Alicia: "Then how did they know about the photo we gave the judge?"
Dylan: "Considering they were the ones that sent it to you in the first place? I dunno. The court reporter would have been in chambers, right? How many people at your firm know anything about this case? And one of them could be..."
Alicia: "Real talk, Dylan. This all suits your purposes. Whether or not you're doing it, it's what you want. Obfuscation and paranoia and confusion, to help your cause."
Dylan: "Which is what."
Alicia: "Destroying in order to create."
Dylan is beautiful as he considers it; he'll accept that definition.
Dylan: "Yeah. But I didn't do the video. For one thing, I have a sense of humor..."
Alicia: "Oh, and we're not taking your class action."
Dylan: "Out of pique?"
Alicia: "Don't be silly. It's an entirely different personal grudge."
Robyn Burdine: "I hope you know I've enjoyed these last four episodes just as much as Jacob has."
L/G: "Well. As long as you're enjoying yourself."
Robyn Burdine: "Oh no, I mean, also I've been very impactful and established organic rapport to better liaise."
L/G: "Can you fly on your own, Robyn? Ready to leave the Batcave?"
Robyn Burdine: "Sure, whatever you guys want. I'm just doin' Robyn."
L/G: "That bitch thirsty. She has an energy to her, though. An eagerness. Kalinda?"
Kalinda: "Yeah, she's good. Keep her on. At least until I figure her deal out."
As expected. But the shitty part -- I like this judge, but gimme a break -- is that her contempt citation still remains in effect. Which kind of proves Anonymous's point that Parks's courtroom deserves the respect that you give it, and why contempt is such a fascinating idea, like when you're playing pretend with a little kid and stop to answer your cell phone and she's like "DRAGONS DO NOT TALK ON CELL PHONES" and then you get the wet-noodle lashing. Like how dare you not play along with Judge Parks's little game where he pretends to be God. Not that it's dumb, you know how much of a reverence I hold personally toward the rule of law and the institutions we're talking about, but contempt is a funny one, because -- like with cop killing, or threatening the President -- the consequences have to be so very deterrent that you know to take it seriously.