Eli: "If my candidate wins, we'll bring millions of business dollars!"
Hayden: "If Peter wins you'll do that anyway. You've got $250,000 of the capital contribution and 5 percent of the yearly draw. Don't bring numbers to Mr. Numbers, halfwit."
Eli: (Stomps so hard, like a frustrated hobgoblin in a fairytale whose stomps open a hole down into Hell. Falls into the hole.)
Hayden: "Meanwhile, Diane, look at this piece of paper. It says you and Will are stupid idiots."
Diane: "I'm not sure that it does, but your 'tude is already pissing me off and we're like eight minutes into the episode. If David Lee comes in here yelling next, I swear to God I will lose my shit and take all of you down with me."
Hayden: "Whatever. I have to go make out with Cary now."
He runs out of the room and makes out with Cary for a little bit. Diane thinks about that:
White Entitled Guy + White Entitled Guy = ???
Judge Kuhn: "Amanda Peet! Attention!"
Capt. Hellinger: "Sir!"
Kuhn: "This is Alicia Florrick. She's wonderful."
Hellinger: "I don't need a lawyer, I am a lawyer. I'm doing this pro se, which means what you think it means."
Kuhn: "Yeah okay, but this is civil court. Regular people court. She's just regular. I'm doing what I can within the strictures of military law. Don't discount that. Think of me as Robin Williams in Aladdin: Phenomenal cosmic powers, itty-bitty living space."
Hellinger: "I don't have time to argue with a genie. I have to present a brief in two hours..."
Kuhn: "Let her read it, please."
Alicia: "I don't want to intrude..."
Kuhn: "Hellinger, ask her to read your motion."
(Even if she weren't the Queen of JAG or whatever she is, you know you would do whatever the hell she told you to do without even raising her voice, because the lady is more in charge than anybody you have ever seen, and plus even without her gravitas you still know she's probably working sixteen angles you don't even know about, so just do it already.)
Hellinger: "...I mean it's just a motion to compel the production of a witness, it's not anything special..."
Alicia, reading: "I can see that. And now that I'm in the position of providing you with comfort while I firmly deal with your problems, you will see me at my absolute best. Now, while I was calming you down I have finished reading and assessing your motion. I must say it's well-reasoned..."