Alicia, red in face: "BUT HE IS LYING ELI!"
Eli: "Girl, I know that. You know that. Let it go."
Alicia: "AM I IN FUCKING CRAZYTOWN RIGHT NOW?"
Eli: "The perennial Alicia Florrick bugaboo has reared its head once again. Honey, we're on the national stage right now. We have leveled up. There is a whole other set of rules in play and you're going to have to get on board. Which I know you will, because you always do, because you are remarkable. But in this case, let it go. People lie. Talk about it and you just feed the fire."
Alicia: "BUT IT MAKES ME LOOK BAD!"
Eli: "I know, and I know that stings..."
Alicia: "AND HE FUCKING GETS AWAY WITH IT!"
Eli: "And I know that bothers you even more than the first thing, because you're awesome, but you have got to grow up. Rise above this one, and congratulate yourself on being a grownup."
Alicia: "I STEADFASTLY REFUSE!"
Eli: "I know that too. Come see me when you manage to make things ten times worse."
Alicia: "THAT I WILL DO, MY SMALL FRIEND."
Kalinda: Drops a bike clip on Alicia's desk.
Alicia: "Is this for my mother-in-law? I don't get it, where is it attached?"
Kalinda: "No, the case. Rosa was wearing a bike clip when they found the body, that's why there was [gross medical thing about lividity and the ways your body starts to decompose]. But there was no bike in the police report."
Alicia: "So where was she riding it when she got murdered?"
They nod like that answers the whole case or even makes sense, which means by episode's end it will solve the whole case and sort of make sense.
Lindsey: "A bike? Rosa didn't have a bike, nobody had a bike. It was summer camp. I mean, her counselor had a mountain bike, but..."
Kalinda: "Off I go!"
Lindsey: "Hey, how are the other two ladies doing?"
Alicia: "Well, Megan's getting beat up so she might Alford out."
Lindsey: "Jesus. Maybe I should too."
Diane: "We still have that 72 hours to prove there's not even a case to retry, so sit tight."
Lindsey: "Tell Megan to stay strong. Use some of our bullying skills or something."
Kalinda: "So you own this bike, right? Rosa rode off on it, you reported it stolen, and eventually you found it. Where?"
Counselor: "Let's go look at where I found it, near another counselor's house who has a weirdly childlike, perverted air about him."