David Lee: "...Wait! Eighty cents on the dollar!"
Trustee: "This isn't a negotiation. I'm like God right now, and you're getting five percent of your total. After we pay off the lease, the furniture, the bottled water delivery, whatever else. I don't like quitters, you rat."
David Lee: "I have been out-David Leed!"
Alicia demonstrates Robb's false-positive techniques, reminding them that now they're back to looking at simply an illegal impounding of Zach's phone. Tapia can't talk fast enough to shut her down.
"This section of the interstate is a forfeiture corridor, a place where the police and the State's Attorney, Phil Tapia, make their money from the war on drugs by illegally impounding cars and cash. We have witnesses who haven't received their cars and cash back after stops by Officer Robb..."
Tapia tries to make this a thing about how snooty Mrs. Florrick lives in Cook County and doesn't know how hard it is for regular Americans or whatever, but she checks him hard:
"Then why are all these stops being made on the north-running side? My son checked these traffic stops resulting in drug searches. Over the last six months, 90 percent of them were made on the north-running side of the highway. But all the drugs are coming from the Canadian border -- down the south-running side..." Phil jumps up to get his ASA to stop her, but there is no stopping Alicia Florrick. Northbound or otherwise. "...And all the money made from these drug sales heads up the north. They're not trying to stop drugs, they're trying to confiscate the money made from these drug sales."
Everybody talks about how fucked up that is for a while, and they eventually stall out in a big way, asking for time to prepare for the obstruction charge, because Alicia has just thrown down on some really gross things about the way Madison County gets run.
Peter shakes a bunch of hands, and then Tapia comes running onto his bus to yell.