Eli: "Are you the investigator? Do you have a minute?"
Kalinda: "Do you want me to have a minute?"
Unearthly Choir: "..."
Kalinda: "So there's a scandal of some kind, but you don't know who or what it is? And how does this work, when I investigate for you? You're one of my bosses now?"
Eli: "I think so? You probably invoice in some way?"
Five seconds later...
Kalinda: "Okay, so what's really going on is that you want me to find out the shit so that you can use it to force him to hire you. You don't even care about the bakeoff."
Eli: "...Are you like my lost twin sister? Can you see inside my brain? Was that an unearthly choir? Am I in the Death Zone? Are we in love? What is happening?"
Kalinda: "Just breathe. This happens sometimes when people meet me."
Peter: "Sorry to keep you waiting while I was on the phone right here in front of you!"
Diane: "Yeah, I bet you get a lot more phone calls now that you're not in prison."
Peter: "Good one. Good burn, Diane. Hey, I invited Cary to this meeting just to fuck with you. He tells us all your secrets."
Diane & Cary: Secretly miss each other. Secretly hate each other. Secretly agree that Peter is kind of a douche.
Peter: "So yeah, we've narrowed down the Chicago firms to three, including you."
Cary: "Civil cases, like County Hospital, Police, SA's office. We think you're creepy enough to handle those cases and keep people from getting money out of our corruption."
Diane: "I am so much creepier than you think."
Cary: "Well, but it's still a thing because..."
Diane: "Chinese Wall! Chinese Wall! I have established a Chinese Wall between Eli and Alicia's work, and anything have to do with the SA."
Peter: "I don't care about public image, it's not about that."
Cary: "It's about Bond's drug dealer, Lemond Bishop."
Diane: "Holy shit, still? Look, even when we were super-creepy we still only handled his shell companies and money-laundering and other pretend legit businesses."
Peter & Cary: "It's not that we don't trust you on that -- you'd have to be idiots or criminals to do otherwise -- but it's just that we want to squeeze you firmly by the nuts. Don't think we're being more patronizing than we are, which is still plenty."