Producer: "Okay, you can be on the best show on TV, but you have to come out of the closet."
Aspiring Guest Star: "Aw, man."
Producer: "I got Bomer on speed dial, brother. Tick tock."
Deputy SA Cary Agos: "Okay, no big deal but we're going to be making some changes..."
Forgotten ASA Geneva Pine: "Would this have anything to do with Dana's failed attempt to replace me by getting gross with Wendy Scott-Carr?"
Deputy SA Cary Agos: "It's not about like just one thing."
Forgotten ASA Geneva Pine: "Because some of us didn't have anything to do with that storyline, and are still awesome."
Besmirched ASA Dana Lodge: "Fuck off, you."
Diane: "Well done in court today, yeah?"
Will: "Yes. But on the other hand I'm going to be disbarred. Probably Wendy's doing. Last crummy shot."
Diane: "Well, fuck this."
Will: "I mean, I did it. So..."
Diane: "Pursuing this is weird and hypocritical..."
Will: "As Occupy Wall Street is attempting to point out, the people in judgment are not worried about hypocrisy. You can't cheat the banker in Monopoly, and you can't speak truth to power when the power's writing the rules."
Diane: "Mercy of the board, maybe?"
Will: "Mostly I'm just fucking tired."
It's so sad. She hurts for him. Maybe she will Batman some motherfuckers.
GOLD & ASSOC
Eli nods to Diane on her way out, and doesn't even notice the tiny little Rumpelstiltskin sitting on the couch in his office until she starts screaming.
Stacie Hall: "WHY? Why are you undercutting me with your wife?"
Eli: "Ex-wife! And get the hell out of my office! And don't ever show up places unannounced!"
Stacie: "I just wanted to bring you your sock from last night!"
It looks like an elf sock, or maybe like somebody dropped a house on your sister. A Helena Bonham Carter kind of sock.
Stacie: "And what's wrong with green?"
Eli: "I'm not going to explain campaign strategy to you..."
Stacie: "...Then stop undercutting me with your wife!"
Eli: "Ex-wife! And do a better job so you won't get undercut!"
Stacie: "Yeah, well, all your clients I've been poaching seem to think I'm doing fine."
Eli: "Um, this conversation is over."