Alicia: "Hey Will, you know how you're not allowed to give legal advice?"
Conclusion, after another pale Sorkin conversation that's mostly moving parts: You can't build on the perjured testimony without suborning it, but you can treat it as it is, which is on the record. As long as the opposition doesn't call him back to the stand, because then you're heading into another round which is going to mean eliciting further perjured testimony, unless you pull some gonzo Peter MacNicol move to redirect it, which Alicia would never do for pretty much the same reasons she needed Will to talk this out with her.
Gay ASA of Color Jeremy: "I didn't go into Peter's office that night!"
Cary: "I have proof that you did."
Gay ASA of Color Jeremy: "Well, we didn't do anything wrong."
Cary: "Other than having gay sex on your boss's couch?"
Gay ASA of Color Jeremy: "Okay, what's going to happen to me?"
Cary: "I don't think anything will, or maybe you'll be fired. Let's pretend I said it's going to be okay, and you give me all the deets."
Isobel: "We met in eight hotel rooms and had vaginal intercourse. Sometimes in the backdoor, but that doesn't count. This was while I was working for Herald Equity. The last time, I resisted him. Then I got fired."
Dr. Ellis Grey, Esq.: "Thank you, Ms. Swift."
Alicia: "So, Isobel..."
This is, I think, the point in the episode where Alicia Florrick loses her goddamn mind. It's like somebody put the idea of this subtle misogynist agenda into her head, and she thought, "I could win a case with this! In fact, they will never see it coming, so I'm going to use sexism against all my enemies! Gender quisling!"