democratic outreach, to involve seniors in the process."
Elsbeth: "In trade for a discount?"
Eli: "Correlation doesn't imply causality. We coincidentally discussed two topics. Who can say they were linked? Not me."
Alicia: "Ugh, you're not even trying to act classy right now. Florrick out."