Alicia: "Jimal, I'm sorry I wasn't here before this went down, but trust me, you have friends in very high places. Very sexy, very rich benefactors. So are you cool?"
Jimal: "I'm cool mostly, except I didn't do any of these things. It's embarrassing. I'm not the rioting sort."
Alicia: "Cary is trying to get you to accept a higher plea, by setting the bar at bogus hate crime to scare you. The Judge is already on your side with that, though, so we should be fine unless even this is just another level to Cary Inception-level games-within-games and actually this is about getting you to set yourself up for another crime entirely."
Jimal: "Mostly I'm just embarrassed. Also, I was not at the rally."
Alicia: "Cary, you hot little shit. What is really going on? Because Jimal wasn't even at the riot."
Cary: "Oh, really? What a mixup!"
Alicia: "...You are totally trying to get him to say that he killed that boy across campus!"
Cary: "Actually we have a witness that says Jimal started the riot."
Alicia: "A white one?"
Cary: "That feels racist when you say that."
Alicia: "No, cross-racial identification. Like remember how Kalinda can't tell white people apart? It comes up constantly on this show? Like that."
Cary: "Ah yes. Kalinda can't tell white people apart, I remember that now. Boy was she steamed when she found that out about herself. Okay, six months and a year of probation."
Alicia: "For which of the three crimes he did not do are you offering this? Get lost. Also, tell my so-called husband to stop pandering to the Jewry with this anti-Muslim crap."
Cary: "See, that definitely sounded racist."
Alicia: "This episode has a heightened racial tension. Eventually everything will sound and feel racist. Even just some poor autistic girl doing a dance."
Peter: "It's a titular New Day and we are going to run a clean office. Not like Childs with those creepy investigators running around doing cynical shit all the time, just because of how the world is hard and not all wives are good. No. We will be clean, ethical, honest and strong. We have smaller budgets, but clearer eyes and fuller hearts. We will not bow to the red tape of bureaucracy or business-as-usual plea bargaining, no. In this New Day, we will endlessly complicate matters by refusing to plead. It will run the defense attorneys into the ground, until they are hares startling at every shadow. It will cost the State bajillions of dollars in unnecessary fees and wages, but so be it. You have to spend money for no reason to make money for no reason, and I have a governorship to not think about. Now let's get out there and refuse to work within the system we ourselves administrate. Who's with me?"