Alicia: "Well, they had a black deaf woman in a wheelchair."
Nick: "Also they paid off the entire corrupt government, though. Right?"
Alicia: "So did you, broheim."
Nick: "Stop persecuting me!"
Will: "Oh no, Judge Kuhn! Please don't hit me. Why are you here?"
Kuhn: "To courtmartial you. Just kidding! I dropped by to see Alicia."
Will: "But so why are you still sitting around here? You're the best! You're weaponized Diane Lockhart!"
Kuhn: "I am content to wait. You'll never see me coming, if I ever do get mad."
Will: "Come right the hell with me, Your Honor. And keep your hands where I can see them. You scare the shit out of me."
Mandy Post: "Are you Maddie Hayward, the very busy businesswoman?"
Maddie Hayward: "Obviously. And who the hell are you?"
Mandy Post: "Mandy Post, former plucky muckraker for Synth magazine, now desperate muckraker for my life. Care to hear any of my horrible made-up theories about Peter Florrick?"
Maddie Hayward: "Make it quick, I'm very busy."
Alicia: "I'm so sorry I was distracted by that tiny man, Judge Kuhn. Ordinarily I would be up your sweater so fast because you're what I want to be when I grow up, but that particular tiny man has threatened my family and is married to my best friend and soulmate, so it's dicey. No worries, though, we lied to him about all kinds of things."
Judge Kuhn: "Tell Will Gardner to leave, Mrs. Florrick. This is lady business."
Will: "Um, if anybody needs me I will be sprinting away from this building with sweat flying off me like a Japanese cartoon."
The facts are these: While running a judicial panel on the mainstreaming of gender in the military, Kuhn came across a JAG Corps attorney who was assaulted least year on base in Afghanistan. You can't sue the military when you are military, so the case was deemed insufficient for criminal prosecution, but the kicker is that the guy in question was a private security contractor. So even though it's kind of bogus that she can't bring criminal charges anyway, the next course of action is to bring a civil suit against his employer, Martinel Security. What we don't know yet is that the guy (Brian Jacob Smith, an actor I adore) is also a reservist, which makes it even more poignant to me and I'll tell you why.