Will: "What did the trustee say?"
Diane: "We're firing people, apparently."
Will: "And that's it?"
(They both start drinking.)
Diane: "No. He asked whether to drop you as a name partner. He wondered whether you were more important as a litigator, and whether I should make all the decisions..."
Will: "See, that's what I thought. Same here. He said I was the 'true litigator, and the firm has 'suffered' through your leadership over the last six months, and now it needs a man at the top..."
Diane, spitting: "The fuck he said that."
Will: "No, I just added that to piss you off."
Diane: "Well, mission accomplished."
L/G: "So how do we make $60M in five months? Without David Lee?"
SA VS SA
Peter calls Tapia and, within seconds, has threatened Phil's kid -- who attends the University of Chicago -- with all kinds of shadowy dangers. It does the trick, whatever matters, and he swings some pipe around ("I'm the State's Attorney of a county that actually matters, jackass!") but in the end, he gets Tapia -- while Eli stares, horrified -- to agree to drop the case, expunge the arrest, and have Robb call Zach with a personal apology. The last one, I don't know. That's a little petty. But I guess he has to make his point, since they're coming at him over his campaign platform in a weirdly personal way that he won't be fucked around with. Like maybe he will have to defeat each of the State's Attorneys in each of the counties of Illinois, one by one, until he has scared them all into following his orders on pain of death. Probably that's how it works.
Eli: "That is not how it works!"
SAVARESE VS SAVARESE
The camera tracks down Kalinda's strange hallway and into her weird apartment and over to her strange bedroom, where they're having rough Canadian sex. She shoves him against the wall, protesting that she doesn't in fact "miss this," and he heads out into her sad, empty apartment to poke through her sad, empty cabinets while she showers. When he comes back, she's got a gun pointed at the door yet again.