Liz: "Even in law school, I always let you win one!"
Cary: "Upside, Kalinda found the Noah the boyfriend. Downside, it was in the morgue she found him. Apparently he shot himself in the head when he learned about the manhunt for him."
Alicia: "Suicide note?"
Cary: "Not sure yet."
Alicia: "These abusive motorcycle-riding boyfriends, they don't seem like the type to leave suicide notes. Either because they were murdered by Lemond Bishop, or just because they are discourteous, as a rule. Seems like it's always one or the other."
Cary: "It would be nice to pin this on the dead man, though. Kind of a win/win."
OUR TWO HOURS
Lemond's Sister Judy (Tracie Thoms, whom I'll always love because of Wonderfalls, where she gave beautiful, hilarious voice to a lot of the more sophisticated psychology and philosophical ideas of the show) hangs out while they have their little meeting -- remember, she was the judgy one he sent his kid to live with that terrible day, after much agonizing because of their relationship -- and at some point he takes Alicia aside.
Alicia: "We still have testimony backing up your alibi..."
Bishop: "Yeah, from my sister. Whom they're obviously going to think would lie. I need you to meet with a guy."
Alicia: "I already hate this."
Bishop: "No, he's adorable. Charles Lester, a lawyer..."
Alicia: "Hey, if you're unhappy with your representation I would be thrilled to..."
Bishop: "Stop. I want you. And I want you to meet with the guy. Okay?"
Alicia: "Fine. I'm sure I'll end up dead, but whatever. You make Colin Sweeney feel like a walk in the park, you really do."